Affluenza Murder is Nothing New in America — True Crime

The rich and well connected have had a long history of being treated differently, even when a murder has been committed.

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When people hear about Affluenza or the rich and famous skating on charges, they usually add something about how you can’t get justice anymore. As if there was once a time when everyone was held to equal standards. The cold hard truth is cash and

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Lisa Marie Fuqua

Lisa Marie Fuqua

True Crime Writer in Las Vegas. I used to be a Web Developer in the Newsroom, now I spend my time in coffee shops researching murder.

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