The Crimes That Changed Us
Andrea Yates appears to have the perfect family. But when her fascination with extreme religious ideas and hidden postpartum psychosis lead her to believe Satan is sending messages, she drowns all five of her children, and a media firestorm ensues.
At the 1996 Olympics, a security guard discovers pipe bombs and clears the area to minimize fatalities. Praised as a hero, the FBI then decides he fits the profile of a domestic terrorist, while the real villain continues his terror campaign.
When the parents of children in a California preschool are informed that their kids may have been the victims of sexual abuse, it sets off a chain of panic and catastrophic events that will put an innocent man on trial for the heinous crimes.
When a Hollywood executive and his wife are brutally killed in a wealthy neighborhood, suspicion falls on their two sons. Charged with the murders, the brothers reveal disturbing family secrets, and the scene is set for one of the most shocking trials.
A Mexican-American singer is on the cusp of international superstardom when one fateful visit to a Texas motel cuts her young life tragically short. Fans clamor for justice as police negotiators stand-off with an unlikely killer.
Louise Woodward, an 18-year-old au pair from Britain, is accused of murdering eight-month-old Matthew Eappen by violently shaking him. Her trial creates a media firestorm, searing the term "shaken baby syndrome" into America's consciousness.
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