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Real Life Crim Law Hypo: Texas Dies from 35 Year Old Bullet Wound, Ruled Homicide

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Who’d have thunk it… well, besides a law professor…

A man shot in the back 35 years ago has died of complications from the shooting and his death has been ruled a homicide — but prosecutors fear the trail for the suspect has long ago gone cold. So far, police and prosecutors said they have been unable to find out who shot Craig Buford in the back in Denver in 1973. It was a time before records could be filed on computers. Lynn Kimbrough, a spokeswoman with the Denver District Attorney’s Office, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that her office might file charges if evidence and witnesses can be found.

Houston Chronicle: Death of Texan who just died from 1973 bullet wound ruled a homicide (archived)

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