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  1. #1
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    ID - John Wilson, 25, & David Cummins, 22, South Hills, 1896

    This was one cold cold case! Amazing
    The case of a notorious 1896 Wild West killing may have been solved after an amateur historian found a bullet fired in the shoot out more than 100 years later - and matched it to the gun of one of the men pardoned for the the crime.

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    Great story! and what an ending!
    Love it

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    Facinating!I love this kind of stuff.

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    Case closed.




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    Amazing story! I bet that amateur historian's pretty happy with himself.
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