Albany murderer focus of ‘Deadly Women’episode

Sara D. Moore, 35, was charged with murder in 2014 after Albany police said they found Richard Englander dying inside his home. (Albany Police Department)

The savagery of deadly caretaker Sara Moore will be known far beyond Albany.

The convicted murderer who in 2014 bludgeoned defenseless patient Richard Englander, 79, and slashed his throat inside his Albany townhouse will be the subject of the show “Deadly Women” on the Investigation Discovery Channel at 9 p.m. Friday.

Moore, 37, formerly of Wynantskill, will be one of three killers profiled in the episode, titled “The Vulnerable.” The show will include interviews with Albany County Assistant District Attorney Shannon Sarfoh, who prosecuted the case and heads the Special Victims Unit, as well as with Law Beat, which is quite familiar with the case.

Moore faced so much damning evidence that her plea bargain still carried 25 years to life, the prison sentence most

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