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NEW YORK, March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- What drives someone to commit a crime? Find out the shocking details behind some of the most notorious true crimes of the 20th century as told by the authors who wrote the books. Astonishing tales of murder, mayhem, corruption and cover-up are exposed in TRUE CRIME AUTHORS, a six-part series airing Sunday, April 4th through Tuesday, April 6th at 8p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel. ADVERTISEMENT
MURDER IN GREENWICH with Mark Fuhrman (Sunday, April 4th at 8:00 P.M. ET/PT)
In 1975, the brutal murder of fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley shocked one of America's wealthiest communities making national headlines. Evidence points to Michael and Tommy Skakel, members of one of the town's most affluent families and the nephews of Ethel and Robert Kennedy, but for nearly a quarter of a century, no arrest is made. It isn't until former detective Mark Fuhrman's investigation uncovers a web of influence and shoddy police work that justice is done. His investigation leads to the discovery of evidence that clearly implicates Michael Skakel. As a result, shortly after the publication of Fuhrman's book, Skakel was indicted for the crime, found guilty and began a twenty-year prison sentence.