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The Prosecutors: In Pursuit of Justice
A chilling examination of the criminal mind set amidst the gritty reality of backlogged courts, understaffed police stations, and the hardening streets of America.
Kenneth Allen McDuff received the death sentence in 1966 for a murderous rampage that left three teen-agers dead. He was paroled years later only to kill again.
Pride and Joy
In Delaware, in 1990, investigators pull a decomposed body from a shallow grave. A nationwide investigation begins, and a serial killer becomes the target of a New Jersey Prosecutor.
A high school student’s love for his girlfriend leads him to murder a rival for her affections. The alleged killer, Jacob Davis, was an honor student. The shooting shocked the small Tennessee town.
Life Father, Like Son
A sheriff's deputy made a routine traffic stop one night that ended with him being brutally shot to death by Michael Lopez.
Every Parent's Nightmare
On an autumn evening in November 1998, a man randomly killed a 9-year-old boy in a public bathroom in southern California.
Mary Ellen Samuels’ lust for money and drugs led her to arrange for the 1988 murder of her husband, a successful Hollywood cameraman. She also arranged for the murder of the hit man after her.
Gang leader Donald “Sly” Green murdered someone in broad daylight. A lone witness saw the crime and helped bring Green to justice.
In the early '80s in southern Florida, a major war was declared on illegal drugs. Assistant State Attorney Gene Berry was feared by criminals because of his indictments of drug traffickers.
The Missing Heiress
In February of 1977, Helen Vorhees Brach, the wealthy widowed heiress of the Brach Candy fortune, walked out of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, and was never seen again.
Robert Peernock was an expert in pyrotechnics. He tried to kill his wife and daughter by rigging their car to explode, but his daughter survived. She testified against him.
Salvatore Ruscitti was a California car dealer. He was shot and killed one evening in 1988, people pointed at the class action lawsuit that he had been spearheading against his former employers.
Roy Radin was a successful New York producer. His life soon ended outside of Los Angeles. His connections with a major Hollywood producer and a Miami cocaine dealer had investigators puzzled.
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