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The controversial death of a Philadelphia teacher will get national attention on the Dr. Oz show this week.
An episode dedicated to the death of Ellen Greenberg will air on Thursday,
Here’s a description of the episode:
“The controversial death of Ellen Greenberg has rattled minds for years. She was found stabbed 20 times inside her locked apartment and her death labeled a suicide. Her parents speak out about why they believe she was murdered and how they are fighting to get her case overturned to be a homicide.”
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A post on the Justice for Ellen Facebook page indicates the show will reveal new evidence.
Greenberg, 27, was found in 2011 locked in her Philadelphia apartment with a knife plunged into her chest and many other stab wounds. Her death was ruled a homicide by the medical examiner two days later but was then ruled a suicide several weeks later.
Greenberg’s parents, Josh and Sandee, have since sought answers about their daughter’s death. Guided by former Pennsylvania attorney general Walter Cohen, they hired three prominent medical examiners to review the case. Retired Dauphin County detective Tom Brennan has also agreed to work pro bono to re-investigate the case.
He’s a Liar, a Con Artist and a Snitch. His Testimony Could Soon Send a Man to His Death.
Paul Skalnik has a decadeslong criminal record and may be one of the most prolific jailhouse informants in U.S. history. The state of Florida is planning to execute a man based largely on his word.When Detective John Halliday paid a visit to the Pinellas County Jail on Dec. 4, 1986, his highest-profile murder case was in trouble. Halliday, who was 35 and investigated homicides for the local sheriff’s office, had spent more than a decade policing Pinellas County, a peninsula edged by white-sugar-sand beaches on Florida’s Gulf Coast, west of Tampa. It is a place that outpaces virtually all other counties in the nation in the number of defendants it has sentenced to death.
The case has also gotten national media attention from outlets such as theand .
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