Cold Justice

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TNT Renews Cold Justice for Season 3

Justice will be served. Again. And it will be cold! TNT ordered a third season of Cold Justice on Wednesday, meaning criminals who think they got away with their wrongdoing had better watch out (or at least make sure they're presentable for television).

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Season 2, Episode 18
Kathy Taylor, 23, was a happy, vibrant young woman with her whole life ahead of her. In October 1973, she married the dashing, gregarious 22-year-old Earl Taylor. The couple had a short courtship, fell in love and quickly wed. On April 2, 1975, Earl reportedly returned home from some errands and called out for Kathy, but got no reply. He told police he found his wife submerged in the bathtub, an electric clock radio sunk beneath her. She was declared dead from an apparent electrocution and drowning, although questions have lingered about how Kathy died and why. To this day, Kathy's 82-year-old mother Maxine and sister Bonnie still are searching for the truth. Last winter, the Cold Justice team helped Vigo County Sheriff's Office Captain John Moats and Detective Eric Fell in the investigation of the 1998 murder of Erika Case, and in January, Clint Mackey, who'd been a prior person of interest, was arrested for Erika's murder after giving a detailed confession. Cold Justice and the Vigo County Sheriff's Office are teaming up once again, and Captain Moats hopes they'll be able to resolve what really happened to Kathy. After almost 40 years, this will be the oldest case the Cold Justice team has taken.

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Season 2, Episode 17
Alma Noffsinger, 29, was an attractive, fun-loving mother of three young children. She was recently divorced from her second husband, Steve, and the two were in a custody battle over the child they had together. Throughout Alma's marriage to Steve, she maintained a good relationship with her first husband, David, the father of her two older children. David's new girlfriend was reportedly unhappy with their close contact. On Dec. 17, 1981, a neighbor noticed that Alma's front door had been open all morning. Concerned, she walked inside AlmaÂ?s house, calling out for her when - to her horror ? she came upon a lifeless Alma lying face-down in her bed. There was blood all over the room. Now, almost 33 years later, after being approached by Alma's family, newly elected Paulding County Sheriff Jason Landers has re-opened Alma's case and assigned two seasoned investigators to it, Deputy Robert Garcia and Lt. Brion Hanenkrat. During the past months, they've formed a close relationship with Alma's family and have vowed to put whoever is responsible behind bars.

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Season 2, Episode 16
Robin Stone, 17, was a good student with a close-knit family, but then she found out she was pregnant. Robin told her parents that the father was a boy from school she had been dating. On August 27, 1991, Robin was 7-months pregnant when she received a call. She told her mom she was going to help a classmate with homework. It was the last time her mom saw her alive. Robin's car was found later that evening near Luburgh Lake in Guernsey County, but there was no sign of her. A missing persons investigation quickly got under way, but it wasn't until December 28, 1991, that hunters stumbled upon Robin's remains near the lake. Her body was so badly decomposed that they were unable to determine the cause of death. When Sheriff Michael McCauley was elected in 2000, he put a renewed focus on cold case investigations and assigned Detective Sam Williams to re-open Robin's case. Detective Williams was around the same age as Robin and was attending high school in the next town when she was killed. He remembers the impact it had on the community and is determined to get justice for Robin and her family.

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Season 2, Episode 15
On November 20, 1987, Margie Pointer dropped off her 5-year-old son at her babysitter's house but never returned to pick him up. Her car was found in a Holiday Inn parking lot, a place she would often park to carpool to work. Witnesses saw Margie having breakfast with an unknown male at the hotel restaurant. She and the man supposedly were holding hands, but at one point, she pulled her hand away as if he upset her. Margie and the man left the restaurant together, and that was the last time she was seen alive. Margie's husband was working overseas in Japan, and it was rumored that she was having an affair. Police officials were left with no evidence and no body, and the investigation went cold. On March 18, 2004, a forest-thinning crew stumbled upon her remains in the Cloudcroft woods about 20 miles from her home. Her body was identified through dental records, but no official cause of death was determined. Lieutenant Roger Schoolcraft from the Alamogordo, N.M., Police Department reopened Margie's case after the remains were found and has been obsessed with it since. He hopes that with the Cold Justice team's help, he'll be able to solve it.

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TNT Renews Cold Justice for Season 3

Justice will be served. Again. And it will be cold! TNT ordered a third season of Cold Justice on Wednesday, meaning criminals who think they got away with their wrongdoing had better watch out (or at least make sure they're presentable for television).

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Watch This Tonight: Cold Justice

Former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary try to solve a nearly 30-year-old murder on Friday's episode of TNT's Cold Justice.

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Exclusive Cold Justice Sneak Peek: Can Yolanda and Kelly Crack a Case from 1983?

On the winter finale of TNT's Cold Justice, former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and former crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary head to Jasper County, Iowa to try to drudge up new clues in a double homicide that has haunted the town for three decades.

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TNT Announces Summer Premiere Dates for Rizzoli & Isles, Murder in the First and More

TNT has announced the premieres for its summer shows, including Rizzoli & IslesDallas and Franklin & Bash. The network also revealed the series premiere date of Murder in the First, a new crime drama from Emmy winner Steven Bochco that stars Taye DiggsKathleen Robertson and Tom Felton.

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Chicago Fire Boss Dick Wolf Calls Out Congress Over Government Shutdown

Dick Wolf, who even describes himself as the "least political person I've ever met," is taking issue with Congress over the government shut down.

"It was a terrible couple of weeks for the country as a whole," Wolf told reporters during an event for his NBC series Chicago Fire on Monday. "I mean how could people act this way? It's... read more

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Premiered: September 03, 2013, on TNT
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Premise: Two female investigators try to solve cold-case murders in this unscripted crime series. Dick Wolf is an executive producer.

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