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Truth About Murder With Sunny Hostin

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"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin brings her experience as a former federal prosecutor and current victims' rights advocate to her role as the host of a six-part series on Investigation Discovery. In the "Truth About Murder With Sunny Hostin," the legal analyst travels across the United States revisiting the country's most baffling cases. She interviews detectives, prosecutors, coroners, and victims' family members, delving into homicide cases that convulsed communities and gutted loved ones. Hostin travels to Santa Ana, Calif., where a man returned home to find his pregnant wife raped and murdered. She visits Galien Township, Mich., where a young mother was smothered to death and buried in a shallow grave near her home. She goes to Powder Spring, Ga., where a woman was shot execution-style in her kitchen. Hostin empathizes with victims' family members while highlighting the hard work of law enforcement personnel, detectives and attorneys who bring the guilty parties to justice.

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