Briscoe is accused of taking part in a Jewish conspiracy to frame an anti-Semitic suspect.
A young Idaho man confesses to a vicious murder. But did police steer Christopher Tapp to make a false confession, and send the wrong man to prison? And, white supremacist Buford Furrow goes on a killing spree in Los Angeles.
A deranged man goes on a killing spree near Moscow. Alexander Pichushkin seeks to become Russia's most prolific serial killer. Plus, New York art dealer, Larry Salander, swindles his big-name clients.
Police discover a man shot dead in his home after they receive a call from his worried mother. The search for the killer leads them on a two-year investigation spanning several states. Because many of the witnesses were admitted drug users, investigators need hard physical evidence to prove their case. That evidence comes in the form of a rare gun and the victim's beloved dog.
A postcard allegedly written 40 years earlier is found in a German archive, implicating a refugee who sought asylum in the United States after World War II.
Just weeks before a witness is to testify against the man accused of sexually assaulting her, she is murdered in the front yard of her own home. Investigators immediately suspect her attacker, but they don't have enough evidence to prove his guilt. It would take fifteen years and advances in forensic science and DNA testing to lead police to her killer.
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