Today in True Crime History: June 13

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1966 — Earl Warren issues the statement regarding Miranda vs. Arizona.

1972 — The body of a boy, age 3 to 6, is found in Massey Creek, Virginia. He had been killed within 24 hours when he was found. Fairfax County John Doe remains unidentified.

1977 — The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders occur. The crime, which is still unsolved today, occurred at Camp Scott in Mayes County, Oklahoma. The victims included three young girl scouts between the ages of 8 and 10. The lead suspect was acquitted of the crime.