Miami police discovered a storage container that held evidence for homicides, unclassified deaths and suicides was waterlogged and rusted.
Miami police discovered a storage container that held evidence for homicides, unclassified deaths and suicides was waterlogged and rusted. Courtesy of Miami Police Department
Miami police discovered a storage container that held evidence for homicides, unclassified deaths and suicides was waterlogged and rusted. Courtesy of Miami Police Department

Evidence from hundreds of unsolved deaths and murders could be tainted by rot, rats

October 28, 2016 05:38 PM

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