1922 Seattle cop killing still a mystery
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: More than 90 years ago a local cop was killed in what still remains a mystery. The death of Charles Legate, a cop from the 20′s still is listed as a suicide in documents obtained by Daily News.
In our quest to gain further information on the case, it appears that the office who found Legate dead on the evening of March 17th, 1922 may have actually been the one who killed him. Authorities say they believe concurrent to a new review of the case and further evidence discovered — that their belief is likely a fact.
Capt’n Neil L, a the current chief of police is spearheading a new review of the case which he now says is not that of a suicide, but that of an actual homicide. Evidence obtained suggests that officers who found Legate date on that very night may have been paid to cover up the homicide and instead list it as a suicide.
A further look into the conquest revealed that Police Chief W.B Severyns, was paid to make that very officer (who hasn’t actually been named yet) more than ($800,000 modern day) to make that person head of the police task force.
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