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"Lies, Crimes & Video" is an eight-part documentary series making viewers privy to the 911 calls, interrogations, jailhouse recordings, body camera, and surveillance videos captured as part of criminal investigations. HLN's true crime series shows the rescue of Kala Brown who is found chained inside a storage container as well as the disturbing images of a killer lurking in the hallways of a church where fitness instructor Missy Bevers is found murdered. This raw docu-series lays bare all of the lies, wrongdoings and shocking behaviors -- all caught on camera.

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Fitness instructor Missy Bevers is stabbed and bludgeoned to death while setting up for an early-morning workout class at the local church; surveillance cameras capture a series of images of her killer lurking in the hallways.
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Todd Kohlhepp's double life is exposed after police rescue a young woman chained like a dog inside a shipping container on his property.
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Chris Watts is convicted of murdering his wife and two daughters; secret videos document the chilling murders from start to finish, revealing lies, an affair and a cover-up.
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Beautiful college lacrosse player Yeardley Love is found murdered in her apartment, then the police arrest a member of a wealthy, prominent family, stunning the community.
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Sasha Samsudean, 27, is found strangled to death in her luxury downtown Orlando, Fla., apartment; shocking surveillance video and a slew of clues ultimately lead investigators to the killer.
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Model Tara Lambert hires a hit man to kill her husband's ex-wife and put her in a wood chipper, but she doesn't know that cameras are rolling.
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A registered sex offender lures Cherish Perrywinkle, 8, away from a Walmart, and that's just the beginning of a night of terror, all caught on camera.
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Shayna Hubers and Ryan Poston have a match made in heaven, then Ryan winds up dead in a pool of blood with a gunshot wound to his face; stunning interrogation tapes leave police in disbelief and lead investigators to a surprising motive.

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