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Death at the Mansion: Rebecca Zahau

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A vibrant young woman is found dead, hanging naked, bound and gagged, in the courtyard of her billionaire boyfriend's Coronado, Calif., mansion, just two days after his 6-year-old son suffered a shocking accident. The sheriff rules her death a suicide, claiming she was distraught over the young boy's grim prognosis, but after seven years of endless public intrigue and speculation, a wrongful death suit holds someone accountable. In the wake of the civil verdict, Prosecutor Loni Coombs, crime journalist Billy Jensen, and forensic criminologist Paul Holes embark on a fresh look at the case. Meeting with experts, family members, witnesses, and never-before-interviewed law enforcement officials, they create a case file with compelling new evidence and present it to the San Diego Sheriff's Office for review.

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As the team of experts finalize their theories on Rebecca's death, the Zahau family remains hopeful, and a civil trial verdict prompts the San Diego Sherriff's Department to make a long-awaited announcement.
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A team of experts examines the people around Rebecca the night she died, as they continue their search for the truth behind her suspicious death.
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A team of experts examine Rebecca Zahau's mindset at the time of her death; experts ask the question about whether or not the crime scene was staged to look like a suicide.
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A young woman is found dead, hanging naked outside her billionaire boyfriend's Coronado mansion, 36 hours after his young son's tragic accident; the sheriff ruled her death a suicide, but a team of outside experts is taking a second look at the case.

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