In this Oct. 17, 2012 photo, Jody Robinson, the younger sister of James Cotaling, who was murdered in 1990, talks about him at her home in Davisburg, Mich. When the phone rang on Mother's Day morning 1990, it awakened the 17-year-old Jody. Downstairs in her family's lakeside house she could heard her mother on the line with her brother's girlfriend, talking about a "missing persons report" and urging the younger woman to just calm down. Police searched for three days before finding his body inside an abandoned house. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
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