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Impact of Murder utilizes the emotionally gripping victim's impact statement delivered in court as the driving storytelling technique. Through a victim's own words, viewers understand the horror they endured or the significance of the life that was taken, providing an acute understanding of the collateral damage of murder. Impact statements act as a source of strength for those who may feeling helpless after a senseless tragedy, showcasing the empowerment that they feel when they stand up in court to address the perpetrator.
Accountant Botham Jean's dreams of returning to St. Lucia to become Prime Minister are cut short in 2018 when he is shot in his apartment. Now, Botham's brother relives the moment he hugged Botham's murderer in an astounding act of forgiveness.
In Colorado, a 911 dispatcher receives a call from a woman in distress; seven-months pregnant, another woman has slashed her throat; as the dispatcher uncovers the horrific event linking these women, she forges a fast friendship with the victim.
In Newfoundland, 19-year-old Greg Parsons ushers in 1991 by wishing his estranged mother Catherine a happy new year; two days later, Greg is charged with her murder.
In West Haven, Conn., mother of four Corrinna Martin learns that her daughter Alyssiah is missing. After an exhaustive, state-wide search, a discovery confirms Corrinna's worst fear, and a murder investigation is opened. As a pattern of abuse against Alyssiah is uncovered, Corrinna vows to help other victims of domestic violence. When a suspect is identified, it looks like the family may finally find justice. However, the lack of physical evidence results in two successive hung juries. Everything rests on the outcome of a third trial. Just weeks before the third trial is set to start, an unbelievable tragedy devastates the family yet again. It becomes more important than ever for one mother to see justice served and to keep the memory of her loved ones alive.
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