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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Chattanooga Police
Autopsies have helped identify 63-year-old twin brothers who were found dead last weekend in their Chattanooga home. But the medical examiner still hasn't been able to resolve the mystery of what happened to the brothers and how their bodies could have remained in the home for about three years without anyone noticing.
New three-dimensional technology will soon allow Chattanooga police to take jurors on a visual trip past the yellow crime scene tape, to the scene of a fatal shooting.