A piece of cigarette settled in America 52 year old homicide, learn how to reveal
Can you imagine that even a piece of cigarette can reveal the identity of the killer and that too after 52 years?…Probably not, but it has come true in America। A small piece of cigarette in the US ( Tote ) has settled the murder of the massacre that took place 52 years ago.
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New Delhi: Can you imagine that even a piece of cigarette can reveal the identity of the killer and that too after 52 years?…Probably not, but it has come true in America। A small piece of cigarette in the US ( Tote ) has settled the murder of the massacre that took place 52 years ago। This Investigation Theory of the Washington Police has now become a topic of discussion for the whole world। Till now this massacre remained the most mysterious in America। After such a long time, no one had even dreamed that this murder of murder could ever be solved। Actually the killer was so vicious that he had not left any good for the Washington police। Magar investigators, along with a small piece of cigarette, invoked the killer’s girban। Since the resolution of this case, Washington police have been applauding all over the world। Let us also tell you what the whole matter was ?
24-year-old teacher was murdered for 52 years, Abuzh Riddle
About 52 years ago in the US, a 24-year-old teacher at the Vermont School was murdered by an unknown person। The Magar murderer had left no sound। Even after examining it for many years, the police did not feel any clue। With the support of a piece of cigarette lying near the body of the Magar teacher, when the police started the investigation, the path to reach the killer opened। This cigarette piece was recovered from the teacher’s apartment, which helped investigators reach the neighbor living in the upstairs flat in the same house। Investigators said the neighbor strangled the teacher after a quarrel with his wife। By the time the Magar police reached the killer, he had died several years before this.
Cigarette tote police conducted DNA investigation
DNA investigation of cigarette tote recovered by Burlington police led investigators to the killers। Investigating officials claim that a teacher named Rira Curran was murdered on a night of July in 1971 during a 70-minute period। The suspect, identified as William DeRussia, left his apartment that night for a “cool down walk। He was 31 at the time। After walking, he warned his wife for two weeks not to say that he had gone out that night।
After Curran’s death, DeRussia moved to Thailand and became a monk, but later returned to the US again। Police said that Diruss died in 1986 in San Francisco due to excessive drug abuse। Police say Curran protested fiercely before he died, but was strangled। The murder shook Burlington। The only significant evidence in this case was a cigarette spate, which was found near Curran’s body.