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During his storied career at the Houston Police Department, Detective Fil Waters made a name for himself in the interrogation room as an eminently skillful interviewer capable of getting stunning confessions from close-mouthed criminals. Using his ability to plumb the psyches of suspects and develop successful strategies for systemized interviews, the highly decorated law enforcement officer has helped solve more than 400 murder cases. Now, Detective Waters teaches interrogation techniques to police forces around the country. Known for his smooth-talking style, Waters uses strategic lines of questioning to lay out the facts of the case, leaving the perpetrator with no option but to tell the truth. In ID's "The Interrogator," Detective Waters recalls his most famous cases and showcases his interrogation techniques designed to convince suspects to lower their guards and spit out answers the police never saw coming.

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Two generations of Contreras family members are shot in broad daylight while they are working at their family-owned car dealership; Detective Fil Waters boils it all down thanks to an eyewitness, a scorned woman and a videotape.
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A teenager finds her neighbor, Rebecca Claybrook, beaten to death in her home; it is obvious to Detective Fil Waters that the victim knew her killer, and he puts the men in Claybrook's life under the microscope.
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A mother of two is shot to death outside her apartment complex just minutes after returning home from her 30th birthday celebration; after interviewing multiple witnesses and suspects, Detective Fil Waters uncovers a shocking lead caught on video.
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Jennifer McKinley, 28, is strangled to death in her bedroom while her young son sleeps; Detective Fil Waters learns the victim's mother was murdered 25 years ago in a case that has never been solved.
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After two Yellow Cab drivers are murdered in under a week, the city of Houston is thrown into a frenzy; Detective Fil Waters soon learns there are recordings of the same female voice luring the drivers to their deaths.
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A woman experiences her worst nightmare when her 12-year-old son is abducted on Christmas Eve; Detective Fil Waters soon learns that the child has gone missing before and will stop at nothing to solve the case.

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