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TOPIC: 20/20

20/20 25 May 2016 22:12 #9932

  • Alicia.W.
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I'm currently watching 20/20. I love this show, I watch 20/20 and Dateline almost on a nightly basis. This particular episode is really sad. This man named Rusty Sneiderman ends up dead. And they convict this man that Rusty's wife was having an affair with. But the jurors and the family members of Rusty believe the wife of Rusty have something to do with his death. But, they have no proof. The actual wife wasnt convicted of anything having to do with the death of Rusty her husband. Only thing she was caught and guilty of was cheating on her husband. They interviewed some of the jurors that worked on that particular case and they stated how they had trouble sleeping at night and felt guilty because the wife wasnt put in jail as well. They also need more proof to convict. It made me realize how ha=rd and emotionally draining it could be to be a juror on a case. Especially a case that has to do with murder.
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