Season 1, Episode 1
The execution-style murder of a Fountain Valley wife and mother shocks the OC, and leaves police with no leads on motive. The community bands together to find justice until a similar shooting reveals the truth behind a murder plot gone awry.
►► Subscribe to Oxygen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OxygenTV?sub_confirmation=1
►► Watch Full Episodes: https://oxygentv.app.link/GetOxygen
►► Oxygen Official Site: https://www.oxygen.com/
On Facebook https://facebook.com/oxygennetwork
On Twitter https://twitter.com/oxygen
On Instagram https://instagram.com/oxygen
Oxygen Media is a multiplatform crime destination brand for women. Having announced the full-time shift to crime programming in 2017, Oxygen has become the fastest growing cable entertainment network with popular unscripted original programming that includes the flagship “Snapped” franchise, “The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway,” “The Jury Speaks,” “Cold Justice,” “Three Days to Live,” and “It Takes A Killer.” Available in more than 77 million homes, Oxygen is a program service of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, a division of NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. Watch Oxygen anywhere: On Demand, online or across mobile and connected TVs.
What Happened To Jane Carver?
The execution-style murder of a Fountain Valley wife and mother Jane Carver shocked her community. But who was Jane Carver?
Capt. Christine Murray Discusses Receiving Valuable Advice From Colleagues
One of the most important things Capt. Christine Murray learned from her colleagues while working as an investigator with the Orange County Sheriff’s Dept. was to listen to alarm bells and if something doesn’t feel right, call for backup.
Who Was Jane Carver?
Jane Carver’s friends and family reflect on her life prior to her death.
What Was It Like for Women In Law Enforcement in the 1980s?
Capt. Christine Murray and Lt. Kim Brown discuss the experiences they had as some of the few women in law enforcement in the 1980s.