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The Murdoch Murders: The Trial Begins
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1:00:01 - 1:01:25 (01:23)

Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell, and Eric Bland discuss the start of the Murdoch Murders trial, including the stupidity of the criminals and potential ways to commit the perfect crime.

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