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American Justice A Murder Before Homecoming (1992– ) HD online

American Justice A Murder Before Homecoming (1992– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Documentary / Crime
Original Title: A Murder Before Homecoming
Released: 1992–
Duration: 1h
Video type: TV Episode
The small town of Waurika, Okla. is rocked by the sexual assault and murder of a 16 year old girl at the hands of three of her acquaintances. American Justice examines the case with interviews from her mother and one of the accused.
Episode credited cast:
Lane Akin Lane Akin - Himself
Mike Cochran Mike Cochran - Himself
Tim Cole Tim Cole - Himself
Craig Crawford Craig Crawford - Himself
Gail Fulton Gail Fulton - Herself
Chris Hamilton Chris Hamilton - Himself
James Rasmussen James Rasmussen - Himself
Heather Rich Heather Rich - Herself
Randy Wood Randy Wood - Himself (archive footage)
Randy Wood Randy Wood - Himself

Reviews: [1]

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    This one is about as senseless as they come. The teenage Heather Rich went to hang out with her boyfriend and two other youths, got drunk, one of them took advantage of her drunken state to have sex with her, and decided to murder her to avoid her accusing him of rape. And would you believe the other two went along with it?

    It was a while before her body was found but clearly they weren't going to walk away from this. The only question was would two or all three of them be held to account? All three as it happened. The case made national headlines, probably because of its unusual features, most notably Randy Wood asking to meet with the parents of the victim. In spite of admitting his participation in the murder, Wood seemed to believe he was neither legally nor morally responsible. His lawyer told him otherwise, as would any intelligent layman. He wouldn't listen, and paid the price, although in view of the way Texas deals with convicted murderers, a promise of parole after forty years is not im practice much different from life without parole for most inmates.