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Dr. Oz investigates the brutal Central Park murder of 18-year-old Jennifer Levin in 1986 – committed by handsome prep school student Robert Chambers. Co-anchor of “Good Day New York” Rosanna Scotto weighs in on the trial that captivated the nation.
Robert Chambers admitted to murdering 18-year-old Jennifer Levin: but why did he do it? Rosanna Scotto shares his defense and reveals how the defense team shamed Levin in court.
Rosanna Scotto tells us how the defense team’s attack on Jennifer Levin’s reputation influenced the trial. She reveals that Robert Chambers spent three years in solitary confinement due to his bad behavior and the reason he is now back behind bars.
Alex Kapp, Robert Chambers’ girlfriend at the time Jennifer Levin was murdered, opens up about her relationship with him and details peculiar events leading up to that night. Hear how she found out about the tragic news.
Alex Kapp recalls her reaction to learning Jennifer Levin had been murdered and shares why she visited Robert Chambers on bail after he had been indicted for murder. She reveals the moment she knew that Chambers murdered Levin.
Alex Kapp tells us how Robert Chambers’ defense team destroyed Jennifer Levin’s reputation by creating a story around her promiscuity. She expresses the rage she felt – and still feels – towards the treatment of the victim.
Detective Wally Zeins – one of the first responders on the Central Park crime scene – details Jennifer Levin’s gruesome wounds. Det. Zeins reveals that Robert Chambers had not left the scene once police responded and was sitting on a bench nearby.
Detective Wally Zeins recalls the heartbreak he witnessed when he told Jennifer Levin’s parents about her death. He also shares details from one of the first interviews with Robert Chambers. Find out how Chambers was caught in a lie.
Detective Wally Zeins weighs in on the outcome of the Preppy Murder trial. Then, he shares why Robert Chambers is a callous individual and discusses Chambers’ past of being both an alcoholic and drug-dealer.
Jenny Carrieri – Jody LeCornu’s twin sister – shares how she keeps Jody’s unsolved case in the media decades later. The director of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, Sheryl McCollum, details the next steps in finding Jody’s killer.
Co-anchor of “Good Day New York” Rosanna Scotto recalls when she realized the Preppy Murder was going to be a huge story and she shares her most memorable moment from reporting on the case and how it still affects her today.
In 1986, the country was captivated by the case of the handsome prep school student, Robert Chambers, who strangled 18- year-old Jennifer Levin. What really happened that night?
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