Today in True Crime History: May 4

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1984 — Vernon County Jane Doe is found near Westby, Wisconsin. Her identity remains unknown. Her hands had been removed, and no progress has been made toward finding out who murdered her.

1997 — Lee Albert Miglin, a business tycoon, is killed by Andrew Cunanan.

1998 — Ted Kaczynski, the “Unabomber,” is sentenced to four life sentences and 30 years.

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