'Mugshots' is a series of one-hour in-depth profiles of some of the world's most famous, or infamous criminals of our time. From David Koresh to the recently executed Timothy McVeigh, who was responsible, until recently, for the worst act of terrorism in American history, crime meets biography as 'Mugshots' explores the background to each event and motives behind each person's relationship with crime.
In 2003, actress Lana Clarkson was found dead at the mansion of legendary record producer Phil Spector. He called it an "accidental suicide." It took two trials, but eventually the final jury found him guilty of second degree murder. It's the fall of the once-powerful rock mogul who created the wall of sound. The strange story of Spector's deadly night with the Roger Corman starlet includes never-before-seen outtakes from interviews and police footage.