Deceiving Innocence: The Roger Coleman Story
An examination of the remarkable case of the man who skillfully convinced an army of supporters that he had been wrongfully convicted of murder--until DNA proved that he was guilty of the crime almost two decades after he was executed. After Coleman was sentenced to death for killing his sister-in-law, he insisted that he had been railroaded, and he became the poster boy for members of the anti-death penalty movement. But they were shocked when the DNA results were announced, and our cameras are there at the very moment they learn that Coleman had been guilty all along.
Sunday, December 8 @ 3:00PM
Sunday, December 8 @ 5:00PM
Wednesday, December 11 @ 8:00AM
Saturday, December 14 @ 9:00AM