After being fired from a residency program at Creighton University School of Medicine, Dr. Anthony Garcia is convicted of murdering 4 innocent victims in a twisted plot of vengeance
DAY IN COURT “We found cryptic notes in his home about other possible crimes,” says Det. Derek Mois of Garcia (in court in September). “He wasn’t done.”

The murders were as baffling as they were brutal. Sometime after 3:30 on the afternoon of March 13, 2008, someone had entered the Omaha home of prominent Creighton University physician William Hunter and savagely stabbed to death his youngest son, Thomas, 11, along with the family’s housekeeper Shirlee Sherman, 57. “It was strange,” recalls Omaha police department homicide detective Derek Mois. “There was nothing gone from the house. It wasn’t ransacked. There didn’t appear to be a motive.” As time passed with no new evidence appearing, the case eventually went cold. Then five years later, on May 14, 2013, police discovered the bodies of Dr. Roger Brumback and

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