This Murder Has Been Censored; Crime on My Hands! last edited by pikahyper on 02/25/19 01:19PM View full history

“THIS MURDER HAS BEEN CENSORED.” At a resort, Batman investigates the murder of a man with a “Censored” stamp on his forehead.

Batman stars in "This Murder has been Censored!" Bruce Wayne is relaxing in a holiday resort, when a man falls to his death from the roof of a nearby building. Narrowing the suspects down to four, Batman sees someone fleeing the crime scene, but when that man is revealed to be the local doctor, Batman is convinced that he is not the killer. Other suspects include the murdered man's business partner and the woman who was his secretary. But when the latter is found murdered, the spotlight falls on the business partner. Turns out he had been defrauding the company and his partner had discovered what he was up to so he had to be silenced. Same for the secretary.

Jason Bard stars in "Crime on My Hands!" When a speeding car throws out one of his clients - dead at his feet - Jason Bard has to investigate why. Following the trail to a local bar where he often met the client, seems his man was the victim of a "hit" because he knew too much about the crooked goings on there and the landlord thought he was spilling the beans to Bard. Needless to say Bard brings the Landlord to book for his crimes.

Note: Letter to the editor from Bob Rozakis from Elmont, New York.

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