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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.
Billy Frietag is a free-spirited young man who spends the warmer months working the family fruit and vegetable farm, and travels when it's cold. Tragically, it's his openness and generosity that lead to strange set of events which culminate in his death.
Charisse Christopher escapes her abusive husband and creates a safe home for her young children; several months later, the police are summoned to Charisse's apartment where they find a horrific crime scene which isn't quite what it seems.
It was an ordinary day at Chardon High School in Ohio, full of the fights, laughs and boisterous behavior that fill the corridors of any high school; then, all that changes when one young man shows up with violence on his mind.
College athlete Kayleigh Ballantyne is violently attacked while returning home one night; as she battles for her life, she is unaware that elsewhere in the city an investigation is already underway following the discovery of a young woman's body.
After Shirlee Sherman, 57, and Thomas Hunter, 11, are found stabbed to death in an upscale home in Omaha, Neb., suspects and clues are in short supply; it will take detectives five years to zero in on a perpetrator, but not before he kills again.
After her abusive husband moves out, Amanda Storms is grateful for the help of friend Andrew Shepherd until a night of violence turns their worlds upside down.
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