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Friday, August 27, 2010

Could a Texas death row inmate be responsible for unsolved Missouri murders?

Numerous theories surround the 25-year-old unsolved murders of Ena Cordt and her son Rory of Forsyth, Mo.

One those theories includes that Tommy Lynn Sells, a man on death row in Texas, committed the murders as a plot to silence someone who posed a threat.

The Missouri Highway Patrol, however, does not believe his confession is true. But a Texas Ranger does.

Hat tip to Kathee

| Bob Cronkleton

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