Pointing finger at LAPD

The father of Sherri Rae Rasmussen, the victim of the 1986 murder that the LAPD now says was committed by one of its officers, says he told detectives repeatedly about his suspicions that a cop was involved. Nel Rasmussen will apparently vent about it in a press conference following Tuesday's arraignment of detective Stephanie Lazarus. She was charged Monday with capital murder.

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