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Snapped Bonus: Detectives, Journalists Call Cindy McKay’s Crimes ‘Unbelievable’ (Season 25, Episode 18)


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Detectives who investigated Tony Fertitta’s murder by Cindy McKay agree: Her many crimes were ‘unbelievable.’ McKay and Fertitta’s family members also agree that she should not get bail.

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Oxygen has staked its claim as the top network for true crime with shows like ‘Snapped’, ‘The Piketon Family M

In a world where true crime has caught the fascination of almost every eyeball, Oxygen has managed to stay ahead of the game. From being a network that was focused on lifestyle, entertainment, and reality shows, it has now become a full-time destination for all lovers of true crime in a matter of just two years. To say that Oxygen has done well would be an understatement when they’ve, in fact, flourished. And because of that, true crime documentary makers like Netflix and others have a lot to learn from them. 

Oxygen Media was founded in 1998 by former Nickelodeon executive Geraldine Laybourne, talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, and producers Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner and Caryn Mandabach. Until 2007, shows like ‘Campus Ladies’, ‘Bliss’, ‘Oprah After the Show’, ‘Talk Sex with Sue Johanson’, ‘The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency’, ‘Snapped’, ‘Girls Behaving Badly’ and ‘Bad Girls Club’ remained the highlight shows of

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Snapped Bonus: Hannah Stone’s Friend Reflects on Their Relationship (Season 25, Episode 13)


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Hannah Stone’s friend Jessica Stanley reflects on their relationship after Stone was arrested in connection with her mother Barbara Keim’s murder. In 2006, Stone pleaded guilty to helping plan and carry out the slaying, and she was sentenced to 100 years in prison.

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Snapped Bonus: Geraldine Jones Opens Up About The Slaying Of Samantha Fleming (Season 25, Episode 8)


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Geraldine R. Jones, her attorney Lisa Deley, prosecutor Steve Koester, and others speak about Jones’ motivations behind the slaying of Samantha Fleming and the abduction of her 3-month-old daughter. On May 4, 2018, Jones pleaded guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of criminal confinement for holding the mother and daughter against their wills.

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Snapped Bonus: The Case of Sharon Lee Halstead (Season 25, Episode 7)


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Members of law enforcement and others close to Sharon Lee Halstead recall her case and sentencing. Halstead was given a minimum of 75 years in prison for the murder of Lynnann Greene, the attempted murders of David and Nathaniel Greene, and the murder of Marston Lemke.

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Snapped Bonus: Sharon Halstead’s Son Opens Up About Mother’s Murder Victims (Season 25, Episode 7)


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Sharon Lee Halstead’s son H.M. Shively discusses his relationship with the Greene family. Sharon Lee Halstead was sentenced to a minimum of 75 years in prison for the murder of Lynnann Greene, the attempted murders of David and Nathaniel Greene, and the murder of Marston Lemke.

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Michael Days was murdered by ​Pamela Lawson and Lekev Spivey – Snapped: Killer Couples spotlights the case

Photo showing Pamela Lawson and Lekev Spivey in their police mugshots.
Pamela Lawson (L) and Lekev Spivey (R) plotted to murder Michael Days. Pic Credit: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

Michael Days was murdered in the home he shared with his girlfriend Pamela Lawson. Snapped: Killer Couples on Oxygen examines the case.

November 12, 2014, on West 46th Street, Cleveland and Lawson made a 911 call to report that her boyfriend, Days, had been shot by a masked intruder.

Lawson and Days had been living together and detectives initially thought she was a victim herself, perhaps being lucky to survive the attack.

Lawson’s two small children and Days’ six-year-old daughter with special needs were also present when the gunman burst in.

However, evidence soon emerged that Lawson had been texting another man, Lekev Spivey, about how they would kill Days. The texts also revealed that Lawson’s motive was that of revenge for

Read more at: https://www.monstersandcritics.com/true-crime/michael-days-was-murdered-by-%E2%80%8Bpamela-lawson-and-lekev-spivey-case-spotlight/

Michael Days was murdered by ​Pamela Lawson and Lekev Spivey – Snapped: Killer Couples spotlights the case

Photo showing Pamela Lawson and Lekev Spivey in their police mugshots.Photo showing Pamela Lawson and Lekev Spivey in their police mugshots.
Pamela Lawson (L) and Lekev Spivey (R) plotted to murder Michael Days. Pic Credit: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

Michael Days was murdered in the home he shared with his girlfriend Pamela Lawson. Snapped: Killer Couples on Oxygen examines the case.

November 12, 2014, on West 46th Street, Cleveland and Lawson made a 911 call to report that her boyfriend, Days, had been shot by a masked intruder.

Lawson and Days had been living together and detectives initially thought she was a victim herself, perhaps being lucky to survive the attack.

Lawson’s two small children and Days’ six-year-old daughter with special needs were also present when the gunman burst in.

However, evidence soon emerged that Lawson had been texting another man, Lekev Spivey, about how they would kill

Read more at: https://www.monstersandcritics.com/true-crime/michael-days-was-murdered-by-%E2%80%8Bpamela-lawson-and-lekev-spivey-case-spotlight/

Exclusive clip: Oxygen’s “Snapped” hits 400 episode milestone

A select number of series manage to hit the 100-episode milestone in today’s television landscape, but when Oxygen hits play on the latest episode of Snapped on Sunday night, the true crime hit will enter into an elite club.

Fourteen years after launching its first episode (Aug. 6, 2004), the critically acclaimed series from Jupiter Entertainment will broadcast its 400th episode across Oxygen on Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. ET/PT.

Snapped, which entered into its 24th season earlier this summer, serves as one of the longest running and most influential true crime franchises on television, and helped push NBCUniversal to transform Oxygen from a lifestyle and entertainment network into a true crime network for women in February 2017.

The series currently airs in more than 150 countries worldwide and features non-fiction narratives of women who have been convicted or accused of committing murder or attempted murder. Cases unravel before the viewer via narration and interviews

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Crystal Mangum ‘Snapped’: Durham woman in Oxygen TV show …

I don’t know how this one slipped past me: Durham’s Crystal Mangum was the subject of a “Snapped” episode on the Oxygen network earlier this month.

Mangum, of course, was the dancer at the center of the Duke Lacrosse scandal from 2006. But “Snapped” is primarily concerned with her 2013 conviction for the murder of her roommate and boyfriend Reginald Daye, who Mangum stabbed in 2011.

The episode features news footage and interviews with Durham Police Department crime scene specialist Al Brown, WRAL crime reporter Amanda Lamb, Raleigh attorney Joseph Cheshire V, friends and family members of Mangum and Daye, and others.

The episode aired on Oct. 7 and has been in reruns, so you can still catch it on TV. But if you can’t wait for the rerun to roll back around, you can watch online at Oxygen. It looks like it will be available online

Read more at: https://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/article220414750.html