January 1996
Forensic Examiner;Jan/Feb1996, Vol. 5 Issue 1/2, p10
Academic Journal
This section offers world news briefs related to forensic science in January 1996. A woman accused of killing her boyfriend and stowing the body in a freezer plans to argue that her behavior was influenced by her undiagnosed diabetes in Queensbury, New York. A lawsuit was filed by former police officers in Kansas City claiming that they did not steal ice cream because they were allowed to take the treats during a trade show. A woman was convicted of killing her pregnant lodger, her stepdaughter and her teenage daughter in Winchester, England.


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