Starting in February 2005, New Times staff writer Paul Rubin got unprecedented access to the Phoenix Police Department's C-32 homicide squad, whose members include veteran Detectives Jack Ballentine and Alex Femenia. Over 11 months, Rubin stood alongside the murder cops at 20 crime scenes. He saw a lot of dead bodies, and he observed the detectives break down a host of suspects back at police headquarters. He was also present for witness interviews and autopsies -- literally every aspect of C32's investigations. The result is a series of stories on homicides in Phoenix.
They didn't even look.
Travis always ha d his door open. Just because u live near a moron community , does not mean you are safe!!! (Obviously) Jodi didn't kill Travis.
Eleven, home invasion, shooting, robberies, in, Mesa, since, Jodi Arias, was fraudulently, charged, while, she was locked up, and, couldn't have done them, either... How many forensics, clues, made it, likely, that, Travis Alexanders' killer, was, still, out there...??? Edgar...
@madelinemindy You are joking right? This is your idea of sarcasm truly.