The True Crime-Obsessed Philanthropists Paying to Catch Killers
Natalie Ram, a law professor at the University of Maryland, expressed concern about “the public picking and choosing between cases,” saying investigative priorities could be determined by who can donate the most. Ms. Ram said the “largest share” of cases solved so far with the method “tend to involve white female victims.” All it takes is your sibling, aunt or even a distant cousin deciding differently.
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