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Monday, November 30, 2009

Victim's family wants "America's Most Wanted" to profile case

Jeff Rogers was killed at his KCK home back in April 2008, and to this point, nobody has been charged with his murder. So his family, which has contacted the media and gotten billboards highlighting the case, is pushing to get the case profiled on "America's Most Wanted." John Frishman, Rogers' uncle, says they've gotten some initial interest. Nick Sloan at the Kansan has a little more here.

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