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The State v. Elick Murdoch - Part 17: The Murder Motion
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51:03 - 53:26 (02:22)

In this episode, the hosts scrutinize the murder motion, discuss the defense's motive behind confusing the public and explain how Dick and Jim's conclusion differs from that of the expert investigators.

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