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Ep 95: Murder by Omission, Part II

All Crime No Cattle

All Crime No Cattle

History, True Crime

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 2 April 2022

⏱️ 108 minutes

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In the second part of this two-part case, we rejoin the story as Dr. John Hill goes to trial for the murder of his first wife, Joan Robinson Hill. But another tragic loss of life occurs before John's fate is decided, wrenching this case into a second murder investigation.

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Brown, C. (1976, September 19). Millionaire in the “vengeance killing” riddle says: I’m innocent. San Antonio Express.

Horse Show Arena May Be Finished for A&M Event. (1939, March 30). Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Joan Robinson Hill and Beloved Belinda. (1959, June 29). Sports Illustrated. https://vault.si.com/vault/1959/06/29/joan-robinson-hill-and-beloved-belinda

Killing of Bobby Vandiver by Longview Texas police. (1974, May 14). Corpus Christi Caller-Times.

Oilman Is Cleared In Houston Murder Of His Son‐in‐Law. (1977, October 22). The New York Times.

Physician’s case ends in a mistrial. (1971, February 27). Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Second wife testifies doctor “hated” first wife. (1971, February 26). Corpus Christi Caller Times.

Sizer, M. D. (2000). Murder in Sharpstown Hospital: The Agonizing Death of Joan Robinson Hill. In Texas Justice, Bought and Paid For. Taylor Trade Publications

Thompson, T. (1976). Blood and Money. Doubleday and Company.

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