Today in True Crime History: January 10

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1992 — Melinda Loveless, Laurie Tackett, Hope Rippey, and Toni Lawrence pick up Shanda Sharer from her home. They attack her that day, though she would not pass away until the next day.

1996 — Moreese Bickham is released after more than 37 years in prison for killing a local Klan leader, who was also a sheriff’s deputy, in Mandeville, Louisiana.

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