`He was my hero.'

Chua-Eoan, Howard; Monroe, Sylvester
January 1997
Time International (South Pacific Edition);01/27/97, Issue 4, p15
Focuses on the January l997 murder of Ennis Cosby, son of Bill Cosby. Details of the murder; Status of the investigation; The relationship between Ennis and his family; Ennis' education; Comments of some of Ennis' friends.


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