Real Name: Steven Shores
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Details: In 1982, an off-duty security guard named Garrison Hester was shot to death in the South side of Chicago. Two men, part of a gang called "El Rukns", testified in court that a Chicago man named Steve Shores was the person who shot and killed Garrison. Shores was later convicted of murder and sentenced to thirty five years in prison. However, Shores claims that he is innocent and that the two men who testified against him were the actual killers.
Suspects: Shores claims that the two men who testified against him, Bow and Blood, were responsible for the murder. Also, they had been suspects in the case until they told police that Shores was the killer.
Extra Notes: The case was featured as a part of the October 2, 1992 episode of Final Appeal: From the Files of Unsolved Mysteries.
Results: Solved. After new evidence was found, Shores agreed to enter and Alford plea and was released from prison in 1996. The two gang members who testified against Shores were later arrested, tried and convicted of Garrison Hester's murder.