http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/02/16/48hours/main1322783.shtml I just read about this case for the first time, and it is a doozy. It kind of reminds me of the WM3 case. 2:15AM Halloween of 2001, sports editor Kent Heitholt was killed in the parking lot of the newspaper where he worked. January 2004, police got a tip that Chuck Erickson, a high school junior at the time of the killing, told friends he had a dream that he did it, along with his friend Ryan Ferguson. When police first interviewed him, he was hazy on the details. But as they led him through the story, again and again, he altered his version to fit their facts. Ryan was brought in, and denied everything. Today, they are both in prison; Chuck serving 25 years he was given in a plea deal; Ryan, convicted at trial, and sentenced to 40 years. But even Kent's colleagues weren't convinced by the evidence, and with physical evidence that just doesn't fit, I'm not either. Here's a link with lots of other articles. I'd love to know what you guys think. http://www.showmenews.com/Heitholt/index.asp I think this one is juicy enough and complicated enough to get its own section!!