I. Ah Killer approached his first victim as the unsuspecting man exited a barber shop at the corner of One-Foot and Inagrave. He fired two shots, both to the head.Twenty minutes later, Mr. Killer gunned down Mabel Jenkins the moment she…
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Ah, San Francisco, the City by the Bay. The Golden Gate City. Or simply, "The City" to many locals. It's where a beautiful but extremely dense fog rolls in to make the entire Golden Gate Bridge disappear within a matter of seconds.It's where…
Imagine that you, the police detective, have just arrived at the scene of a murder. Patrol officers, after their hurried, blue-light-and-wailing-siren response, immediately secured the area and have ten potential suspects standing…
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