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S8 E5: The Trial of Alex Murdaugh: First Responder - Part 3

Season 8, Ep. 5

In First Responder - Part 3, Prosecutor Creighton Waters concludes his direct examination of Sergeant Daniel Greene, one of the first responders to the scene of the Murdaugh double homicide. After Waters finishes, Defense Attorney Dick Harpootlian begins his questioning of the witness.

  

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