REAL INTERROGATIONS

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Upcoming episodes

Mar 24th
1100p

Deadly Betrayal

In a wealthy neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mimi Bernard, mother of four, is found brutally stabbed in her home. The only person at home at the time is her 14-year-old son, but cops quickly dismiss him as a suspect. Instead, they concentrate on her ex-husband Paul Bernard, a brilliant management consultant, whom she had divorced 3 years earlier. But Paul tells police he at home alone writing a book when his ex-wife was killed. Police then focus on a man who Mimi met while ÒSpeed Dating.Ó They even get an anonymous email, filled with details about the murder. The mysterious message sends them scrambling to rivers, bars, and libraries across two states, but in the end, it turns out to be a wild goose chase. The investigation turns back to MimiÕs ex-husband Bernard, when they discover she was suing him for thousands of dollars of child support. And now his own family turns against him. In a recorded phone call, his son accuses him of murder Ð and Bernard never actually denies it. Bernard remains under suspicion for an entire year Ð and he even moves 600 miles away to Virginia Ð before cops decide to take a chance prosecuting him, even though they donÕt have any physical evidence. Now, can Paul Bernard outwit a jury and slip away?
Mar 24th
1130p

No Reason to Die

When a construction worker in Manteca, California finds the body of 18-year-old Renee Ramos hidden in the corner of an unfinished building, investigators have just one suspect: her boyfriend Jake Silva. But Silva claims that he didnÕt have anything to do with the murder, and volunteers to take a polygraph test to prove his innocence. To investigatorsÕ surprise, Silva passes the test with flying colors, and detectives soon find themselves in hot pursuit of the one person who is rumored to have witnessed the crime.
Mar 25th
1200a

Deadly Deal

In Calhoun County, Michigan, retired veteran Michael Fisk is found beaten to death in his living room. His apartment has been ransacked - and after investigators find that Fisk has been selling prescription drugs illegally, their suspicions turn to Simon Baker, a self-confessed drug user who admits to being at MikeÕs house at the time of the murder. But Baker insists that he is not to blame, and before long police find themselves witness to a bizarre display in the interrogation room that shows just how far a killer will go to mask his trail.
Mar 25th
1230a

String of Lies

When an anonymous caller reports 68-year-old Rika Schenck missing, police turn to her estranged husband Richard Schenk for help in tracking her down. What at first seems like a straightforward tale of a wayward wife running off with another man, soon leads investigators down a twisted road of rumors and lies Ð and they must use their best interrogative know-how to get to the truth behind RikaÕs disappearance. Watch as trained investigators use the power of interrogation to cut through a web of deceit and manipulation. What really happened to Rika Schenck, and can investigators get to the truth before it is too late?
Mar 31st
1100p

Too Young To Die

In a sleepy Idaho town, high-school junior Cassie Jo Stoddart is stabbed to death one weekend while house-sitting for a relative. Police have little to go on, but their suspicions quickly turn to the last people to see her alive: her boyfriend and two classmates. As the suspectsÕ alibis fall apart one by one, police must use their sharpest interrogative skills to find out which one of the boys is the real killer Ð and in the process, they unearth a shocking videotape that could help them seal the case and put CassieÕs murderer behind bars.
Mar 31st
1130p

One Killer Too Many

When teenager Katie Hamlin is found murdered and burned by the roadside, Georgia cops think her killer was an acquaintance, Jamerson Mangrum. He was the last caller to her cell phone, and his DNA is on her body. When questioned, Mangrum talks about a party that got out of hand, but points the finger at another man, Roberto Rocha. Rocha tells a detailed story about how he and Mangrum dumped KatieÕs body. But later, airline records prove he was in Brazil when she was killed! Why would he make a false confession? How did he know these details? And who actually killed Katie? Watch actual interrogation footage, and see how words and body language help investigators create a powerful case for murder.
Apr 1st
1200a

The Devil's Lair

In a New Mexico desert town, a car burns out of control Ð and when they douse the flames, cops open the trunk and find the body of 45-year-old Barbara Lumsey. A tip leads cops to a woman, Patricia Sipes, who confesses she drove the car, but she wasnÕt alone. She says there were six people involved in Barbara LumseyÕs murder, and they were led by a powerful drug dealer named El Diablo. Cops sweep through town, picking up each suspect. They have horrific stories to tell about a 10-hour beating. The coroner adds another awful detail: Barbara was alive when she was burned. Finally, the mastermind El Diablo is collared. A smooth talker, he says two women killed Barbara. El Diablo is cunning and charismatic, can he control a jury the way heÕs controlled other people?
Apr 1st
1230a

Dead Man's Riddle

When police find 24-year-old Manuel Garcia lying in his kitchen with a knife in his chest, there is only one witness who can tell them what happened - his girlfriend Johanna Andrez. Johanna claims that Manny killed himself in a drug-fueled rage, and the evidence seems to bear her out. But one detective believes there is more to the case than meets the eye, and starts a lonely quest for the truth that shakes his confidence and tests his interrogation skills like theyÕve never been tested before.