As police searched the crime scene in Martha Byrd’s bedroom, one of the first things they noticed was a handwritten note left on her body.

Byrd, 77, was found stabbed and strangled in her southeast Washington home on Sept. 4, 2004. The note, written in pencil, read: “You souldins [sic] have cheated on me.”

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