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Behind every crime, there's a story and the truth matters. ABC4's Senior Crime and Punishment Correspondent Marcos Ortiz takes you inside the investigation with The Justice Files.

Behind every crime, there's a story and the truth matters. ABC4's Senior Crime and Punishment Correspondent Marcos Ortiz takes you inside the investigation with The Justice Files.
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United States

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Behind every crime, there's a story and the truth matters. ABC4's Senior Crime and Punishment Correspondent Marcos Ortiz takes you inside the investigation with The Justice Files.

Twitter:

@abc4utah

Language:

English

Contact:

801-975-4402


Episodes

The Justice Files: D.B. Cooper, The Real McCoy

5/29/2019
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In 1971 D.B. Cooper became a legend after hijacking a plane in the northwest. He threatened to blow up the plane and demanded $200,000. D.B. Cooper parachuted out of the plane with the money and was never seen or heard from again. It happened again six months later this time here in Utah.

Duration:00:16:47

The Justice Files: What Happened to Rosie Tapia?

4/9/2019
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More than two decades ago, little Rosie Tapia was kidnapped from her Salt Lake City bedroom on August 13th, 1995. Her lifeless body was found in a canal off the Jordan River after she was sexually assaulted and murdered. ABC4's Marcos Ortiz was the first journalist to arrive on scene and it's a cold case that has left family and investigators baffled.

Duration:00:26:23

The Justice Files: Utah's First Serial Killers

2/19/2019
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Back in 1966 Utah had its share of murders, just like today. But the Lance and Kelbach murderous crime spree was different. Rarely had police seen a team of serial killers. ABC4 News' Senior Crime and Punishment Correspondent Marcos Ortiz takes us back in time to when two cold-blooded killers terrorized the Salt Lake Valley.

Duration:00:33:05

The Justice Files: To Catch A Killer

2/1/2019
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It was a murder that shocked the community of Richfield. In 2014, Ed Callison pleaded guilty to murdering his wife and dismembering and burning her body. It was a ghastly crime and when Callison was sentenced, the judge called him “evil, pure evil.” ABC4’s Senior Crime and Punishment Correspondent Marcos Ortiz is here with more on “To Catch a Killer.”

Duration:00:38:48