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Through the testimonies of experts, close relatives of the victims and witnesses, difficult crimes are solved by the experts.

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The story of who murdered new accountant Jean-Raymond Blatti.
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The young Mathilde Croguennec is found dead at the foot of a tree during a Teknival in Brittany.
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An in-depth look at the investigation into Priscillia Ciatti's murder.
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The investigation into Adeline Piet's disappearance spans several years.
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Christophe Lejard was found dead by his son.
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Willy Pomonti, a retired architect, is found savagely murdered in his opulent villa in La Celle-Saint-Cloud, near Paris.
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An in-depth look at the investigation into Audrey Jouannet's murder.
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The bodies of two widows are a luxurious property in Vevey, Switzerland.
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The body of man is found bound in a suitcase that was floating in the bay of Lorient.
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Valerie Bary is found stabbed to death in a bath tub by her husband.
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Marie-Jeanne Meyer goes for her daily jog and three days later her mutilates body is found.
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A mother and daughter found tortured then burned in their house near Aix-en-Provence.
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Stéphane Kameugne's body was fished out from a canal in Châlons-en-Champagne two weeks after he went missing.
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Jennifer Charron's body was found burnt in the forest of Royan, after being reported missing.
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Belgian politician Bernard Ouessfal's wife is found on the bathroom floor with a mysterious bag next to her.
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John Szablewski reported to police that his partner, Laurence Maile, had disappeared.
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On the night of July 16, 2000 Richard Alessandri's life changed forever.
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June 2nd, 2005, Nelly Crémel, 39, leaves her home to go jogging... never to return. Eight days later, after a vast search campaign, her body is found. There's no doubt that it's murder. The case soon ignites public opinion, even inflaming passions at the highest level of the state.
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October 9th, 2001, After an ordinary dinner, Pierre and Gabrielle Labrell suffer severe abdominal pains. Taken to hospital, the couple die several days apart, after awful suffering. The food poisoning theory is quickly ruled out and forensic tests show the Labrells were poisoned with arsenic.
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On July 15, 2010, Sylvain Dromard finds the body of his wife Laurence lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen. The crime was particularly violent and the theory of a burglary that went wrong is soon excluded. But investigators don't understand who could want the adorable hairdresser dead.
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Dr. Jean-Louis Muller calls police in Strasbourg to report that his wife Brigitte has committed suicide with his gun in the basement of their home; initial theories support the suicide theory.

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