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Was Levi Karlsen's Death Just an Accident?

Act 1: Police become suspicious of Karl Karlsen after his son Levi Karlsen's death.
07:09 | 10/25/2013

Transcript for Was Levi Karlsen's Death Just an Accident?

Tonight, it's the explosive case about to go to trial, a son crushed under a 5,000 pound pickup truck, the dramatic call to 911, the parents and their cries for help. Was the accident really a... See More
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