In November 2010, a horrific murder took place in Tallahassee, Florida, at the home of a single mom and her three children. Prosecutors contend that one of the children’s fathers is the killer, but at his trial, his defense blames someone else - the Mexican cartel. Was the murder of Brandi Peters and her three children a crime of passion, or a cartel hit?
In Part 2, I examine the Defense’s case. Would the jury vote to acquit or convict Henry Segura?
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