Why Hasn’t This Case Been Reopened? The Death of Tommy Burkett

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This wild case centers around Tommy Burkett, a student at Marymount College. No one truly knows what happened, but Tommy was found dead during the Thanksgiving weekend of 1991. As is often the case with these disputes, the police ruled his death a suicide, and Tommy’s family believed that he was murdered. This case involves murder, coverup…




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