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Danger In Dallas: The Murder of Angie Samota

Danger In Dallas: The Murder of Angie Samota


SMU Student Angela Samota Brutally Murdered in Dallas

Murder mysteries are a dime a dozen, but the tale of Angie Samota's demise in '84 was no ordinary whodunit. This Southern Methodist University student's life was tragically cut short during homecoming weekend by a smooth criminal whose illegal glow of violence shattered her world. The luminous lust for justice saw a breakthrough in 2008, pinning the crime on Donald Bess through DNA tech, finally closing the unsettling chapter of a 25-year-old cold case.

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