Episode: E155: “Muckraker Murdered” Pt. 2 - Walter Liggett


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E155: “Muckraker Murdered” Pt. 2 - Walter Liggett

In 1936, Walter Liggett was shot to death outside his home. His wife Edith is certain she knows who the gunman is, and why he killed him. Despite this, she is skeptical about her own chances of winning the trial. 

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