amazing story that this case is finally coming to trial after the cold case was allegedly solved with DNA evidence. To get a better idea of why this is so rare, check out the excellent PBS series "Post Mortem: Death Investigation in America."The lighting and selective focus make this a stunning portrait. It's a pretty
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In a Jan. 20, 2011 photo, Tommie Cray smokes a cigarette in his studio apartment in Rochester, N.Y. After a 38-year hiatus, twice-convicted sexual predator Willie James Kimble, 78, is headed to trial on March 3 on charges of bludgeoning to death Cray's stepmother at her home on Oct. 29, 1972 the week before Richard Nixon was re-elected president. Her death would be one of the nation's oldest cold-case murders to be solved by DNA.