The Forgotten: Season 1, Episode 8

Prisoner Jane (17 Nov. 2009)

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The Forgotten Network takes the case of a Jane Doe found strangled in a warehouse. Her journey leads the team from addiction support groups to the inner workings of the legal system and ... See full summary »

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George Steele (as Ed Kerr)
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Donny Rowe
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Judge Cooperman
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Jack Driscoll
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Mickey Boyd
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The Forgotten Network takes the case of a Jane Doe found strangled in a warehouse. Her journey leads the team from addiction support groups to the inner workings of the legal system and ultimately to an inmate who may have been falsely imprisoned for murder. Was Jane Doe so blinded by her convictions that she got involved with the wrong people? Or was she trying to free a truly innocent man? Written by ABC Publicity

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Steele, the former prosecutor, worked at the law firm of "Winston and Kirk" an obvious combination of the actual Chicago law firms of "Winston & Strawn" and "Kirkland and Ellis." See more »

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When Det. Russel arrests Rowe, she tells him that they have everything on camera, which is enough to make him eligible for the death penalty. However, former Illinois Governor George Ryan overturned the death penalty in 2003. Regardless of evidential proof, Rowe could not be sentenced to death if proven guilty. See more »

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