Monthly Archives: August 2017

Investigation Discovery show to feature disappearances of two Collier men

In this 2013 video, Rev. Al Sharpton and civil rights leaders speak about Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos, two missing Collier County men.
Naples Daily News

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Investigation Discovery to feature disappearances of two Collier men

In this 2013 video, Rev. Al Sharpton and civil rights leaders speak about Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos, two missing Collier County men.
Naples Daily News

Read more at: http://www.naplesnews.com/story/news/local/2017/08/31/investigation-discovery-feature-disappearances-two-collier-men/620977001/

Andrew Luster: ‘Guilty Rich’ Tells ‘Date With Darkness’ True Story On Investigation Discovery Show

Andrew Luster’s story premieres on Guilty Rich tonight on Investigation Discovery. Andrew Luster is the wealthy heir to Max Factor cosmetics. Guilty Rich plunges into the world of the rich. Steeped in scandal, betrayal, obsession, and a sense of entitlement, Investigation Discovery’s Guilty Rich exposes what goes on behind the gates of America’s richest people. The TV show also takes a look at how their desire for wealth can lead to devastating consequences.

 

 

Guilty Rich episode “While You Were Sleeping” Teaser

Born into riches, Andrew Luster enjoys many life luxuries. However, his secret world will be revealed, leading police on an international manhunt.

 

 

Andrew Luster Case File

First up on Guilty Rich is the story of Andrew Luster, whose story hit newsstands in the 2000s after he was implicated in a slew of assaults against women. What made the story even more interesting was the connection he had to Max Factor cosmetics since he

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‘Cash Cab’ Revival & ‘Gold Rush’ Return Part Of Discovery’s Fall Schedule

Discovery Channel has announced its fall slate and there’s some new unscripted series, documentaries and the return of an iconic game shows. The Emmy-winning Cash Cab is set to return with host Ben Bailey back in the driver’s seat for the popular in-transit trivia game show. There will be a new spin to the show as unsuspecting passengers will be ambushed by America’s favorite celebrities. It launches in the fall.

Also on slate is the return of Discovery’s Motor Monday series, which includes new seasons of Diesel Brothers and Street Outlaws and a new series titled Gear Dogs with Nate Boyer. Other titles for the fall include the green energy film Hot Grease and the return of the network’s top-rated show Gold Rush.

Read the Discovery Channel’s full fall slate and their release dates below.

AMERICAN MADE INVENTORS
All-new special airs Friday, September 1 at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery
Three inventors come to

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Heidi Allen, Garrett Phillips mysteries: Pair of Upstate NY cases featured on TV series

Two prominent murder mysteries from Upstate New York will be featured this fall on the true-crime TV series “Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall.”

Host Hall will explore the 1994 kidnapping of Heidi Allen in Oswego County, and the unsolved murder of 12-year-old Garrett Phillips in Potsdam on the Investigation Discovery Channel.

Phillips’ case will premiere Sept. 17 at 10 p.m. in the episode “Home Alone.” The Heidi Allen case will be featured in an episode called “The Vanishing Clerk,” slated to run on Oct. 22 in the same time slot.

Garrett Phillips 

Allen disappeared from her job at DW Convenience Store in New Haven on Easter Day, 1994.

The man convicted in her kidnapping, Gary Thibodeau, has maintained his innocence for 23 years. His attorney, public defender Lisa Peebles, presented evidence of three other possible suspects in Allen’s disappearance, but has so far not been able

Read more at: http://www.syracuse.com/crime/index.ssf/2017/08/heidi_allen_garrett_phillips_mysteries_pair_of_upstate_ny_cases_featured_on_tv_s.html

REVEALED: Chilling tell-tale signs that killer parents were lying about daughter Shafilea Ahmed’s murder

BODY language experts have revealed the moment parents Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed’s story about their daughter’s disappearance and death started to unravel in front of the world’s media.

In the latest series of Faking It: Tears of a Crime, expert Cliff Lansley discusses the tell-tale signs portrayed by Shafilea Ahmed’s parents during a recording of a documentary about the 17-year-old’s death.

Footage captures the moment Mr Ahmed is questioned whether he had any involvement with his daughter’s disappearance to which he replies: ‘Never. I couldn’t even dream of it.’ 

But a self-incriminating nod implied otherwise. 

After suffering years of honour-based violence – including an attempted forced marriage – Shafilea’s parents suffocated her to death in front of her siblings in 2003.

After almost nine years of lies, deception and deceit the parents of Shafilea were found guilty of

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Shafilea Ahmed’s parents lied about not being involved in her …

Shafilea Ahmed’s parents made very public declarations that they had nothing to do with the disappearance and death of their 17-year-old daughter.

But this clip shows the moment a body language expert claims the mask slipped..

As they were repeatedly asked about the disappearance of Shafilea Ahmed , Iftikhar and Farzana wiped away tears and resolutely told television cameras they were being victimised and stereotyped because of their religion, the Mirror reports .

Iftikhar Ahmed replies ‘never’

And asked again during a television interview, if they had killed their teenage daughter, Iftikhar replied with an emphatic ‘never’ as his wife sat there silent, presumably overcome by the grief of losing her eldest child.

But there was one problem. As he protested their innocence on camera there was something Iftikhar could not

Read more at: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/shafilea-ahmeds-parents-lied-not-13548411

Shafilea Ahmed’s parents lied about not being involved in her disappearance and death. But this is the moment their …

Shafilea Ahmed’s parents made very public declarations that they had nothing to do with the disappearance and death of their 17-year-old daughter.

But this clip shows the moment a body language expert claims the mask slipped..

As they were repeatedly asked about the disappearance of Shafilea Ahmed , Iftikhar and Farzana wiped away tears and resolutely told television cameras they were being victimised and stereotyped because of their religion, the Mirror reports .

Iftikhar Ahmed replies ‘never’

And asked again during a television interview, if they had killed their teenage daughter, Iftikhar replied with an emphatic ‘never’ as his wife sat there silent, presumably overcome by the grief of losing her eldest child.

But there was one problem. As he protested their innocence on camera there was something Iftikhar could not

Read more at: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/shafilea-ahmeds-parents-lied-not-13548411