"Killer Instinct" told the story of the 2000 murder of 43-year-old car dealer Ralph Gawor in Fresno, CA. It turned out that his wife, Nancy, knew who had killed him, but she didn't come forward. At least, not right away.
It was only after her affair with police officer Paul Hurth ended that she came forward. The affair had been going on for four months when Hurth shot and killed Nancy's husband. After the affair ended, Nancy turned her lover in. His fellow officers were shocked
"You wanna talk about some jaws dropping. It’s a shock," said Office Albert Murrietta. "The entire department says, 'What the heck happened here?’ The whole ballgame changes."
Hurth was the first police officer in Fresno’s history to be charged with murder. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison for manslaughter.
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