Cold Blood 3 Seasons 2011

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Season 4
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1. Island of Lies TV-14 CC

An investigation into a 23-year-old Hawaiian tourist's rape and murder reveals a world of drugs and deception few vacationers ever see. And it's up to one lone detective to get the victims family some justice

Starring:
Alfonso Guerra, Samantha Brown
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
October 11, 2011

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Mystery, Documentary
Director P.J. Naworynski
Starring Alfonso Guerra, Samantha Brown
Supporting actors Tony White, William Butterfield, Vincent Bellon, Justin Bigelli, Paquito 'Paco' Hernaci, Andrea Lyons, Brook Fletcher, Philip Marchand, Carol McLellan, Steven Kollatos, Ryan Graham, Ron Butterfield, Reg Taylor, Alkin Emin, Joseph Recinos, George Ibrahim, Craig Cyr
Season year 2011
Network Investigation Discovery
Producers Jacqueline Bynon, Nick Godwin, Simon Lloyd, Simon Lloyd
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cestmoi on March 25, 2014
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All the episodes are suspenseful. They keep me wondering who the killers are and how the police can catch them. They are full of twists and surprises.

Episode "Island of Lies" shows a 23-year-old beautiful female tourist was hit by a car, raped and killed. It also depicts the uphill obstacles the police faced in the investigation. The difficulties were caused by lies made by multiple people who tried to frame each other.

Episode "Unnatural Causes" shows an 84-year old woman was raped and bloodily killed in a secured retirement home by a serial rapist. It spends time revealing what kind of person this lady was. It shows the touching bond between her and her daughters. So, this show also reveals the human side of the crimes.

Episode "Friend or Foe" has a shocking twist at the end. Yes, after watching it, I am not sure who are my friends and my foes any more. It is so much better than most of the thriller movies I watched before.

Episode "The Lost Boy" tells a heart-breaking murder of Adam Walsh, the only child of John Walsh, the host of "America's most Wanted" show. It proves how much the Walsh loved their child.

The best thing is all of these stories are true. They prove life is stranger than fiction. They are definitely worth watching.

I don't know why both Amazon and Netflix do not have season 1 and 2.

P.S.

As for the price, it is much cheaper to watch them on Netflix. For what I pay to watch 5 episodes on Amazon, I can watch 90 episodes in one month on Netflix.

I have also watched many similar true-crime shows such as: Catching Killers, CBS 48 Hours, Dateline NBC, Deadly Sins, Homicide Hunter, FBI Criminal Pursuit, I Almost Got Away With It, Motives And Murders, Nightmare Next Door, On the Case with Paula Zhan, Stranger In My Home, True Crime with Aphrodite Jones, Unusual Suspects, etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Einfeldt on March 25, 2013
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I found that the other seasons seemed better then this one. I would not buy it again.enjoy the other seasons better
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For most viewers of Arthur Dong's documentary "Licensed to Kill," the most memorable interviewee is Jay Johnson. His interview from that documentary is partially shown near the end of this episode. A man is shooting rainbow-flag men in cruisy parks and it turns out he's one of the children.

Why is it that murderers are so desperate for attention!? Instead of laying low, the murderer wrote some manifesto and made calls that eventually got him caught. I think the Zodiac Killer may have been the same way. Are senseless murders a cry for help? 'Cuz otherwise these dummies really need to learn how to shut up. Maybe I wasn't paying full attention, but this show seemed to suggest that a fully Black man was sitting in jail for awhile until they found the real criminal, a biracial brother. If you think about colorism and hate its effects that fact may eat at you.

Some of the facts in this work really point to how members of oppressed groups need to address problems within these communities. One example here is when a victim who survived originally gives false evidence because he was embarrassed that he had sex with an older man. Unlike the Dong documentary, Mr. Johnson's status as a transracial adoptee is not brought up. Some says that such adoptees, and closeted males, and biracial individuals sometimes have identity issues. It's sad that Mr. Johnson had to struggle with all three; but it's equally said that he lashed out in evil and unethical ways. On the other hand, I was not to see an interviewee who was the son of a rainbow-flag man and was not ashamed of the fact.

The program had two slight flaws. At one point, an interviewee says "2001" when he meant "1991.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott Kline on March 1, 2012
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If you live in the Grove you will love this story. Anyone here during the early 00's remembers this from TV. It shows the literally immediate contrast in neighborhoods. One second your in lush architectural beautiful surroundings, then you pass the stop sign and your in literal cracktown. Then 60 seconds later your back in luxury area. It's pretty intense and this showcases it pretty well. The story keeps you guessing till the end. You should always keep in mind - a person who gets dirty some times is not a murderer - they are just dirty. this story emphasizes that when all is said and done.
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