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This is the seventh episode in a podcast series following the investigation into the unsolved murder of Debbie Sue Williamson. Listen to the first episode.

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With the New Year comes a BIG update: There is now a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Debbie’s killer. No detail is too small. Anyone with information should report it to the Lubbock Police Department’s Crime Line at 806.741.1000. If you wish to remain anonymous, email your tip to Tips@Justice4Debbie.com. Senders’ personal information will be removed before tips are forwarded to Lubbock Police Department.

Listen to this episode to hear an in-depth analysis of Debbie’s autopsy report by a medical professional with more than 20 years of experience. The details revealed in this analysis provide further insight about how Debbie was killed and what that means about the killer.

Williamson Autopsy Sketch
Sketch of Debbie Williamson’s 17 stab wounds based on her autopsy report. Created by and used with permission from J. Bucholtz.

Jen and George continue building a profile of the killer using behavioral analysis. In this episode, they discuss their conversation with a retired FBI profiler and law enforcement veteran about the killer’s actions. Follow the investigation as Jen and George continue zeroing in on the killer.

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Jen and George will be hosting live weekly discussion sessions on CrimeHQ.com about Debbie’s case starting on Tuesday, January 25 at 7pm ET. By registering as a member, you can collaborate directly with Jen and George, learn even more details about the re-investigation into Debbie’s case, and help solve this case!

If you’d like to be a part of the effort and follow along, join the Facebook group dedicated to getting justice for Debbie, Unsolved Murder of Deborah Sue Williamson (Deborah Agnew).

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In this podcast episode, AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz discusses how genetic genealogy databases can help solve cold cases by identifying unknown DNA samples of both criminals and victims. Learn more about the challenges of using this advanced investigative technique and why it’s so important for law enforcement to educate the public about policies and procedures in order to alleviate privacy concerns.