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【sv388】Cop's murder 'catfishing' scheme should never have happened, $50M lawsuit says

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Two law enforcement agencies missed a glaring red flag when they hired Austin Lee Edwards in 2022, allowing him to kidnap a teenage girl whom he "catfished," kill three of her family members and burn their house down behind the cloak of a police uniform, according to a $50 million federal lawsuit.

【sv388】Cop's murder 'catfishing' scheme should never have happened, $50M lawsuit says

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