Monsters Among Us: Edward George Dees raped and murdered Sandra Howard; Sentenced to LWOP, to go with the other sentences he was in prison for

remembering the victims

Sex offender charged in 1975 murder
an Jose Man Edward Dees, 60, Will Stand Trial For The 1975 Rape And Murder Of Sandra Howard
aKiller pleads no contest to 1975 San Jose rape, stabbing and strangulation
Sex offender charged in 1975 murder of San Jose woman

Movies/Documentaries
On the Case with Paula Zahn Darkness After Dawn

INMATE INFORMATION

Edward George Dees

Name: DEES, EDWARD
CDCR3: B27991
Age: 67
Admission Date: 06/05/1970
Current Location:
California Health Care Facility, Stockton

Psycho For Love: Steven DeMocker killed his ex-wife, Carol Kennedy; Sentenced to life in prison

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Family, friends pay tribute to slain local artist Virginia Carol Kennedy
Sheriff’s Office arrests ex-husband in Carol Kennedy homicide
Trial Begins For Steven DeMocker in 2008 AZ Murder of Carol Kennedy
2008 Prescott murder case gets stranger
48 Hours: Twists, turns in murder case against Ariz. stockbroker
McLean man in middle of wild Arizona murder case
Prescott stockbroker Steven DeMocker gets life sentence in killing of ex-wife
The Mystery on Bridle Path: A Reporter’s Notebook
Stockbroker sentenced to life in prison for the ‘brutal’ murder of his ex-wife motivated by money
48 Hours: Twists, turns in murder case against Ariz. stockbrocker

Movies/Documentaries
48 Hours: End of the Trail
Deadly Sins: Until Death Do Us Part

INMATE INFORMATION

Steven DeMocker

Inmate 287802
Last Name: DEMOCKER
First Name: STEVEN
Middle Initial: C
Birth Date: 01/07/1954
Gender: MALE
Height (inches): 73
Weight: 160
Hair Color: Sandy
Eye Color: BLUE
Ethnic Origin: CAUCASIAN:
Most Recent Loc: FLORENCE
Unit: F-Central Close

Commitment Information 6 record(s)
Commit# Sentence yy/mm/dd Sentence County Court Cause# Offense Date Sentence Status Crime Crime Info Felony Class Ruling Verified
A01 LIFE YAVAPAI 201001325 07/02/2008 IMPOSED MURDER 1ST DEGREE ND/NR CL1 Y NO
A02 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D YAVAPAI 201001325 07/02/2008 IMPOSED BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE ND/NR CL2 N NO
A03 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D YAVAPAI 201001325 08/01/2008 IMPOSED FRAUDULENT SCHEMS ARTIFICS ND/NR CL2 N NO
A04 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D YAVAPAI 201001325 05/19/2009 IMPOSED FRAUDULENT SCHEMS ARTIFICS ND/NR CL2 N NO
A05 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D YAVAPAI 201001325 06/01/2009 IMPOSED CONSPIRACY FRAUDULENT SCHEMS ARTIFICS ND/NR CL2 N NO
A09 1 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D YAVAPAI 201001325 05/19/2009 IMPOSED TAMPER W PHYSICAL EVIDENCE ND/NR CL6 Y NO

Sentence Information 6 record(s)
Commit# Sentence yy/mm/dd Admit Date Consec/ Concur Release Date(s) Supervision End Sentence Expiration Flat Maximum
A01 LIFE 01/24/2014 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999
A02 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D 01/24/2014 Concurrent: 01 12/31/9999 05/05/2013 01/20/2014
A03 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D 01/24/2014 Consecutive: A01 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999
A04 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D 01/24/2014 Consecutive: A01 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999
A05 5 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D 01/24/2014 Consecutive: A01 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999
A09 1 Y/ 0 M/ 0 D 01/24/2014 Consecutive: A01 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999 12/31/9999
Disciplinary Infractions 0 record(s)

Noor Almaleki murder 10/20/2009 Peoria, AZ *Believed to be an ‘honor killing’, her father, Faleh Hassan Almaleki, convicted of her murder; sentenced to 34 years in prison*


Noor Almaleki

Victims
Noor Almaleki, 20
Amal Khalaf [survived]

Honor Thy Father: The Inside Story of the Young Muslim Woman “Honor-Killed” by Her Father Because He Believed She’d Become Too Americanized
Muslim Father Arrested for Running Over ‘Westernized’ Daughter
Opening Statements to Begin Monday in Arizona ‘Honor Killing’
Iraqi immigrant convicted in Arizona ‘honor killing’ trial
Muslim Man Guilty of ‘Honor Killing’ in Daughter’s Death
Iraqi immigrant gets 34 years for killing ‘too Westernized’ daughter
Faleh Hassan Almaleki Receives 34-year Sentence for Murder, Aggravated Assault
Justice in an American Honor Killing
An American Honor Killing

Movies/Documentaries
48 Hours Mysteries: Was Noor Almaleki the victim of an honor killing
Forbidden: Dying For Love: To Love, Honor and Kill

INMATE INFORMATION

Last Name: ALMALEKI
First Name: FALEH
Middle Name: H
Birth Date: 01/01/1961
Gender: MALE
Height (inches): 66
Weight: 200
Hair Color: GRAY
Eye Colo: GREEN
Ethnic Origin: OTHER
Custody Class: 5/2
Inmate/Detainee: INMATE
Sentence (yyymmdd): 016/00/00 (incorrect)
Admission: 04/2/2011
Prison Release Date:
Max End Date: 07/09/2041
Cur. Absconded:
Hist. Absconded:
Release Type: RECEIVED AT
ost Recent Loc.: ASPC Lewis
Unit:
Community Supervision/Parole: N
Last Movement: 11/10/2011
Commitment Status: COMPLETE, BUT NOT VERIFIED
Status: ACTIVE

Kidnap Victim Shawn Hornbeck’s Exclusive Interview With 48 HOURS MYSTERY, Tues. June 16

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Shawn Hornbeck at age 11 (L) opens up to Troy Roberts (R) about his love
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“THERE WASN’T A DAY WHEN I DIDN’T THINK HE WAS JUST GONNA KILL ME. [SOMETIMES] IT SEEMED I WAS BETTER OFF DEAD THAN LIVING THROUGH THAT.”

KIDNAP VICTIM SHAWN HORNBECK REVEALS THE DETAILS ABOUT HIS INCREDIBLE STORY OF SURVIVAL IN AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH

CBS NEWS “48 HOURS MYSTERY” –TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2009

In October 2002, at the age of 11, Shawn Hornbeck, was kidnapped. Over the course of the next 4 ½ years, Hornbeck suffered horrific abuses at the hands of his abductor, Michael Devlin, until he was rescued by FBI agents in January 2007. In an exclusive interview with 48 HOURS MYSTERY correspondent Tory Roberts, Hornbeck speaks about what happened during the time he was missing.

“Nobody knows the real story except for me,” Hornbeck tells Roberts in the revealing interview. “There wasn’t a day when I didn’t think he was just gonna kill me…[sometimes] it seemed I was better off dead than living through that.”

Hornbeck describes what he endured during the years that he was missing – from the instant Devlin knocked him off his bike near his home to the moment he was rescued. “The thing that sticks out the most is [Devlin] said, ‘You were just in the wrong place at the wrong time,’” recounts Hornbeck.

For years, Hornbeck lived every day fearing for his life. “From day one, he had the gun, he had the power,” Hornbeck tells 48 HOURS. Threatened with death and the death of his parents, Hornbeck made a deal with the devil, in this case Devlin. He took on the life Devlin dictated, posing as his son and even making friends. Devlin wielded such terror that Hornbeck never revealed his real identity to anybody, despite numerous opportunities to ask for help. Hornbeck even expresses the trepidation he felt when he first saw the FBI enter Devlin’s front door. “I knew when they came in the door, it was either going to be something very good or very bad,” he recalls. “It was a new feeling for me to say who I really was.”

Troy Roberts reports on 48 HOURS MYSTERY: “Kidnapped: Shawn Hornbeck’s Incredible Story,” Tuesday, June 15 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Katherine Davis, Mead Stone, Clare Friedland and Chris O’Connell. Anthony Batson is the senior broadcast producer and Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note: Click here to watch a preview of the broadcast. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.com.

All New Developments Emerge in the Case of Dr. Timothy Stryker — A “48 Hours Mystery” Exclusive on Saturday, June 13

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Dr. Timothy Stryker with former girlfriend Dr. Linda Goudey (L); Dr. Stryker during an interview with 48 HOURS MYSTERY (R)

AFTER HIS EXCLUSIVE FIRST NETWORK INTERVIEW ADDRESSING ACCUSATIONS OF MURDER, ALL NEW DEVELOPMENTS HAVE EMERGED IN THE CASE OF DR. TIMOTHY STRYKER

A “48 HOURS MYSTERY” EXCLUSIVE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 13

In his first exclusive network interview with 48 HOURS MYSTERY, Dr. Timothy Stryker addressed the accusations of murder that have dogged him for 15 years. Now, dramatic new details have emerged in the death of his former girlfriend, Dr. Linda Goudey.

In 1993, Goudey’s body was found in the back seat of her car in the parking lot of the Boston-area hospital where she worked. The beloved OB/GYN had been strangled in an attack so brutal it left injuries at 24 separate places on her body. Immediately, authorities turned to her then boyfriend, Dr. Stryker, whose attempts to help their investigation further fueled their suspicions of his involvement. But with only circumstantial evidence, the case went cold.

While authorities did not have enough for a criminal case, Goudey’s family pressed on and filed a civil suit against Stryker, who was now married with a successful practice. With his wife Micael standing by him throughout the trial, Stryker was found responsible of Goudey’s death and her family was awarded $15 million.

Soon after the civil case verdict, a new witness emerged. This was just the break Stryker needed, but to some this new development seemed a little too convenient. The criminal case would take a turn that no one could’ve imagined. Is Dr. Timothy Stryker a calculating murderer or is he an innocent man fighting to clear his name?

Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports the stunning new developments on 48 HOURS MYSTERY: “Did The Doctor Kill The Doctor?” Saturday, June 13 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Deborah Grau. Sarah Prior is the field producer. Nancy Kramer is the senior producer and Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note: Click here to watch a preview of the broadcast. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.

A Millionaire’s Outrageous Sex Life May Have Led to His Gruesome Murder — on “48 Hours Mystery,” Saturday, May 30

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A MILLIONAIRE’S OUTRAGEOUS SEX LIFE MAY HAVE LED TO HIS GRUESOME MURDER – ON “48 HOURS MYSTERY,” SATURDAY, MAY 30

Charlie White was a larger-than-life Texas millionaire. Ambitious, bold and brash, he lived a lavish lifestyle that included a private jet, luxury vacations, parties and beautiful women. But it all came to a gruesome end in 2005 when police were called to his lakeside mansion. The eccentric millionaire had been murdered, mercilessly beaten, with an extension cord wrapped around his neck several times.

By first impression, White was a very likeable person, but as police began investigating his murder, a darker image of White began to emerge, one of a cruel man with a dangerous mean streak sharpened by arrogance, alcohol and women. With an unbridled passion for the fairer sex, White bedded and rated the sexual prowess of over a thousand women, including strippers and prostitutes. And White didn’t stop there, satisfying his sexual appetite with the girlfriends of his own son Darin, who he also used to pick up women to fulfill his needs.

With his outrageous lifestyle and sexual conquests, White had no shortage of enemies.

“Somebody had had enough,” says a family friend, “somebody wanted him dead.”

Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on 48 HOURS MYSTERY: “Blood and Money on Horseshoe Bay,” Saturday, May. 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Jay Young and Jenna Jackson. Anthony Batson and Peter Schweitzer are the senior producers and Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note: Click here to watch a preview of the broadcast. Click here for Peter Van Sant’s reporter’s notebook. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.

Did The Pressure To Close Mortgages Lead To Murder? — CBS “48 Hours Mystery” — Sat. May 23

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Renee Ohlemacher (L) and Ron Santiago (R)
 

 

DID THE PRESSURE TO CLOSE MORTGAGES DRIVE A LOAN OFFICER TO MURDER HIS CLIENTS?

 

CBS NEWS “48 HOURS MYSTERY” REVEALS NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CASE ON SATURDAY, MAY 23

 

For nearly a year Renee Ohlemacher was suspected in the murder of her parents, Bernadette and Greg, who were shot in their Albuquerque, N.M. home in August 2005. Renee says, upon hearing the gunshots, she squeezed herself into a closet and called the police. Certain that the killer knew the couple, investigators began questioning Renee’s every move after discovering that she did not immediately dial 911, opting to call a non-emergency number first. And her family had their doubts about her innocence too. Renee, who some family members considered spoiled, was set to inherit nearly $1 million from a life insurance policy. Her questionable behavior the morning of the murders and her cold demeanor in their wake did nothing to quell their suspicions. But with no physical evidence linking Renee to the crime, the probe began to stall, until a chance encounter would expose the unlikeliest of suspects – the couple’s mortgage broker, Ron Santiago.

 

Santiago, a self-proclaimed people pleaser, was facing mounting pressure to close loans and eventually turned himself in to the Secret Service, admitting that he forged two checks when he could not deliver on a loan. But as the Secret Service dug into Santiago’s past, their investigation would reveal something more serious. Did the stress of his job drive Santiago to murder?

 

Erin Moriarty reports on the new developments in the case on 48 HOURS MYSTERY: “The Mortgage and the Murder,” Saturday, May. 23 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Paul LaRosa. Peter Schweitzer is the senior producer and Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

 

Editors’ Note: Click here to watch a preview of the broadcast. Click here for Erin Moriarty’s notebook. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.

Their Stepdad Is Murdered…Now It’s Brother vs. Sister, Who is Telling the Truth? – 48 HOURS MYSTERY, Saturday, May 16

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Timothy MacNeil (L); MacNeil’s stepchildren Nathan Gann (T,R) and Brae Hansen (B,R)

DID A BROTHER AND SISTER CONSPIRE TO MURDER THEIR STEPFATHER?

IN A CASE OF HE SAID SHE SAID, IT IS UP TO TWO JURIES IN ONE COURTROOM TO DECIDE

IN AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW THE SIBLINGS DISCUSS WHAT HAPPENED ON “48 HOURS MYSTERY,” SATURDAY, MAY 16

On Thursday July 19th, 2007, the day after his 63rd birthday, Timothy MacNeil, a prominent defense attorney, was shot to death in his San Diego, Calif. home. The only witness was his 17-year-old stepdaughter, Brae Hansen, who was found tied up nearby. She told police a masked gunman had broken in and committed the murder, but left her alive.

Thinking Brae to be the victim of the crime, authorities looked to Brae as their best witness to help solve the case. But as she recounted the details of the murder to authorities and to her family, puzzling inconsistencies began to emerge, including the fact that she described the masked gunman by name – Nathan. Brae soon went from being a victim to being a suspect.

When questioned, Brae stunned the cops revealing details of a diabolical plot she said she and her brother Nathan had hatched to hire a hitman to kill their stepfather. Brae claimed that she changed her mind about committing the crime when the hitman didn’t show up, but that Nathan went through with it himself.

“[I did] everything in my mind that I could think to stop it,” Brae says in an exclusive interview with 48 HOURS MYSTERY. “I did think about calling the police once or twice and I had it dialed. I just couldn’t push the send button. I was too afraid.”

However, when Nathan was taken into custody, he said he wasn’t even there, and that Brae was using him as a scapegoat to cover up the murder. “Personally I had more to gain from [Tim] being alive,” Nathan says. “My sister had been angry [with Tim]…My sister probably went into a panic mode and automatically blamed me.”

With brother and sister squarely pointing the finger at each other, prosecutors made the unusual and dramatic decision to try the siblings at the same time, in the same courtroom, but with two separate juries. Was the murder of Timothy MacNeil a crime concocted by two greedy siblings to kill their stepfather? Or, was one set up by the other? Who is telling the truth and who is lying?

Tracy Smith reports 48 HOURS MYSTERY: “Daddy’s Girl” on Saturday, May 16, (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The broadcast is produced by Marcie Spencer, Gayane Keshisyan and Ira Sutow. Paul Ryan is the senior producer. Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note: Click here to watch a preview of the broadcast and click here for Tracy Smith’s reporter’s notebook. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.com.

My post on this murder: Murder In The Family: Timothy MacNeil murder 7/19/2007 Rolando, CA *Brae Hansen and Nathaniel Gann convicted of their stepfather’s murder*

A Former Child Actor Turned Cold-Blooded Killer On CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY on Sat. May 2

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Jackie and Tom Hawks (L); Skylar and Jennifer Deleon (R)

A FORMER CHILD ACTOR TURNED COLD-BLOODED KILLER COMMITS A CRIME THAT HORRIFIED THE TOUGHEST OF COPS

CBS NEWS “48 HOURS MYSTERY,” SATURDAY, MAY 2

Good met evil in the cold waters off Newport Beach, CA on Nov. 15, 2004, when Tom and Jackie Hawks lay on a bed in the cabin of their yacht, handcuffed and blindfolded by Skylar Deleon and two accomplices. The victims of a vicious plot hatched by Deleon and his wife, Jennifer, the couple signed over the yacht and their life savings in the hopes of being spared. They were not. Tied to an anchor, the Hawkses were yanked into the deep ocean.

Tom Hawks was a probation officer and single father of two sons when he fell in love with Jackie. The couple, who married in 1989, shared a love of adventure and upon Tom’s retirement they sold their Arizona home, went to California and purchased the Well Deserved. Life on the 55-foot yacht was an endless fantasy cruise for the couple who would sail up and down the Mexican coast.

Skylar Deleon was living a very different life. A former child actor who appeared in several episodes of “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers,” Skylar was living with his wife Jennifer and their child in the Long Beach basement apartment of her parents’ house. Unable to hold a job, Skylar found a living in burglary, until it landed him in jail. Soon after his release, the couple found themselves struggling to get out from under $87,000 in debt. They found that way out in a boating magazine.

Newly grandparents and wanting to be close to their family, the Hawkses decided to sell the Well Deserved, placing their ad in a magazine. That’s when they met the Deleons and their baby. Convinced he had a serious buyer Tom agreed to take Skylar and two friends out to test the boat, unaware that he would soon be forced to sign away the life he had worked so hard for to a man who hardly worked an honest day in his life.

“I don’t think anything was even 100-percent serious until it was too late,” Skylar says about that night. In the interview with 48 HOURS MYSTERY Skylar explains that it was actually his wife’s idea to kill the couple. “She threw it out there, ‘what if they’re not here?’ and I agreed.”

In the spring of 2005, Skylar and Jennifer Deleon and their two accomplices were charged with murder. The first to stand trial, Jennifer was found guilty and sentenced to two life terms. On April 10, 2009, Skylar Deleon was sentenced to death.

Tom and Jackie Hawks’ bodies were never found.

Correspondent Maureen Maher reports on “Dark Voyage” Saturday, May 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Jamie Stolz. Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note CLICK HERE to watch a preview of the broadcast. CLICK HERE to watch Maher’s Notebook. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.com.

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A 16-Month Investigation by CBS News’ “48 Hours Mystery” Raises Questions About the Amanda Knox Case

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Amanda Knox (L) and Douglas Preston (R)

A 16-MONTH INVESTIGATION BY CBS NEWS’ “48 HOURS MYSTERY”

RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CASE AGAINST AN AMERICAN GIRL

ON TRIAL FOR MURDER IN ITALY

“I WAS HIT IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD BY ONE OF THE POLICE OFFICERS,” SAYS AMANDA KNOX IN AN AUDIO TAPE OBTAINED EXCLUSIVELY BY “48 HOURS MYSTERY” BROADCAST ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11

In an exclusive audio tape obtained by CBS News’ 48 HOURS MYSTERY, American student Amanda Knox describes to an Italian judge what happened the night she was brought in for questioning in the murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher. “They kept asking me the same questions,” she recounts. “At a certain point the police began to be more aggressive with me…I was hit in the back of the head by one of the police officers who said she was trying to help me remember the truth.”

In addition to her claims that physical abuse led to her false confession, 48 HOURS MYSTERY, working with private investigator and 48 HOURS consultant Paul Ciolino, launched our own investigation. The 16-month probe raises serious questions about the key evidence, witnesses and forensic procedures in the case against Amanda Knox. Is this University of Washington honor student being falsely accused?

On November 2, 2007 Knox, who was studying for a semester in Perugia, Italy, was at the house when police discovered Kercher in her bedroom, semi-naked with her throat slashed. Within days she went from being a witness to a suspect in what prosecutor Giuliano Mignini called a drug-induced sex orgy gone wrong. After a 14-hour police interrogation, Knox told authorities that she and a local bar owner went to the apartment that night and the bar owner had sex with Kercher and then murdered her, a story that later proved false. “They threatened that I was going to go to prison for 30 years…They said I was lying,” she explains. “I was terrified, because I didn’t know what to do.”

Knox’s interrogation experience is echoed by best-selling author Doug Preston. In 2006, Preston was living in Italy writing a true-crime book about 14 serial killings that occurred in the Tuscan Hills between 1974 and 1985. Preston wrote The Monster of Florence with journalist Mario Spezi challenging investigators’ theory of the case. Prosecutors accused the authors of being involved in the murders and falsifying evidence.

“They hauled me in for an interrogation in front of Giuliano Mignini…About an hour into the interrogation the questions became very pointed and they became aggressive,” he recalls. They almost broke me down…I was terrified, my knees were shaking, I could barely walk.”

Preston was released without charge and left Italy. But as Knox’s trial enters its fourth month, Preston worries that she will be there for a very long time. “[Mignini] is absolutely determined to see her convicted…Public opinion is so against her that there will be an uproar if she is acquitted.”

Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on “American Girl, Italian Nightmare” Saturday, April 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. This broadcast is produced by Joe Halderman and Douglas Longhini. Peter Schweitzer is the senior producer and Al Briganti is the executive editor. Susan Zirinsky is the executive producer.

Editors’ Note: CLICK HERE to watch a preview of the broadcast, and CLICK HERE to watch Van Sant’s notebook. CBS News 48 HOURS MYSTERY broadcasts are now available on iTunes.com.

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