Victim: James Weston
brown eyes brown hair (down to shoulders)
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Ruth Waters & Jevonte Hinds
Due: December 4th, 2014
On the night of April 10th, at around 1 am, James Weston was brutally murdered in his dorm
with his own roommates scissors. From evidence and eyewitnesses reports
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1000J = 1 kJ
1000cal = 1kcal
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Date: march 24,2016
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Bones—An Overview 57
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