On June 22, 1978, Melvin Lorenz, his wife Linda, and son Richard were killed near Purcell, Oklahoma. Twenty-four days later, on July 16, six employees of a Sirloin Stockade Restaurant in southwest Oklahoma City were herded into a freezer and shot to death. Hundreds of law-enforcement members worked for eight months to track down the killers. In October and November 1979, Roger Dale Stafford was convicted of first-degree murder of nine people. However, he was not executed until 1995. This murder story coming from the heart of Oklahoma deserves to be told. It includes the behind-the-scenes perspective of law-enforcement officers involved.
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|Size: ||592 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781684296118 (DRM-EPUB)|
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