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Ten who would not have died

Ten women and children died between the day Jerry Frank Townsend was arrested for murder in 1979, and the day Eddie Lee Mosley was sent to a state hospital for the criminally insane in 1987. Each of these murders was later linked to Mosley by DNA testing or other means. The dead:

12/24/79   Susan Boyton
2/22/80   Arnette Tukes

3/10/80   Cynthia Maxwell
3/25/80   Letha Williams

12/19/83   Geraldine Barfield
12/24/83   Emma Cook

11/26/84   Loretta Brown
12/18/84  Theresa Giles

4/15/85  Shandra Whitehead
2/24/87  Santrail Lowe

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8 responses to “Ten who would not have died”

  1. Dan – Great that your blog is up! Welcome to our world! ANd, thanks for caring…

  2. Wm. F. Hirschman Avatar
    Wm. F. Hirschman

    Stunning. Keep it up.

  3. Talk’s cheap, rollout takes work. Congratulations on a strong, compelling Bulldog launch.

  4. Congratulations Dan, Joe, Julie, Buddy and everyone else involved. It’s a great start to a great idea. Good luck.

  5. Can this really be? Somebody should look into it, but who? A budding new crime author?

  6. Dan; congratulations on your very important and interesting blog. We really need someone like you to report honestly… thankyou

  7. Thanks this was a good read

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