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A bizarre murder case catches Bill Doyle’s eye

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I’ve never seen a story quite like this. In Louisiana, the host of a television show was shot and killed by his son-in-law.That’s not the strange part. It’s being revealed that the host and his son-in-law were gay lovers and that the son-in-law only married the host’s daughter so he could stay in the US legally. Furthermore, the host was accused of child molestation three times in the UK before he moved to America (he was cleared of one charge, but the other two are still under investigation).

The host ran a performing arts school in England and the son-in-law had been a student there. After shooting his father-in law/lover, the son in law tried to commit suicide by shooting himself, but failed and is on life support.

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