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This Week on MSNBC – Crime Documentaries

MSNBC Special To Catch a Predator: Long Beach 2 -Friday, July 6th -11 PM
To Catch a Predator is back in Long Beach, California, where the long arm of the law has reached out and grabbed more than 3-dozen men in just 3 days. And perhaps the most surprising arrest in our most recent investigation? Presumably to avoid a sting, one potential predator suggests meeting at a park in broad daylight. Though some of the material may be disturbingly explicit, you don’t want to miss out on this NEW episode of MSNBC’s To Catch a Predator: Long Beach 2, airing Friday, July 6th, 2007

MSNBC Special Deadly Mission– Thursday, July 5th, 10 PM
Diane Zamora and David Graham were high school sweethearts and among the nation’s best and brightest- until they were convicted of a heinous and gruesome murder. The so-called “Texas Cadet” murder case was one of the most notorious crimes of the ’90s. The teenagers went from military academy life to life sentences for a brutal killing they covered up for almost a year. There was never much doubt about Graham’s role: He pulled the trigger. But Zamora claims that while she witnessed the murder and helped hide it, she never set out to kill anyone. Did Zamora and her boyfriend plan and carry out the murder of 16-year-old Adrianne Jones, just as they confessed? Did Zamora demand the killing, in a jealous rage after Graham said he’d been unfaithful to her with the victim? Find out on MSNBC Special, Deadly Mission on THURSDAY, JULY 5TH, 2007


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