‘Justice By Any Means’: TV One Launches Riveting New Crime Series Featuring Cold Cases Solved By Family, Civilians
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‘Justice By Any Means’: TV One Launches Riveting New Crime Series Featuring Cold Cases Solved By Family, Civilians

Justice By Any Means is a riveting new true-crime series that TV ONE is rolling out tomorrow night. The long-awaited show formerly entitled Unstoppable, will tell the stories of people who have fought for justice for their murdered loved ones. It will be hosted by Faith Jenkins. With Investigation Discovery in the lead for true-crime documentary programming, TV One gives them some stiff competition by creating their own crime-based shows particularly geared toward the African American audience.

Justice By Any Means comes on the heels of their hit show Fatal Attraction, which tells the stories of love gone wrong. In Monday night’s Justice By Any Means, you’ll see common people taking up the investigation, where law enforcement has fallen off due to lack of evidence. Often family members, these individuals breathed new life into the unsolved cases by either putting pressure on investigators to find the killers or by locating the killer’s identity for themselves. You’ll hear first hand accounts of how these tenacious justice seekers examined the case and sought out clues that helped them piece the puzzle together, according to Futoncritic.

Some of the crime stories that will be profiled on Justice By Any Means, include the 2001 case of Sharon Williams, a distraught mother who stopped at nothing to find out what happened to her missing 19-year old daughter, Demetria Hill, and the identity of her killer. You’ll also hear from Richelle Ransom, an Alabama woman who investigated the case of her missing sister, 32-year old Rosaline Ransom Lee, who was later found dead in a lake in Pontiac, Michigan in 2013.

When Chauncey Bailey, a journalist for The Oakland Post was killed by Devaughndre Brousard for exposing the practices of local bakery shop owner Yusuf Bey IV, several journalists decided to investigate who was behind his brutal murder.

TV One’s Justice By Any Means will also profile the case of Roshenna Crowder, a 25-year old mother who was gunned down in a home invasion in 2011 by Demario Little. Look out for the case of Marcelle McGee, a newlywed who searched until she found the identity of a man who raped and almost killed her neighbor. Another compelling case that Justice By Any Means will cover is the story of JoAnn and Emory McClinton, a couple who searched all over the United States to track down the man who they believed was responsible for the death of their daughter, Lita McClinton.

Justice By Any Means is produced by Jupiter Entertainment. Make sure you watch on Monday, December 7 at 10/9 p.m. central on TV One. Below, you’ll find some information about the host, Faith Jenkins, as well as the official tease for the show.

Justice By Any Means: About Host Faith Jenkins

“Judge Faith’s legal career has spanned over a decade in New York — from working as a wall street litigator to a tough New York City prosecutor. Originally from Louisiana, Judge Faith graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Louisiana Tech University (where she was also the first African-American woman to win the title of Miss Louisiana Tech University) and a J.D. from Southern University law school in Baton Rouge, LA where she ranked #1 in her law class. As Miss Louisiana 2000 [and] placing 1st runner up at Miss America 2001, Faith Jenkins became a distinguished young leader in America.”

“The most gripping hour of TV is here. “Justice By Any Means,” plunges viewers into amazing true stories of brave African-American men and women who suffered unimaginable loss and then went toe-to-toe with the bad guys. Hosted by Faith Jenkins (“Judge Faith”), the show delves not only into real crimes but the lives of those that fought to bring the crimes to light.”

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