This just adds to the unauthentic nature of these exchanges. Each case is explored in-depth from a variety of angles. In some cases actual crime scene footage and pictures are shown. Clip 02:18 On The Case With Paula Zahn- A Tangled Past Clip 02:46 Paula Zahn: Attacked by Teacher Clip 03:52 Paula Zahn: Confessed Killer Clip 03:05 On The Case With Paula Zahn is currently available to watch free on Investigation Discovery and stream on. Zahn, who serves as the show's narrator, outlines the crime from beginning to end.
However, there are really bad clichés repeated over and over and the same footage is shown repeatedly. Family members relay in heart-wrenching detail the victim's life, family, their goals, dreams, and how it was all taken away in the blink of an eye. The show documents some of the most shocking and heinous crimes and mysteries that have taken place over the last several decades. Prosecutors and defense attorneys are interviewed to give their spin on the case and why the feel the accuser is either guilty or innocent. Zahn uses her over thirty years of investigative and reporting experience to dissect each case and shed light on all of the facts, regardless of where they lead. When interviewed, the accused never admit guilt but staunchly protest their innocence to Zahn regardless how damning the evidence. .
On the Case conducts interviews with law enforcement officials who work the cases, prosecutors, the victim's family members, forensic doctors - and, sometimes, the accused. Not only is Paula Zahn like a robot when she interviews these witnesses, family member and officials, I believe it is totally fake. The last segment of the show usually features excerpts from the perpetrator's trial. Although the loved ones can never escape the heartbreak of having their loved ones taken away, they can take some solace in the fact that the perpetrators will never see the light of day again. How self-absorbed not to get off her butt and actually meet these people face to face. On the Case With Paula Zahn is a crime and justice show hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn. Only could stomach one episode.
Police and forensic personnel discuss their investigative tactic, and how they are able to tie the perpetrator to the crime. When the guilty verdict is returned, friends and family members collapse with measured relief. The story begins with the crime, followed by the background of the victims. . . . .
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