Monthly Archives: April 2015

Investigation Discovery to Air New Special IN THE LINE OF FIRE, 5/17


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April 01, 2016Investigation Discovery to Air New Special IN THE LINE OF FIRE, 5/17

Across the United States every day, brave

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Investigation Discovery to Premiere New Season of FEAR THY NEIGHBOR Tonight

April 04, 2013

Investigation Discovery to Premiere New Season of FEAR THY NEIGHBOR Tonight

Investigation Discovery (ID) today released the results of a Nielsen Content online study that reveals how safe Americans feel in their own neighborhoods. The survey found that more than half (51 percent) of people polled feel not very safe in their neighborhoods and, what’s more, over one quarter (27 percent) are suspicious that their neighbors could actually be criminals. Americans’ PERCEPTION of safety may be off from reality, though. Poll takers named Alaska (25 percent) among states that are home to the least dangerous neighbors when, in fact, Alaska has the second highest violent crime rate in the U.S., according to the most recent estimates released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.* Unfortunately some Americans learn the hard way, like those who unwittingly found themselves dealing with a NIGHTMARE NEXT DOOR on

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Investigation Discovery Reveals New Season of "Fear Thy Neighbor," Premiering Monday, April 13 at 10/9c

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Investigation Discovery Reveals New Season of "Fear Thy Neighbor," Premiering Monday, April 13 at 10/9c

Below please find the results of a poll commissioned by Investigation Discovery (ID) about Americans' attitudes toward their neighbors, inspired by tonight's season 2 premiere of FEAR THY NEIGHBOR at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery.

Topline results include:

More than half (51 percent) of people polled feel not very safe in their neighborhoods.

Of those who have spied on their neighbors to catch them committing a crime, their favorite ways to play detective are peering through the window shades (71 percent) and monitoring their neighbors’ comings and goings (72 percent).

ID viewers are more suspicious, take safety very seriously, and even resort to using binoculars to get a closer look at their neighbors’ behavior

Americans’ perception of safety may be off from reality. Poll takers named Alaska (25 percent) among states that are home to the

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A step back for Brooklyn justice

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson is offering himself as a national model for justice reform, mostly through his bold new conviction review unit that has exonerated 12 men so far, most of them victims of his tainted predecessor, Joe Hynes, who himself began as a young reformer before hanging onto office well past his sell-by date.

But better than Hynes isn’t going to cut it.

Take the case of John Giuca, one of two men convicted in 2005 for the murder of “grid kid” Mark Fisher, a college football star visiting New York for the first time when he was gunned down on the street after ending up at a party at Giuca’s Brooklyn home. After partygoers frustrated the law for two years, some suspects flipped to testify against others.

Gunman Antonio Russo was convicted, but so was Giuca in a trial with a separate jury and all sorts of loose ends:

Read more at: http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/step-back-brooklyn-justice-article-1.2170469