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The Supreme Court of Mississippi reversed a change of venue in a defamation case brought by a woman who was featured in a true crime documentary on the Oxygen network. The program identified the woman as a suspect in her husband’s death, which had been ruled a suicide in 1975.

JACKSON, Miss. – The Supreme Court of Mississippi reversed a change of venue in a defamation case brought by a woman who was featured in a true crime documentary on the Oxygen network. The program identified the woman as a suspect in her husband’s death, which had been ruled a suicide in 1975.

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