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Apartment 4C: How social media helped reveal a murdered man's final hours

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Social media helped uncover the final steps of a Connecticut man who was murdered in New York City. Joey Comunale attended an after-party in the upscale home of James Rackover the son of a jeweler to the stars, after a night of clubbing. But Comunale didn't leave the apartment alive. He died of multiple stab wounds. Tune in to “48 Hours” on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. ET for Erin Moriarty’s full report.

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