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Dr. Oz shares how fitness trackers have been used to catch suspected killers and help families get justice. Crime Online founder Nancy Grace explains how fitness tracker records can help save lives by providing evidence and a tracking location.
Crime Online founder Nancy Grace shares how a fitness tracker was used to prove Richard Dabate was guilty of murder. Plus, she explains how a fitness tracker played a role in the arrest of Anthony Aiello, who was accused of killing his stepdaughter.
Nancy Grace shares insights about the Nicole VanderHeyden murder case. Then, she explains how VanderHeyden’s boyfriend Douglass Detrie, a suspected killer, was proven innocent after his Fitbit records showed he was asleep at the time of her murder.
Dr. Oz reveals how GPS fitness tracker data recorded the eight-minute brawl between Kelly Herron and a sex offender. Then, Kelly shares details about the attack that took place on her run and what motivated her to keep fighting.
Reflecting on photos of her injuries, Kelly Herron describes how she found the strength to fight off her attacker. Herron also shares a piece of advice for women who fear being attacked.
In their first-ever daytime TV interview together, Jessie and Mary Jo Buttafuoco speak out about their family’s infamous tragedy in 1992. True crime author Aphrodite Jones shares how this case impacted the Buttafuoco family.
Mary Jo Buttafuoco’s daughter Jessie Buttafuoco reveals how she learned her mother had been shot by Amy Fisher, her father’s mistress. Then, she opens up about what it was like growing up facing public scrutiny and judgment.
Jessie Buttafuoco reveals what it was like visiting her father in prison, knowing he was housed with murderers. In addition, Buttafuoco describes her current relationship with her father, as well as the burden she now shoulders.
Jessie Buttafuoco reflects on her desire to change public opinions about her family. She shares how the years of suppressing her emotions led to alcoholism, drug abuse, and an eating disorder. Plus, she explores why her mother stayed with her father.
Mary Jo Buttafuoco opens up about the pain and agony she hid from her children and the guilt that she carried after the tragedy. Plus, she addresses her daughter Jessie’s struggle with alcohol and the moment she finally acknowledged her issue.
Dr. Oz recounts Mary Jo Buttafuoco’s visit on his show last season with Dr. Babak Azizzadeh, whose plastic surgery techniques restored her partially paralyzed face. See the before and after photos of Mary Jo’s face.
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