The murder of the Target store manager will be profiled tonight in a new TV series “Murder Calls” on Investigation Discovery. In the episode, viewers will hear the chilling 911 calls Williams made inside her closet before she was killed in November 2013 by accused gunmen Jonathan Banks, James Calhoun and James Sims. The trio received life sentences in December.
Graphic details of the murder of tragic Elaine O’Hara at the hands of sadistic killer Graham Dwyer have been reconstructed for a major US television crime network.
The harrowing case, which shocked the country during Dwyer’s murder trial in 2015, are outlined in a hard-hitting episode of Married with Secrets on the Investigation Discovery (ID) channel on American TV.
The network bases its docu-dramas on true events with the aim of unravelling “the truth behind real-life mysteries”.
Viewer discretion is advised at the outset of the 40-minute episode, entitled ‘Yes, Master’, which chronicles the toxic ‘master-slave’ relationship between the married architect and his vulnerable victim prior to the murder.
Central characters including Dwyer, 42, and his wife Ms O’Hara, 36, a previous partner of the killer and key investigating gardaí are played by a cast of mainly American actors.
More than 300 participants showed up Saturday for the Deen/Tate Memorial Motorcycle Ride, which benefited the Benjamin J. Deen Liquori Tate Memorial Scholarship Fund.
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The third annual End of Watch memorial motorcycle ride to honor slain Hattiesburg police officers Benjamin J. Deen and Liquori Tate this year will feature a visit from “Killing Fields” star retired Detective Rodie
Investigation Discovery is a niche channel that is part of the Discovery family. As the name ID would suggest, this channel is all about solving crimes. Filled with reality documentary style shows, Investigation Discovery offers dozens of CSI-style forensic shows that will leave you questioning everyone from your co-workers to your neighbors.
Some popular Investigation Discovery shows include 50 Ways to Leave your Lover, Your Worst Nightmare, A Stranger in My Home, Blood Relatives, Cold Blood, Deadly Demands, Deadly Doctors, Deadly Women, Death by Gossip, Evil Kin, and Fear Thy Neighbor. And this is just a fraction of the shows you’ll be able to watch on the Investigation Discovery live stream. If you don’t have cable, keep reading to learn how to watch Investigation Discovery online without cable!
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Is the wrong person serving a pair of life sentences for the 1994 kidnapping and killing of Pennsylvania mother Joann Katrinak and her 3-month-old son, Alex?
This Sunday, Investigation Discovery and velvety-voiced Dateline NBC correspondent Keith Morrison will revisit the double-homicide. The case rocked Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley — and resulted in the conviction of Patricia Rorrer, now 53, the ex-girlfriend of Katrinak’s husband.
“This is a genuine puzzler,” Morrison tells PEOPLE about the case that inspired Sunday’s two-part special, Murder in Lehigh Valley: Keith Morrison Investigates. “It’s one of those stories where, if you listen to one side, you can see, absolutely, that that side has to be correct. Then you listen to the other side, and it’s like, ‘Wait a minute.’ This case will live with you for a while after you have seen the story, because it is one that has stuck with
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing that he “did not have communications with the Russians” during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
You can watch the video above. Session’s remark – made under oath – comes at the end of the video in response to a question from Sen. Al Franken. The Washington Post is now reporting that, according to the Department of Justice, Sessions, as a Republican senator “spoke twice last year with Russia’s ambassador to the United States.” The New York Daily News reports “Sessions was a senior member of the Armed Services Committee and serving as a top foreign political adviser to the Trump campaign at the time.”
Here’s the longer version of the video:
Jeff Sessions deliberately and intentionally LIED UNDER OATH pic.twitter.com/ZFQdBjuLkh
about HIS meeting w Russian Ambassador to collude
— #CalExit NaphiSoc
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MONDAY, Feb. 27
The Obama Years: The Power of Words
Over eight years as Chief of State, Barack Obama delivered more than 3,500 speeches and statements. This one-hour special takes viewers through the defining moments of his presidency through his most memorable moments at the speaker’s podium, with commentary from historians and key members of his inner circle, including former advisors, strategists and speechwriters (8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel).
When We Rise
Guy Pierce, Mary-Louise Parker, Rachel Griffiths and Michael K. Williams headline the cast of this miniseries based on the real-life personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse group of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the most recent legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement (9 p.m., ABC).
TUESDAY, Feb. 28
Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern
The renowned foodie explores the cuisine of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, sampling pork shoulder cooked underground, hearty pastries
In the series premiere of Investigation Discovery’s Murder Chose Me, detective Rod Demery steels himself to interview a young boy who has just witnessed his mother’s homicide.
The Shreveport, Louisiana, officer sympathizes instantly: When Demery was 3 years old, two somber officers showed up at his grandmother’s door and told him his mother had been killed.
“As I looked at this little boy, I recognize him,” Demery narrates in an exclusive clip from the premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 15. “And I realize that the little boy is me.”
Indeed, beginning with his mother’s death, murder has defined Demery.
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When he was in his 20s, his brother was convicted of murdering someone and sentenced to life
From the thrilling ring action of Idris Elba: Fighter to coverage of some of the biggest events in world sport such as the Tour de France and Australian Open, Discovery’s range of channels mean BT TV customers get an incredible mix of entertainment, documentaries and sport.
BT TV customers have access to eight Discovery channels and five HD channels and here are seven reasons we can’t get enough of their brilliant shows.
1. Groundbreaking documentaries on Discovery
Whether it’s Hollywood star Idris Elba putting his body on the line or Bear Grylls taking a celebrity on a survival adventure they’ll never forget, Discovery makes jaw-dropping TV.
Idris Elba: Fighter, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, the stunning Shark Week, Tony Robinson’s Wild West and inspirational one-off films such as The Challenge: My Iron
After 12 years, LaCresha Stanton finally got the chance to tell the story of her brother’s murder.
In 2005, Alex Davon Buckman, 17, was killed, dismembered and dumped in an Abbeville landfill. On Wednesday night, Investigation Discovery’s “I, Witness” told the story of Buckman’s death and revealed details about the crime that have never been made public.
Buckman’s killer, Karlton Kartrell Brockman, pleaded guilty to the crime so details that would’ve been discussed during a trial never came out.
Even during the TV show, “All of the details still didn’t come out,” Stanton said. “There are still some things we didn’t say because it was already a lot for people to take.”
Brockman is serving a life sentence for the murder. Louis Patterson and Ralph Flemming were convicted of being accessories to Buckman’s murder. Stanton said they were released from prison last year.
The youngest of three children, Buckman went missing in