By Gary C. King, Sheila Johnson
Attractive, cherished university sophomore Brianna Denison was once domestic for the vacations in Reno, Nevada. After a protracted evening out, she crashed on a friend's sofa. it'd be the final time the kid psychology significant used to be visible alive. Her strangled physique was once present in a box approximately a month later.
But Brianna used to be now not the 1st sufferer of a assassin with a irritating fetish, and the persistence to go looking for his favourite prey—petite, weak brunettes. In unflinching aspect Gary C. King recounts the quest for James Biela, an ex-Marine grew to become rapist and killer. The research might lead specialists to a maze of stricken relationships, the most important DNA facts, and eventually a dying sentence—bringing this surprising true-life mystery to a chilling finish. . .
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When I compared the dates with Ahmet’s own medical claim, I noted that on several dates that he had reported to his doctor that he was still unfit to resume duties, he had in fact done consulting Indisputable Evidence 17 for personal injury solicitors. I began to calculate the fees he had charged for each of his reports. I diligently entered the fees into a spreadsheet and found they totaled $342,511. Another shock followed soon. The search picked up all of Auswide’s documents with the name Ahmet, and while sorting through them, I found an email and service contract dated four months earlier.
I next asked Salem to send me all the Saffori invoices that were submitted by Riyadh’s entire workforce. The only invoices Salem found matching that description were from an IT employee named Sharif Ibrahim; he had submitted seven Saffori invoices in the past six months. At that point, I thought Sarah and Sharif could both be connected to the allegations. They also clearly insisted on visiting this specific center. Two weeks later I traveled to Saudi Arabia, where I met with Salem to discuss an investigation plan for this case.
Burger was in the back. They stopped at the gas station near the house where Christian filled up the car again. From here they drove to a residential area in a neighboring town where they parked in front of a house, and all three got out of the car and went into the home. Christian emerged alone a few minutes later. We followed him to a business complex in Edenglen, a town about ten miles away, and saw him go into an office carrying a stack of paperwork. Approximately three hours later he left and drove back to the residential area, where he picked up the Burgers.
Dead of Night by Gary C. King, Sheila Johnson