Fifteen year old Nick Markowitz lives in a secure, affluent suburb. He's a good kid, rarely in trouble. One sunny morning he's out walking when young marijuana dealer Jesse James Hollywood drives by ...
A group of hard-partying young men meet an alluring, young woman called "Lida" and two of the men separately become intimate with her. But "Lida" isn't who they think she is and when they uncover her...
When it comes to murder, no detective starts their search at the beginning of the crime. Rather, a murder investigation always begins with the body, after the deed is done. It is up to the ... See full summary »
Series follows Columbia University's Michael Stone as he searches for the roots of evil in human beings by exploring acts committed by infamous criminals and ordinary people which he rates on his "scale of evil".
Criminal Behavior Analyst, Casey Jordan, interviews women who have been accused and/or charged with stabbing their spouses or boyfriends. The viewer sees an interview with the accused women... See full summary »
Steve C. Porter,
David L. Schormann
Baffling crimes and the clues that lead to the killer. Chilling reenactments of the victim's last days and the toll the deaths took on family and friends along with interviews and ... See full summary »
ID Discovery shows another great show with how a split second decision lasts a lifetime. For those that kill and for those that are the victims and their families. It shows usually a timeline on how both killer and victim intervene.
It shows how usually that they do not know each other. But then, usually a grudge happens. Like in the case of Vincent Chin in 1982. As tempers flare and someone pays for their lives like Chin does.
As these fatal encounters until then for both the victim and killer at the time, do not know how they will have consequences and scars for life over their anger and hurt.
Sadly it does take a split second that will change the lives of those, killer and victim and families!
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