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Cold Justice: Sex Crimes 

Former prosecutors Alicia O'Neill and Casey Garrett reinvestigate cold cases involving sexual assault and rape.

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Dick Wolf
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Alicia O'Neill Alicia O'Neill ...  Herself - Former Prosecutor 10 episodes, 2015
Casey Garrett Casey Garrett ...  Herself - Former Prosecutor 10 episodes, 2015
Jesse Alvarado Jesse Alvarado ...  Himself - Sex Crimes Investigator 6 episodes, 2015
Cami Green Cami Green ...  Herself - Sorenson Forensics 5 episodes, 2015
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In the US someone is murdered every 36 minutes, but every 2 minutes someone is sexually assaulted. One in four women are sexually assaulted in their lifetime. 3% of murderers will kill again - 63% of rapists will rape again. Most rapists will continue to rape until they are caught. This show is about giving victims a forum to tell their story, solving cold case sex crimes, and prosecuting the offenders before they rape again.

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90% of sex offenders walk free. That's about to change.

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Crime | Reality-TV

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USA

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English

Release Date:

31 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Spun-off from Cold Justice (2013) See more »

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Good show - sad
23 March 2018 | by grammatophileSee all my reviews

Sad to think of how many rapes go unsolved. And it takes a TV show and network to take on police work to test rape kits. Such is the status of justice for women in the world.

I'm glad the show exposes the everyday face of the rapist. Yes, rapists are your friendly next door neighbor.

I don't understand anyone who would call this show a tearjerker. Personally I think that person needs some help. Why not just turn the show off if you don't like it?

I also don't understand critiques of feminist diatribes. Rape is not about a feminist agenda or any agenda. It's about straight up human decency. If you're a Christian like I am, exposing and setting right of injustices is a God filled act.

A simple question: why is there a statute of limitations on rape at all? The fact that there are points to the fact of how much people think rape is minor in some way.

I would have liked the show to deal with male rapes, which some studies suggest occur as commonly as female rapes.


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