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Crime Beat - Season 1 Episode 1 - Meika Jordan: The Broken Princess

Crime reporter Nancy Hixt reviews the case of Meika Jordan, a six-year-old girl whose life was tragically cut short; Nancy reveals the details of this case and the evidence uncovered by investigators in their quest for justice.

Genre: Documentary , Crime

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Country: Canada

Episode: 1/9 eps

Duration: 45 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2020

IMDb: 10

Season 1 - Crime Beat
2020-04-25
"Teenage sisters Marsha and Tamara Ottey were stabbed to death in August 1995; months later, Dimitrija Trajceski became the first TTC worker killed on the job. Caryn Lieberman shares the story of how these two families' lives became intertwined."
2020-04-18
"Catherine McDonald looks back at the impact of the murder of Jodan Manners, who was gunned down at a C.W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute hallway."
2020-04-11
"With two people dead and a two year old missing, a small community in the Rocky Mountains is broken."
2020-04-04
"Alicia's disappearance leads to one of the largest missing person searches in Ontario's history; reporter Catherine McDonald reconnects with Alicia's mother to tell the tale."
2020-03-28
"Coaxed from her home for a photoshoot, a promising young athlete never returns: Caryn Lieberman brings us through the DNA breakthrough that cracks the case to a mother's national safety campaign."
2020-03-21
"After a year studying abroad, Lukas Strasser-Hird had dreams to be a doctor; he went out with friends to celebrate when he arrived home, but no one could have predicted how dangerous the situation was to become."
2020-03-14
"Dismembered remains belonging to a child are uncovered, and Alan Carter returns to the scene of the crime 20 years later, reuniting with the lead detective and a community coming together in grief."
2020-03-07
"Crime reporter Nancy Hixt reviews the case of Meika Jordan, a six-year-old girl whose life was tragically cut short; Nancy reveals the details of this case and the evidence uncovered by investigators in their quest for justice."