Woman Who Survived Ted Bundy Thanks to Her Haircut Tells Her Story

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This episode of “Justice Rules” tells the story of Sotria Kritsonis, the woman who survived an encounter with Ted Bundy because of her haircut. Plus, a look back on the case of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who committed suicide after being found guilty of murder.

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