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Go behind the scenes with Dr. Oz into a real-life murder investigation of a former army ranger. Find out how new medical technology plays a role in this 10-year-old case.
In 2008, Gary Smith, also a former army ranger, was convicted of murdering fellow former Army ranger Michael McQueen. Hear why Smith’s legal team chose to use a new medical technology in his retrial.
Dr. Oz explains the technology behind the fMRI machine. Then, Dr. Robert Huizenga explains why this new technology may be a game-changer for court cases.
Dr. Oz explains what fMRI machines are used for, including diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease. Then, Dr. Robert Huizenga explains how this technology could potentially tell if someone is lying or not.
Gary Smith’s defense attorney, David Moyse explains why they pursued fMRI brain scans in the case despite a low chance of the test results being accepted into a retrial.
Former Army Ranger Gary Smith, who was convicted twice for murdering his roommate Michael McQueen, opens up about the case and what he told authorities after McQueen’s death.
Gary Smith shares his version of events from the night Michael McQueen died and his message for Michael’s mom, Glenda McQueen.
In a video message, Glenda McQueen opens up about her son Michael McQueen and shares her opinion of fMRI technology, including its use in the investigation of her son’s death.
Glenda McQueen weighs in on the fMRI machine, its use in court cases, and why she believes this new technology does not prove whether or not someone is lying.
A special Oz investigation: Former Army Ranger Gary Smith was sentenced to 35 years in prison for killing his roommate, fellow Army Ranger Michael McQueen. Gary claims he did not kill Michael. Can new medical technology clear his name?
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