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Ross murder investigation to air on Court TV

May 26, 2006

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More on the Carmin Ross murder

Court TV (Sunflower Broadband Channel 48) will air a program at 9 p.m. tonight about the 2003 murder of Lawrence-area resident Carmin Ross. The episode, titled "Deadly Lesson," will be shown on the program "The Investigators."

Her ex-husband, Kansas State University professor Thomas E. Murray, was convicted last year in the killing.

Here's the description from Court TV's web site:

"The town of Lawrence, Kansas is rocked when local resident Carmin Ross is found murdered in her home. While crime scene investigators immediately get to work processing a puzzling crime scene littered with evidence, detectives start looking into Ross' background. The focus of the investigation quickly shifts to a custody dispute Ross was in with her ex-husband, a professor named Tom Murray. Will investigators be able to match wits with the professor and put a killer behind bars?"

It's the second network to produce a segment on Ross' killing. Last year CBS' 48 Hours aired a show that documented Murray's trial in Douglas County District Court.

Comments

bearded_gnome 7 years, 11 months ago

was rather well done program, I thought.

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gerbilsniper 7 years, 11 months ago

I think it was done well, but i still can't believe the Douglas County Investigators could solve anything.

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offtotheright 7 years, 11 months ago

Do you really think that she is on the couch with a bowl of popcorn watching? Come on!

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Kathy Gragg 7 years, 11 months ago

it is not just about her watching it, others who may not know about it will and then she gets to hear about it. Charles starkweather was a infamous killer, he has been dead a long time, there atre starkweathers who wer4e not even alive when he murdered and was executed; yet they bear the brunt, people avaoid them, won't hire them and talk about them; that is what happens when people make a huge public issue of such a painful mess. The child does not need this, she is already scared

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snuffysmif 7 years, 11 months ago

She doesn't have to watch the television if she doesn't want to. It is lilkely that she is aware just how interesting this particular case is anyway.

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Kathy Gragg 7 years, 11 months ago

Does the child rally need to have her mother's murder and father's trial televised, aren't her loses enough?

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MerryPresent 7 years, 11 months ago

Wow! I'll stay in town to watch that. I was fascinated by that case. It was so unbelievable that Tom Murray would lose it like that.

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