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FRED DINENAGE: MURDER CASEBOOK

Gordon Cummins: Blackout Ripper

Cummins was an RAF pilot of noble birth who went on a rampage killing four women during the Second World War in just six days. Described as Ôa savage sexual maniacÕ it is thought that the women he targeted had questionable morals and that Cummins was on a mission to clear LondonÕs streets. He was hanged on the 25th June 1942 at Wandsworth prison.
FRED DINENAGE: MURDER CASEBOOK
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I SURVIVED

April/Mark/Jesse

This no-frills series presents chilling first-person accounts from people who overcame deadly situations, allowing the survivors to describe the events as they unfolded and how they made it out alive.
I SURVIVED
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I SURVIVED

Sharon/Patrick/Renee

This no-frills series presents chilling first-person accounts from people who overcame deadly situations, allowing the survivors to describe the events as they unfolded and how they made it out alive.
I SURVIVED
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I SURVIVED

Sydney/Dr.Roger & Dena/Jennifer

This no-frills series presents chilling first-person accounts from people who overcame deadly situations, allowing the survivors to describe the events as they unfolded and how they made it out alive.
I SURVIVED
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I SURVIVED

Susan/Brent/Denise

This no-frills series presents chilling first-person accounts from people who overcame deadly situations, allowing the survivors to describe the events as they unfolded and how they made it out alive.
I SURVIVED
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ANIMAL RESCUE HEROES

Episode 15

Check out these dedicated people around the world who help sick, injured or abused animals. The program also instructs children on the proper care of animals and provides safety tips on how to care for all kinds of creatures in the animal kingdom. The show is aimed at children and families who want to learn about animal treatment, care and protection.
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ANIMAL RESCUE HEROES

Episode 16

Check out these dedicated people around the world who help sick, injured or abused animals. The program also instructs children on the proper care of animals and provides safety tips on how to care for all kinds of creatures in the animal kingdom. The show is aimed at children and families who want to learn about animal treatment, care and protection.
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DOG TALES FAMILY EDITION

Episode 7

This episode features stories about Training dogs and Rasising Huskies
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DOG TALES FAMILY EDITION

Episode 8

This episode features stories about Prisoners grooming dogs and Dog Hyrdo Therapy
1200p

DOG TALES FAMILY EDITION

Episode 9

This episode features stories about Dentist cleaning and Helping dogs in Sri Lanka
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DOG TALES FAMILY EDITION

Episode 10

This episode features stories about Police dog training and Dog packs
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New Detectives

Tools of Death

Tool marking: A tool used to commit a crime can often be the same tool used to solve it. The pattern a machine leaves on an item, the unusual way a tool crimps a wire, and even something as innocuous as the shape of a wood chip can lead to a killer.
New Detectives
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New Detectives

Out of the Grave

New forensic techniques used to solve old cases: Advancement in science and technology are encouraging people to revisit the past in hopes of answering questions that have remained unanswered, and solving crimes that seemed unsolvable. Techniques from the 20th century are applied to cases from as far back as ancient times.
New Detectives
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New Detectives

Infallible Witness

High tech forensics: Investigators are always on the cutting edge of new forensic techniques that can help them solve cases more accurately. An experimental "brain fingerprinting" technique has already won the acquittal of a police officer accused of a drug charge. Solving crimes by computer and robotic police offers provide investigators allow crime-solving to take on a new-age dimension, and provide safer and more efficient ways to capture an embezzler, a drug-dealer or a killer.
New Detectives
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New Detectives

From the Ashes

Arson investigation: Insurance torchings, mob burnouts and arson murders: These crimes are designed to take all clues with them. But a solid case can be built from a heap of ashes. Arson investigators do everything from gathering physical evidence to mounting undercover and sting operations.
New Detectives
500p

Forensic Factor

Dead Mans Hollow

A retired fireman on a morning bike ride notices a burning bundle in a farmer’s field…and recognizes the smell of burning human flesh. Investigators at the scene find an unrecognizable body, a distinctive lighter, 2 pairs of latex gloves and the box they came in, paper towels and torn scraps of an office memo. State of the art forensics, dogged police work, and some extraordinary turns of events lead police to the murder scene - the medical room of a ball bearings factory, and the arrest of a former armenian mafia thug turned english family man for the brutal murder of his cruel ex-boss.
Forensic Factor
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Forensic Factor

Bike Path Rapist

On september 29, 1990, the body of twenty-two year old college student, linda yalem, is discovered off a bike path in a suburb of buffalo, new york. Yalem has been raped and strangled with a garrote. Dna evidence recovered from her body allows police to link the crime to six other recent rapes in the buffalo area. But other than dna evidence police have little to go on; the murderer remains at large. Over the next sixteen years, attacks slow but do not stop. There is another rape and two more murders. Then advances in dna technology and clues culled from unsolved rape cases lead police to the unlikely killer and rapist. He’s buffalo suburbanite, altemio sanchez. Sanchez is a pillar of the community: Married, with two children, and active in church and little league.
Forensic Factor
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Forensic Factor

Knock Knock Youre Dead

Summer, 2001 and southern louisiana is held in the terrifying grip of a serial killer whose initial ‘hot zone’ is the louisiana state university area of baton rouge. The number of victims is growing and all are attractive, successful young women -- women whose mainstream, “low risk” lifestyle should never put them on the radar of a killer. But this is the hardest kind of serial killer to catch -- impulsive, always changing his m.O.
Forensic Factor
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Forensic Factor

Sniper

For 23 days in october, 2002 a sniper terrorizes the washington dc area, shooting thirteen people and killing ten. The victims are ordinary people doing routine activities.
Forensic Factor
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BLOODWORK

Digging Deeper

Meet Rocye D. Wilson, known to his colleagues as "Rayce." As the Director of Forensic Services for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's office he is knee deep in every homicide scene in Tampa, Florida. When a decomposing skeleton is found near bullets on a hiking trail, all he and his team have to go on are a few discarded beer cans and a shoe print. As they search the scene for evidence, how will they determine what was left by the criminal and what may have been left by innocent hikers?
BLOODWORK
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BLOODWORK

Crime Bites

Like fingerprints, everyone's teeth are unique. But is this true of animals as well? A man gets in a fight with a dog owner, who attacks him with a 2 by 4. After the man falls to the ground, the assailants' two pit bulls converge on the victim. The body is found dead, covered in dog bite marks. Who killed the man? Was it the blow from the 2 by 4? Or the dogs? Forensic Odontologist Dr. Ira Tutunik is a tooth detective, who identifies crime victims by their teeth, and criminals by their bite marks. The shape, size, alignment of teeth, even the chips and cracks and fillings tell stories.
BLOODWORK
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BLOODWORK

Who Will Clean This Bloody Mess?

Murder isn't pretty. When investigators are done collecting evidence they leave behind a bloody mess. That's when Ron Gospodarski and his Bio-Recovery crew step in. From grieving family members to brain matter that won't wash off, Bio-Recovery knows how to deal with it all. On call 24/7, they clean up what no one else will go near: crime scenes, death, accidents, body parts and blood. This is the scene of the crime that most people never see.
BLOODWORK