Documents the murder of Jessica Chambers, talks to friends and family of both Jessica and Quentin Tellis (man accused of killing her) discusses the evidence there is (or isn't) and has parts of the court trial(s) that have taken place
Every second of every day, millions of Americans are caught on CCTV. Most of them are honest citizens going about their everyday lives. But a few are guilty of unspeakable crimes. See no ... See full summary »
James J. Wilson
This show delves in to true Canadian crime stories by speaking with the detectives that lead the charge and has well known Canadian actors portraying the events. It is a gripping crime ... See full summary »
this show is underated. it's not good as a drama show, but it's real!
The caracters arn't very good looking like other shows, no special drama moments, but this iis real, serious and authentic show about the flaws of the country justice system.
mybe eventually it will come to federal court due to conflict of interests, because the country wouldn't want to pay civil lawsuits for wrongfull imprisonment for over 20(!!!) years.
anyway, interesting show, keep up the good work. I just with they could walk through the entire process of re-trial, not just the public exposure and geting a hearing.
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