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Yellowstone’s ‘Zone of Death’: The 50-square-mile district in Idaho where ‘you can get away with murder’

The technicality stems from the Sixth Amendment that states an individual charged of with a crime has the right to a jury summoned from the state and district where the crime was committed. However, the 'Zone of Death' falls in a district that has a population of zero and any criminal act conducted in the region would technically have to be dismissed by a court of law

By STACY LIBERATORE

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

Yellowstone National Park stretches more than 3,400 square miles through Wyoming and Montana, but a small portion of the park dips into Idaho that is known as the ‘Zone of Death.’

Within this 50-square-mile area of Idaho is a loophole in the US Constitution that would allow someone to theoretically get away with any crime, including murder.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9203533/Yellowstone-Zone-Death-50-square-mile-region-Idaho-away-murder.html

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