UNSOLVED HOMICIDE: RASHAWN BRAZELL

When a Brooklyn teen disappears without a trace, a nightmarish discovery in a subway tunnel turns a missing person’s report into a homicide investigation in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Sources mentioned during this episode:

New York State Unified Court System (Database)

Suspect in 2005 Cold-Case Killing of Dismembered Brooklyn Teen Linked to 2nd Teen Slaying (PIX11)

Rashawn Brazell’s Accused Killer Claims Alibi (Gay City News)

Chopping Up a Body Takes a Special Kind of Depravity (SFGate)

Experts Reveal Psychology of Killers Who Dismember Victims (The Nation | Thailand)

Snakes, a Life of Crime and Eventually Two Murder Charges (New York Times)

A Mother’s Fight for Finding Her Son’s Killers (Brooklyn Ink)

Cold Cases with Dismemberment Re-Examined for Possible Link to Suspected NYC Killer (abc7NY)

Cold Case Closed: Justice for Rashawn Brazell | Going in with Brian Vines (video)

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