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Top 19 most wanted Denver murder suspects

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The Denver Police Department has compiled a list of its nineteen top murder suspects, all of whom remain at large at this writing. The crimes go back to 1980, and anti-immigration types will no doubt notice that the vast majority of them are Hispanic, with at least one suspected of having fled to Mexico. The most recent? Hector Santiago Godoy, who topped the 2010 roster of Denver's fifty most wanted criminals. Look below and page down to see the nineteen fugitives, complete with details of their alleged slayings. Page down to see more of the top nineteen most wanted Denver murder suspects. Page down to see more of the top nineteen most wanted Denver murder suspects. Page down to see more of the top nineteen most wanted Denver murder suspects. Page down to see more of the top nineteen most wanted Denver murder suspects.

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