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The death of a man whose body was discovered Sunday near Joaquin, Texas, could have ties to DeSoto Parish ... Home transported the body to the medical examiner’s office in Beaumont, Texas. Call the Shelby County sheriff’s department with ...

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hate-bad-cops: could this have been a inmate from Desoto Parish Detention center that was killed while in custody, arrest records deleted and body dump in Shelby County? Has the DPSO service weapons been compaired to the bullets found in the body?
06 14, 2012 | 17:34
investigator: Its time for a change. There is no room in our country for coruption. That is why we have a death sentence.
06 14, 2012 | 18:53
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