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Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.

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Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.
VOD available
Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.
VOD available
Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.
VOD available
Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.
VOD available
Lt. Joe Kenda recounts unsolved cases, his timeless dedication to working on them; and reflects on imparting wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.
VOD available
Lt. Joe Kenda reveals the only way to stop being haunted by a case.
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A juror finds out the hard way that real homicide investigations aren't the same as what people see on TV.
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Lt. Joe Kenda recounts the case that brought his wife to tears and led to his retirement.
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An ordinary family excursion leaves Lt. Kenda with a revelation that would forever shape how he sees the world.
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Lt. Joe Kenda recalls his unsolved cases and his dedication to working all cases no matter how long they take to solve; he also looks back at a time when he needed to impart wisdom to a rookie about how all victims and all leads matter.

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