KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A murder case has been closed, the house where it occurred has been razed and a murderer has been sentenced. Yet a shadow continuously seems to be cast on a Kansas City family.
Since 1985, members of the Merrigan family have forced themselves to attend every parole hearing for Benedict “Benny” Kemper, a man who killed four members of their family 40 years ago in Conception, Mo.
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