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Resource ID: #15004
Subject: Crime
Source: Houston Press
Date: 1998-10-22



In the 1970s, Walter Waldhauser, Jr. was involved in four insurance and inheritance-related murders for hire. After serving less than a third of his time, Waldhauser was paroled and is now the president of a viatical company which buys the life insurance policy of terminally ill patients - for pennies on the dollar - and pockets the money when they die.

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