DNA cracks case of two women brutally murdered in Mississippi. WHO’S NEXT?
Newly-developed DNA technology has helped solve two Mississippi murders that were unsolvable for nearly three decades. Investigators had few leads in the Labor Day murders of two elderly women in Starkville, Mississippi. But now Michael DeVaughn, 51, is jailed on capital murder and sexual battery charges in connection with the 1990 murders of Betty Jones, 65, and Katherine Crigler, 81. Nancy Grace looks at the case with experts including Dr. Michelle Dupre, a South Carolina medical examiner, North Carolina family lawyer Kathleen Murphy, DNA expert George Schiro, and reporter Robyn Walensky.