Post by HeadMarshal on Aug 31, 2017 5:18:23 GMT -5
The same Youtube user who uploaded the Monica Leech murder case airing, has also uploaded the capture report for Derrick Owens (#482) from Sep 14, 1997. This has been previously uploaded to Youtube at some point by another user but I felt like mentioning it again. Hopefully this user has more segments to upload in the future.
Post by HeadMarshal on Nov 29, 2017 10:18:29 GMT -5
I found a commercial clip preview of the November 5, 1989 episode. It's at time stamp 25:41. John McDonald was featured on the episode. He was charged with the attempted murder of his girlfriend after being convicted of murdering his ex-wife and her lover and serving time in a mental hospital. I am assuming he was eventually caught at some point, although I can't find any information about his case online, just that AMW also aired him in 1991 according to IMDB.
I can't tell who this is, but I do know clips from that reenactment were recycled many times over the years. The scene with the guy getting shot and falling into the table I know was used during a Hopeton Brown segment.
EDIT: That third episode with the Manhattan Rapist was from 1997. The third preview during the intro is Michael Soutar, a serial con man who was caught just before this profile aired. He was given another profile in 2005 after he escaped from prison. And the profile after him is Leo Cisneros, who helped arrange the murder of his girlfriend's husband, whom she was divorcing.
Post by Scumhunter on Jun 14, 2018 19:58:27 GMT -5
Hello Jacobkeyshawn, welcome to the forum! (Also I am sorry for the initial rejections as I looked and saw you've tried to register in the past, usually blank registrations are rejected by default because of all the spambots we've had register for fake accounts to post vitamin advertisements and such lol). Thank you so much for finding these and I will definitely take a look!
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Post by Scumhunter on Jun 16, 2018 17:50:31 GMT -5
Oh wow, Waco, that brings back memories lol.
All of the known fugitives shown in the recap were captured including Direct Capture #287 Magaly Gonzalez. The one unknown suspect who killed people at a Bronx restaurant is too vague to know.
And even though he was an indirect capture, Adam Blue Galli still goes down in AMW history because of one of the most incredible coincidences in the show's history- in another broadcast on him, the people watching the show the Blue Parrot Cafe, where Galli had murdered a beloved chef, recognized the fugitive AFTER Galli, Kenneth Lovci, as the man who replaced the chef!(Lovci was a former police officer wanted for child molestation in Texas).
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No new clips, but I was able to confirm the episode featuring the Upper East Side Rapist: It's October 18, 1997. The episode clearly aired in 1997 (they say the rapist started in 1994, and said it was three years before the episode aired) and Leo Cisneros' only profile in 1997 was that date.
Don't know if these have been shared yet, but here's a few clips I found:
Commercial for the May 11, 2002 Cops Under Fire special edition. They show Armando Garcia's face, part of Jesus Maldonado's reenactment and the Behind the Badge feature on the undercover Alabama cop who got in a shootout with a drug suspect.
Entirety of the unsolved double-murder of La-La Brown and Kool-Aid Clayborn, which aired on February 20, 2010. Also includes 15 Seconds of Shame as well as the announcement of the 2010 All-Star contest.
Profile from 1994 or 1995 of Jonathan Watkins, who kidnapped a 13-year-old girl, drugged and raped her, then escaped before his trial could start. Watkins was captured in June 2002 after being accused of raping ANOTHER 13-year-old girl.