Episode: The Death of Lester Garnier - w/cohost 'Deputy X'


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The Death of Lester Garnier - w/cohost 'Deputy X'
July 10, 1988, San Francisco vice cop Lester Garnier was shot to death execution style in his car. His father later told police his son left abruptly after receiving two phone calls - at least one of them from a woman. They believed Garnier had been set up and killed by someone he trusted, possibly a rogue cop, or someone who worked with him in the Vice unit.

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