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Watch enough crime shows and it doesn’t take long to figure out the steps a killer will take to get away with murder.

They stage the crime scene, they ditch the murder weapon, they fabricate an alibi, and at all costs, make sure to keep their mouths shut until the day they die.

But in the case you’re about to hear the killer takes things a step further by actually manipulating information in the case file. Even making evidence disappear. All while hiding in plain sight for more than two decades.

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