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    Cold Justice rocks even more!

     
    New episodes of Cold Justice recently began airing again on TNT. This series has captivated me since the beginning. While I've always loved true stories of detective work, Cold Justice breathes a new life into that genre. They show clearly that sometimes the bad guy gets away with it. But they also show that with some hard work and creative thinking, even the most seemingly clever of murderers can be caught years later.

    I have found myself numerous times so engaged in the episodes that I found myself crying. The most recent episode I watched had a grandmother find out the sex of her never-to-be-born grandchild. The mother of the unborn baby was killed when she was 7 months pregnant at age 17. The Cold Justice team was able to inform the grandmother that she would have had a grandson. It was so touching while the murderer was still at large but the grandmother was able to get some peace by knowing the sex of her grandchild.

    Every Friday night, I’m glued to my TV watching the newest episode. And then sometime over the weekend, I watch it again on-demand. I love watching the episodes in rerun as well especially since the Cold Justice team is really good at having updates added to their older cases. Many arrests have been made and hopefully many more will be too in the future.

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