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Published on Mar 27, 2012
On March 17, 1922, Seattle Police Officer Charles LeGate was found shot to death in a Central District. The scene was arranged to make it look like a suicide, and initially it was ruled one. But evidence shows LeGate was a homicide victim - and the sergeant who found him may have been the one responsible.
In this video for seattlepi.com, Police Captain Neil Low describes the case at the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum.