A high school student who was having affair with one of his teachers is accused of killing the teacher's husband. Did the woman use him and set him up, or was the boy obsessed and did he act on his own?

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Mrs. Jenna Kealey
David Seaman ...
Roy Pack Jr.
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David Kaufer
Dan Desmond ...
Roy Pack, Sr.
Cheryl Giannini ...
Janice Rydell
Jean De Baer ...
Constance Pack (as Jean DeBaer)
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Laurinda Barrett ...
Eve Branson
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Cerreta and Logan investigate the hit and run murder of a prep school teacher's husband while going out for ice cream. It's soon learned that husband had a gambling debt, and that the wife was seducing her student into doing the deed. Written by danny gonzalez

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19 November 1991 (USA)  »

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Based on the Pamela Smart case. In 1990, Pamela Wojas Smart manipulated her 15-year-old lover William "Billy" Flynn into murdering her 24-year-old husband, Gregory Smart, promising him they would have a future together. Along with his friends Patrick Randall and Vince Lattime Jr., Billy shot Gregory Smart execution-style and then made the scene look like a botched robbery. All three boys turned State's witness against Pamela, who was so poised she was dubbed "Ice Princess" by the media. Smart is now serving a life sentence for accomplice to first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and witness tampering in New Hampshire. See more »

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Paul Robinette: Education. It's a wonderful thing.
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Skirting responsibility
1 September 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

On a nice spring night someone spots a man walking his dog, guns the engine and goes at him full throttle. Fortunately the dog survived the man was DOA.

There was nothing really that noble about James Ottavino the victim. He was one degenerate gambler, owed money to a lot of bookies who stopped taking his action. But his wife Ashley Crow was getting a different kind of action.

She was a high school teacher who manipulated a young, impressionable, and horny student into doing the deed. How culpable is she however as she comes up with a story that allows her to skirt.

Getting the blame properly apportioned out is the real issue in this Law And Order story for Michael Moriarty and Richard Brooks. You have to see how the truth is revealed.


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