The Prosecutors: In Pursuit of Justice - Season 1

The Prosecutors: In Pursuit of Justice - Season 1
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The Prosecutors - Episode 01 Release Me
Release Me chronicles the story of Texas killer Kenneth Allen McDuff who received the death sentence in 1966 for a murderous rampage that left three teen-agers dead. He was paroled…
The Prosecutors - Episode 02 Pride and Joy
Pride and Joy focuses on Eric Napoletano who brutally murdered his victims, including his wife Myra. Protected by a mother, who worked for the New York City Police Department, Napoletano…
The Prosecutors - Episode 03 Young Love
Young Love tells the story of a high school student whose overpowering obsession for his girlfriend led him to murder a rival for her affections in the parking lot of…
The Prosecutors - Episode 04 Like Father, Like Son
This is the story of two young men whose paths tragically crossed on September 29, 1998 in Houston, Texas. One was a sheriff's deputy while the other, like his father,…
The Prosecutors - Episode 05 Every Parent's Nightmare
This episode recounts a heinous crime that is every parent's nightmare, the death of a child. On an autumn evening in November 1998, a man randomly killed a 9-year-old boy…
The Prosecutors - Episode 06 The Green Widow
The Green Widow focuses on Mary Ellen Samuels, a woman whose lust for money and drugs led her to arrange for the 1988 murder of her husband, a successful Hollywood…
The Prosecutors - Episode 07 Lone Witness
Lone Witness is the story of Buffalo, New York gang leader Donald "Sly" Green and a lone witness to a gangland slaying which helped bring Green to justice. By the…
The Prosecutors - Episode 08 Deadly Revenge
In the early '80s in southern Florida, a major war was declared on illegal drugs. One of the champions of that war was Assistant State Attorney Gene Berry, whose tough…
The Prosecutors - Episode 09 The Missing Heiress
In February of 1977, Helen Vorhees Brach walked out of the famed Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, and into the pages of Chicago folklore. The wealthy widowed heiress of the Brach…
The Prosecutors - Episode 10 Fatal Error
When a family outing in the mountains of picturesque Oregon ended with Joyce Boyd's fatal fall off a 75-foot cliff, authorities called it an accident; that is, until they delved…
The Prosecutors - Episode 11 Short Fuse
Robert Peernock was an expert in pyrotechnics who knew how to blow things up. But when he tried to kill his wife and daughter by rigging their car to explode,…
The Prosecutors - Episode 12 Deadly Commission
Salvatore Thomas Ruscitti, a former policeman, was a well-liked and respected southern California car dealer. When he was shot and killed on his doorstep one September evening in 1988, friends…
The Prosecutors - Episode 13 Silent Partner
Roy Radin was a successful New York theatrical producer with a knack for making money and a taste for the high life. His hopes for making it as a Hollywood…

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