When bright, young nursing student Maura Murray vanished on February 9, 2004, witnesses heard what they thought was a car crash and then saw Maura outside her vehicle on the side of the ... See full summary »
W/o Dick Wolfe/TNT, and the ladies of "Cold Justice," all these aired cold cases would've never had any progression or motivation to solve. All would've fallen through the cracks. Suspects never caught and tried. Families would've never had answers for closure. The aired cases prove more into fowl play than missing/runaways. This show proves the majority of people don't run away. As adults, police tend to only have that answer when evidence becomes overlooked. "Cold Justice" transfers old cases extremely well to TV. Some crime do-cu-drama's can tend to be slow. Especially, when there's a lot of dialogue. Dick Wolfe has a way of making viewers tune-in without expecting filmed re-enactment's. Even cases that are w/o a crime-scene, body, or living suspect. I've been hooked since the 1st episode. I hope "Cold Justice" will make it to the 10 year mark!
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