Unusual Suspects Premiered ‘Maritime Murder’ on Investigation Discovery: NCIS Cold Case Squad Investigates the 1982 Homicide of Navy Lt. Lee Hartley (December 10, 2012)

In 1982, a naval officer dies from a mysterious illness. When toxicology reports reveal he was poisoned, Naval investigators sift through a ship of thousands, and countless theories before the truth behind the victim’s painful death is revealed. -Maritime Murder, Unusual Suspects (S4,E13)

Editor’s Note: Unusual Suspects (Season 4) is no longer available on Investigation Discovery website, ID Go, YouTube, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video. This post was included for historical purposes and this episode was purchased via Amazon before it became unavailable.

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