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Paper on murder of Broke Wilberger (2004)
Tell me about the facts of the case and then how the investigation was important in the solving of the case and subsequent conviction or acquittal as well as you comments on the case and the investigation.

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Murder of Brooke Wilberger
Brooke Wilberger was a 19 years old college student that was born in Fresno, California. She and her family later in her childhood moved to Oregon where she finished Elmira high school. Brooke enrolled in Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and finished her freshman year quite successfully. Brooke was born in a devoted Mormon family which lived an average American life in Oregon. The abduction of Brooke Wilberger happened in the early morning of May 24, 2004. In the time she was abducted, she was visiting one of her sisters in Corvallis, Oregon, while her boyfriend was on a Later Day Saints Church mission in Venezuela.
The summer break that Brooke wanted to spend with her sister helping her with her business in Corvallis ended tragically. Brooke’s sister and her husband managed Oak Park Apartments near the student campus of the Oregon State University, and Brooke came to help out her sister. Broke was last seen on May 24, 2004 cleaning light posts on the parking of Oak Park Apartments....

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