52 min

Case Review: Amy Jo Nelson Culpable

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For most of her life Amy Jo Nelson fought through health complications, which resulted in numerous treatments and medications. When the 39-year-old was found dead in a stranger's apartment, many believed she may have died of a drug overdose. But her family immediately suspected foul play, having witnessed some strange events leading up to her demise. They'd receive some affirmation when the autopsy report listed her death as a homicide. The question remains, who's responsible for her death?

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For most of her life Amy Jo Nelson fought through health complications, which resulted in numerous treatments and medications. When the 39-year-old was found dead in a stranger's apartment, many believed she may have died of a drug overdose. But her family immediately suspected foul play, having witnessed some strange events leading up to her demise. They'd receive some affirmation when the autopsy report listed her death as a homicide. The question remains, who's responsible for her death?

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52 min

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