Apr 23, 2018
In November 2006, a young
pregnant mother was found dead in her home near Raleigh, North
Carolina. Investigators immediately suspected her husband, who had
a seemingly rock-solid alibi - he was hundreds of miles away on a
business trip at the time of the murder. Or was he?
In Part 2, we finally hear
Jason's side of the story - but is it enough to keep him out of
Note: WRAL.com has some
fantastic videos from the trial and other interviews with people
involved in the case.
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