- n. Plural form of murder.
“Breaking News: Chris Coleman finds Sherri Coleman and their 2 children in their Columbia, IL Update: Memphis murders * Jessie Dotson, brother of one of the victims, arrested for the murders*”
“Update: Memphis murders * Jessie Dotson, brother of one of the victims, arrested for the murders*”
“Pervert Alley: M.lvin Hall Jr., former M.B player, convicted of child sex assault Pervert Alley: Julie M. Carr accused of sexually assaulting her child live on the Internet Donnah Winger and Roger Harrington murders 8/29/1995 Springfield, IL * Husband M.rk Winger convicted and sentenced to LWOP for both murders*”
“If 400 murders is a drop in the bucket, the words "Houston, we've got a problem" come to mind. esperanza”
“The only increase in murders — 5.3% — occurred in cities with 25,000 to 50,000 people.”
“The largest decrease in murders — 7.5% — took place in cities of half a million to a million in population.”
“And just in case someone misunderstands, investigating murders is a full-contact sport.”
“But the two characters with the most artistic integrity --- or who seem to have the most --- the writer Griffin murders and the British director who pitches the movie that saves Griffin's career are each in their way fakes.”
“The solving of murders is falling greatly in this country; from a "solved" rate of over 80 percent during the 1960s to about 50 percent today.”
“Just as I would hold a Communist accountable for looking the other way while Stalin murders millions of people.”
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