The strangeness surrounding Patrick Hsu’s 2001 murder began with the fact that he was killed by an exploding robot dog sent to him by mail.
Then the prime suspect went on the lam, and the government flip-flopped on its decision to seek the execution of an alleged accomplice, David Lin, who now faces a non-capital trial in January.
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