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Death Row Stories is a series of one-hour documentaries. Each episode attempts to unravel the truth behind a different capital murder case. Executive produced by Alex Gibney and Robert Redford and narrated by Susan Sarandon, these stories call into question various beliefs surrounding America's justice system and the death penalty.
|S01E01||Edward Lee Elmore: Innocence and the Intern||09/03/2014||Tenacious legal intern Diana Holt, comes across the case of African American handyman, Edward Lee Elmore and devotes her life to saving his when he is quickly found guilty in the murder of an elderly white widow and sentenced to death.|
|S01E02||Gloria Killian: Ride to the Rescue||16/03/2014||Joyce Ride, the mother of Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut, becomes intrigued by the case of former Sacramento law school student, Gloria Killian who has no prior criminal record and was found guilty of a brutal home invasion and murder.|
|S01E03||Joe D'Ambrosio: Blood & Water||23/03/2014||No one listened to 27-year old Army vet Joe D'Ambrosio's pleas of innocence in the 1988 murder of Tony Klann, until Father Neil Kookoothe began investigating and discovered a shocking cover-up.|
|S01E04||James Duckett: Killer Cop||30/03/2014||Detective Marshall Frank attempts to exonerate his fellow cop James Duckett, who is sentenced to death for the rape and murder of an eleven year-old girl.|
|S01E05||John Thompson: Rough Justice in the Big Easy||06/04/2014||When petty criminal John Thompson is convicted on capital murder charges, two successful Philadelphia lawyers agree to represent him, but soon discover that their legal rules don't necessarily apply in New Orleans.|
|S01E06||Kris Maharaj: Murder in Miami||13/07/2014||In 1987, Kris Maharaj receives the death sentence for a double homicide, but attorney Clive Stafford Smith uncovers powerful evidence that supports an alternative, opening a virtual Pandora's box of the city's lucrative illegal operations.|
|S01E07||Timothy Hennis: Double Jeopardy||07/09/2014||Evidence emerges causing many to question the guilt of Army sergeant Tim Hennis who is sentenced to death for the murder of the wife and two children of an Air Force captain; a bizarre and unprecedented journey through the American justice system. First, jurors ruled him guilty. Then he was declared innocent. Later, another court's verdict was guilty. The remarkable story of Timothy Hennis and the stabbing deaths of a mother and two small girls is full of shocking legal twists and turns. Experts call it a one-of-kind murder mystery that has yet to be fully solved.|
|S01E08||Nathan Dunlap: Eye For An Eye||07/09/2014||The case of Nathan Dunlop, who was sentenced to death for the 1993 murders of four people at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Aurora, Colo.|