http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/07/09/loc_unsolved09.html Relatives of victims of unsolved homicides in Cincinnati have been promised a witness protection program aimed at getting fearful witnesses to testify. The Cincinnati Enquirer says that Hamilton County Commissioner Phil Heimlich vowed to help start the program. The city has 90 unsolved homicides over the last four years. "And in many cases, police say, people have evidence and are afraid to come forward," Heimlich said. He said that in the program, a fearful witness would . . .
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