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This program is focused on the day that an avowed cop-hater murdered a child and three law enforcement officers , including one state trooper, in Tampa, Florida. Students will learn how the killer’s ability to lie and con the officers helped contribute to their violent deaths. His girlfriend, being interrogated separately, also played detectives with her stream of consciousness ability to lie.
Students will also learn the critical need for law enforcement officers to always beware of the totality of circumstances. In this tragic incident, killer Hank Earl Carr attempted to escape on five different occasions before ultimately escaping his handcuffs and going on his rampage.
Length: 53 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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