After tabloids offer large monetary rewards for tips leading to an arrest in the murder of Bill Cosby's son Ennis, police close in on an 18-year-old suspect. He was subsequently convicted of the murder based on a tip received by the National Enquirer, though a convicted forger later said that he wrote bogus letters about the murder and sold them to the Enquirer. The murderer confessed anyway and abandoned his effort to have the conviction overturned.
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