January 19, 2014

Georgetown's Bizarre German Murder Case

Ansgar Graw, Worldcrunch

Wikipedia

A Washington D.C. jury has convicted a 49-year-old German man of killing his 91-year-old wife in their home in the capital's posh Georgetown neighborhood.

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TAGGED: Albrecht Gero Muth, Germany, United States, Washington, DC, Georgetown

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