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  1. #1
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    Aussies, channel 10 tonight.

    "there are shades of the infamous JonBenet Ramsey murder case in this episode of Law and Order. A 12-year-old girl with a million-dollar modelling contract is found dead and apparently sexually assaulted in her parent's upmarket home. The body is discovered by her father - the catch is, he moves the body and cleans it before calling police, and a top defence attorney and a media scrum aren't far behind the boys in blue.

    The cops are outraged when the father is acquitted of murder. But 10 years on, the plot thickens when a two-bit career hood makes a death-bed confession to the crime, implicating another in the process. The initially sceptical cops revisiting the case are aware their professional judgement is on the line; they're equally cognisant of the political pressure not to reopen the case unless they can be absolutely certain of courtroom victory."

    http://www.smh.com.au/news/tv-review...701559809.html

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    "there are shades of the infamous JonBenet Ramsey murder case in this episode of Law and Order. A 12-year-old girl with a million-dollar modelling contract is found dead and apparently sexually assaulted in her parent's upmarket home. The body is discovered by her father - the catch is, he moves the body and cleans it before calling police, and a top defence attorney and a media scrum aren't far behind the boys in blue.

    The cops are outraged when the father is acquitted of murder. But 10 years on, the plot thickens when a two-bit career hood makes a death-bed confession to the crime, implicating another in the process. The initially sceptical cops revisiting the case are aware their professional judgement is on the line; they're equally cognisant of the political pressure not to reopen the case unless they can be absolutely certain of courtroom victory."

    http://www.smh.com.au/news/tv-review...701559809.html
    Hey there - Charlie thanks for the info .

  3. #3
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    Thanks for the heads up Charlie

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    Ok thanks for that Charlie.
    I missed it because I don't watch Law and Order and didn't read your post until this morning.
    Anyone see Lost, I missed that too!!