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For the first time, Dr. Oz goes behind bars to meet with Melisa Schonfield, a grandmother who was sentenced to prison for trying to hire a hitman to kill her daughter’s boyfriend. Find out what made her do it and what her daughter has to say.
Melisa Schonfield, a grandmother who was sentenced to prison for trying to hire a hitman to kill her daughter’s boyfriend, reveals the non-stop harassment that her daughter endured. Then, she reveals the fears that drove her to make a huge mistake.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo shares how good people can be pushed to the edge by committing a crime of passion or crime of protection. Then, she reveals how the man Melisa Schonfield tried to kill feels about the situation.
Dr. Oz interviews Melisa Schonfield to find out what went on leading up to her arrest. She shares details into how she went about hiring a hitman and what went through her mind when she got caught. Find out what still haunts her to this day.
Melisa Schonfield details the moment she was pulled over by cops right after paying a hitman to kill her daughter’s boyfriend. Then, Mara Schiavocampo shares her thoughts about the sentence and whether she considers her to be a true criminal.
Melisa Schonfield shares what her life was like prior to prison and how she was trapped in her marriage without realizing it. Then, she explains how prison helped her discover her true self. Find out what it’s like being one of the older inmates.
Melisa Schonfield explains how her loneliness may have caused her to develop fibromyalgia. Then, Mara Schiavocampo shares about Melisa’s restrictions and new life after she’s released from prison.
Dr. Oz shares a forensic investigation of one of the biggest homicides in history: the eight execution-style murders of the Rhoden family. Plus, crime correspondent Melissa Moore reveals a clue that may indicate a motive behind the murder.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore explains why it’s challenging to solve the Rhoden family murder case. Then, forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler shares three compelling theories about the crime.
For the first time, Dr. Oz goes behind prison walls to learn why a suburban mom and grandmother would do the unthinkable and what went through her mind when she got caught.