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Millionaire murder suspect caught in Mexico

CBS News Wednesday, 7 August 2019
A millionaire accused of killing his wife is expected in court in California Wednesday after more than four years on the run. Peter Chadwick vanished after he was accused of murder, but was caught in Mexico on Sunday. Prosecutors will ask a judge to deny bail. Tracy Smith reports.
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