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The most gripping hour of TV is here. Justice by Any Means plunges viewers into amazing true stories of brave African-American men and women who suffered unimaginable loss and then went toe-to-toe with the bad guys. Hosted by Faith Jenkins ("Judge Faith"), the show delves not only into real crimes but the lives of those that fought to bring the crimes to light.They are people like Atlanta native Sharon Williams, a struggling single-mom who took on local drug dealers, the Atlanta PD, a would-be serial killer, and her own community to put her daughter's killer behind bars; Marcelle McGee, a newlywed who stopped at nothing to track down the man who raped and nearly murdered her neighbor; then there's JoAnn and Emory McClinton, a quiet, God-fearing couple who spent more than two decades – and exhausted their life-savings – traveling the globe, setting up sting operations, and ultimately hunting down the man who murdered their daughter Lita.
Margaret Prescod was home watching the news one night when she heard a shocking story: eleven women had been murdered by a serial killer in southern LA, the city she called home. Margaret, a freedom fighter since the day she was born, wasn't about to sit and watch as more women became victims. Knowing the police weren't likely to take the deaths of lower income black women seriously, she founded the Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders and began an almost thirty year journey that would lead to one man's arrest—one man responsible for the deaths of potentially hundreds of women.
29-year-old Ronkeya Holmes drives from Georgia to Florida to pick up her 3-year-old daughter who was staying with her father for the summer. But when she doesn't return home, her mother Edith and sister Angel fear the worst. They drop everything and move to Florida to try and track her down, but someone they trust weaves a web of lies that hinders them for months from uncovering the horror that really happened.
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