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American Justice Season 1999

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Season 1999, Episode 01 The Sinatra Kidnapping

S1999 E01

Jan 5, 1999
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The Sinatra Kidnapping Jan 5, 1999 Recalling the 1963 kidnapping of Frank Sinatra Jr., who was taken from his hotel room in Lake Tahoe, Nev. He was released by his captors three days later after his father paid the $240,000 ransom, and his three captors were caught and convicted.

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Season 1999, Episode 02 The Larry Flynt Story: Hustling the First Amendment

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Jan 20, 1999
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The Larry Flynt Story: Hustling the First Amendment Jan 20, 1999 A chronicle of the legal battles of publisher Larry Flynt. Included: Flynt v. Falwell, a libel suit heard by the U.S. Supreme Court; Flynt's conversion to Christianity; and the shooting that left him wheelchair-bound. Interviewed: Flynt, his brother Jimmy, his attorneys, Rev. Jerry Falwell.

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Season 1999, Episode 03 Mark Chapman

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Feb 7, 1999
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Mark Chapman Feb 7, 1999 The lives of the Beatles' John Lennon and his killer, Mark Chapman, are paralleled. Lennon's success is contrasted with Chapman's emotional instability. Also: the murder and trial are documented using film footage and photographs.

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Season 1999, Episode 04 A Teenage Murder Mystery

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Feb 20, 1999
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A Teenage Murder Mystery Feb 20, 1999 The circumstances surrounding the 1991 murder of a Pennsylvania teenage girl and the convoluted legal proceedings that followed. Among those interviewed are the victim's mother.

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Season 1999, Episode 05 Leopold and Loeb

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Feb 21, 1999
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Leopold and Loeb Feb 21, 1999 The 1920s investigation and trial of Leopold and Loeb for kidnapping and murder in Chicago is chronicled.

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Season 1999, Episode 06 Leonard Lake and Charles Ng

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Feb 21, 1999
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Leonard Lake and Charles Ng Feb 21, 1999 The story of how a serial killer and his wealthy accomplice were apprehended is chronicled using video footage, photographs and interviews.

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Season 1999, Episode 07 Body in the Trunk Murders

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Mar 7, 1999
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Body in the Trunk Murders Mar 7, 1999 Three murders---each involving women's remains found in railway baggage---that took place in England during the 1920s and '30s are detailed.

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Season 1999, Episode 08 Gary Heidnik and Jeffrey Dahmer

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Mar 7, 1999
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Gary Heidnik and Jeffrey Dahmer Mar 7, 1999 Serial killers Gary Heidnik and Jeffrey Dahmer are profiled. Included: comparisons of common elements of their crime sprees, such as cooking their victims.

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Season 1999, Episode 09 A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story

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Mar 24, 1999
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A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story Mar 24, 1999 The case of homicidal divorcée Betty Broderick is chronicled. Included: her marriage to Dan Broderick, their divorce, the murder of Dan and his second wife, and the two ensuing trials.

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Season 1999, Episode 10 Gaston Dominici and the Drummond Murders

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Apr 4, 1999
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Gaston Dominici and the Drummond Murders Apr 4, 1999 A look at the case of a family murdered while on vacation in France and the local farmer suspected in the mysterious crime.

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Season 1999, Episode 11 Judge Joe Peel

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Apr 11, 1999
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Judge Joe Peel Apr 11, 1999 A report on the 1955 disappearance of a Florida judge and his wife.

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Season 1999, Episode 12 A Murder in Greenwich: The Martha Moxley Case

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Apr 21, 1999
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A Murder in Greenwich: The Martha Moxley Case Apr 21, 1999 Recalling the 1975 murder of Connecticut teen Martha Moxley. Included are comments from former L.A. police detective Mark Fuhrman, who wrote a book about the crime.

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Season 1999, Episode 13 John Duffy: Railway Killer

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May 9, 1999
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John Duffy: Railway Killer May 9, 1999 Profiling John Duffy, the convicted British murderer and rapist, who earned the nickname of “Railway Killer” because he used the train to escape from the scene of the crimes. Included: how “profiling” was used to help capture him; footage of the crime scenes.

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Season 1999, Episode 14 Ma Barker and Other Public Enemies

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May 9, 1999
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Ma Barker and Other Public Enemies May 9, 1999 A look at the criminal activities of Ma Barker and her gangster sons. Included: reenactments of their crimes; archival footage.

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Season 1999, Episode 15 Henry Lee Lucas

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May 23, 1999
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Henry Lee Lucas May 23, 1999 Profiles the case of Henry Lee Lucas, who confessed to murdering women and whose victims may have numbered in the hundreds, giving him the notorious distinction of being America's most prolific serial killer.

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Season 1999, Episode 16 Butch Defeo

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Jun 6, 1999
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Butch Defeo Jun 6, 1999 The case of Ronald ("Butch") DeFeo Jr., an Amityville, New York, man convicted in 1975 of the murders of his parents and four siblings. The house in which the murders were committed later became the subject of speculation that it was "haunted."

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Season 1999, Episode 17 Graham Young: Compulsive Poisoner

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Jun 6, 1999
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Graham Young: Compulsive Poisoner Jun 6, 1999 Profiling Graham Young, the infamous British killer, who was obsessed with poison from his youth. Young was finally caught after the deaths of several colleagues at the factory where he worked, and his life was the subject of the 1995 film “The Young Poisoner's Handbook.”

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Season 1999, Episode 18 Justice Denied: The Hurricane Carter Story

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Jun 14, 1999
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Justice Denied: The Hurricane Carter Story Jun 14, 1999 Examining the case of boxer Hurricane Carter and his friend John Artis, who in 1967 were wrongly convicted of a 1966 triple homicide. Artis was eventually paroled in 1981, while Carter's conviction was finally overturned in 1985. Included: comments from Artis, Carter and their attorneys.

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Season 1999, Episode 19 Justice Denied: Trial and Error

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Jun 16, 1999
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Justice Denied: Trial and Error Jun 16, 1999 Examining two cases in which wrongly accused people were imprisoned because their trials were mishandled. Included: Florida farmer James Richardson, who spent 21 years in prison until his conviction was overturned in 1989; Chicago residents Perry Cobb and Darby Tillis, who were tried for the same crime for a record five times.

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Season 1999, Episode 20 The Perfect Murder: The Shannon Mohr Story

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Jun 30, 1999
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The Perfect Murder: The Shannon Mohr Story Jun 30, 1999 The 1980 murder of a Michigan woman, whose killer was caught because of her family's efforts.

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Season 1999, Episode 21 Body of Evidence: The Tom Capano Trial

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Jul 7, 1999
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Body of Evidence: The Tom Capano Trial Jul 7, 1999 Examining the 1996 murder of Delaware secretary Anne Marie Fahey. Prosecutors built up a case against prime suspect Thomas Capano, Fahey's former lover, despite the lack of a body, through physical evidence and testimony provided by two of Capano's brothers and another of Capano's mistresses.

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Season 1999, Episode 22 Justice Denied: The Wrong Place, the Wrong Time

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Jul 21, 1999
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Justice Denied: The Wrong Place, the Wrong Time Jul 21, 1999 The case of Leah Bundy, a New York woman convicted and sent to prison on drug charges, but who claimed, along with boyfriend Christopher Clemente, that the drugs belonged to Clemente's brother. Included: William Kunstler's defense of Clemente.

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Season 1999, Episode 23 Who Killed the Candy Heiress? The Helen Brach Story

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Aug 4, 1999
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Who Killed the Candy Heiress? The Helen Brach Story Aug 4, 1999 An investigation into the mysteries surrounding the death of Helen Brach, who disappeared in 1977 and was declared legally dead, although her body was never found.

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Season 1999, Episode 24 Lethal Injection: The Hospital Murders

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Aug 11, 1999
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Lethal Injection: The Hospital Murders Aug 11, 1999 Examining the case of Robert Diaz, a California nurse who was convicted in 1984 of killing 12 elderly patients through a lethal injection of the heart medication lidocaine.

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Season 1999, Episode 25 Till Death Do Us Part: The Barbara Stager Story

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Aug 25, 1999
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Till Death Do Us Part: The Barbara Stager Story Aug 25, 1999 The case of Barbara Stager, a North Carolina woman who was convicted in 1989 of the 1988 shooting death of her second husband, Russ. Stager claimed the killing was accidental, but hindering her defense were similarities in the deaths of her first and second husbands; and an incriminating tape recorded by Russ shortly before his demise.

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Season 1999, Episode 26 Jonesboro Schoolyard Ambush

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Sep 1, 1999
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Jonesboro Schoolyard Ambush Sep 1, 1999 Recalling the 1998 school shootings in Jonesboro, Ark., in which two boys opened fire, killing four students and one teacher. The boys were tried as juveniles, which inspired Arkansas to pass tougher laws regarding crimes committed by children.

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Season 1999, Episode 27 Drowning in Lies: The Trial of Edward Post

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Sep 22, 1999
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Drowning in Lies: The Trial of Edward Post Sep 22, 1999 The case of Edward Post, a New Orleans businessman who pled guilty in 1995 to the 1986 murder of his wife, Julie. Post had been convicted of first-degree murder twice before, but both verdicts had been reversed on appeal.

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Season 1999, Episode 28 Rape in Connecticut: The Alex Kelly Story

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Sep 29, 1999
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Rape in Connecticut: The Alex Kelly Story Sep 29, 1999 The case of Alex Kelly, a high-school athlete who fled the country for Europe just before his 1987 rape trial. Kelly surrendered to authorities in 1995, and was convicted in 1997.

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Season 1999, Episode 29 Duty, Honor...and Murder

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Oct 6, 1999
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Duty, Honor...and Murder Oct 6, 1999 The 1995 murder of Adrienne Jones, a high-school student shot to death by David Graham, with whom she'd allegedly had a fling. Graham and his girlfriend, Diane Zamora, were convicted of the murder in 1998. The pair were found out after Zamora confided the crime to classmates at the Naval Academy.

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Season 1999, Episode 30 It's Not My Fault: Strange Defenses

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Oct 27, 1999
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It's Not My Fault: Strange Defenses Oct 27, 1999 Examining criminal cases in which unusual defenses were employed. Lawyer Alan Dershowitz analyzes why the defenses succeeded and discusses the potentially dangerous precedents that were set.

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Season 1999, Episode 31 Vigilante Dad

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Nov 3, 1999
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Vigilante Dad Nov 3, 1999 The case of Ken Arrasmith, an Idaho man who, in 1995, gunned down a couple who had allegedly sexually abused Arrasmith's daughter. Arrasmith was convicted of their murders in 1996.

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Season 1999, Episode 32 Donald Merrett: The Murderous Buccaneer

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Nov 7, 1999
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Donald Merrett: The Murderous Buccaneer Nov 7, 1999 “The Murderous Buccaneer” chronicles the life and career of John Donald Merrett. Included: the “not proven” verdict at his matricide trial, his drug smuggling and his suicide after he was considered to be a suspect in the murders of his wife and mother-in-law.

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Season 1999, Episode 33 Sister Against Sister: The Twin Murder Plot

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Nov 24, 1999
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Sister Against Sister: The Twin Murder Plot Nov 24, 1999 Recalling the attempted 1996 murder of California resident Sunny Han by men hired by Sunny's identical twin sister, Gina. Gina received a 26-year sentence for the crime.

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Season 1999, Episode 34 Payback for a Bully

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Dec 8, 1999
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Payback for a Bully Dec 8, 1999 Examining the 1993 murder of Florida man Bobby Kent. The crime was planned and carried out by seven of Kent's friends, who claimed Kent was a bully. Included are comments from author Jim Schutze and Kent's former girlfriend.

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