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The Project The Warehouse Party Murder Case - A Miscarriage Of Justice?
The Project The Warehouse Party Murder Case - A Miscarriage Of Justice?
You're watching The Project The Warehouse Party Murder Case - A Miscarriage Of Justice? In 2005, Khalid Baker was a champion boxer preparing to compete in the Commonwealth Games - until he was convicted of the murder of a man who fell from a window at a warehouse party. But another man says that he actually last touched the victim.

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The Warehouse Party Murder Case - A Miscarriage Of Justice?

Mon 11 Feb 2019 in 3 months

In 2005, Khalid Baker was a champion boxer preparing to compete in the Commonwealth Games - until he was convicted of the murder of a man who fell from a window at a warehouse party. But another man says that he actually last touched the victim.

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