Today in True Crime History: September 4

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1571 — The Earl of Lennox is murdered.

2005-The Danziger Bridge shootings occur in New Orleans. A police officer had apparently shot and killed two unarmed, innocent civilians and injured four others. Some had been shot in the back. A police coverup followed. Five officers pleaded guilty to charges in 2016.

2013 — A student is killed and three others are wounded during a stabbing attack at a high school in Spring, Texas. The assailant was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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