Murphy's Justice has filmed two pilots!
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PILOT #1 The Susan Powell Case
PILOT #2 The Sheila Deviney Case
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Tonight on Murphy's Justice case of Sheila Deviney, found burned to death in her Maysville, Oklahoma home in January, 2004. Her death was originally categorized as an accident, but later deemed a homicide which is still unsolved. Through the years the family of Sheila Deviney have tirelessly sought justice, all the while meeting obstacles along the way as her case has grown cold.
Sadly this case is all too common. Victims of intimate partner violence who seek custody of their children and have taken steps to end a relationship before, during or as in Sheila Deviney's case after a divorce are silenced by their abusers.
There is a $50,000 reward being offered to anyone who comes forward with information that will put the killer(s) behind bars. But first, the good people of Garvin County need to start demanding answering because as of now Sheila Deviney's homicide case is not being investigated.
Murphy's Justice is an American television series featuring cases of intimate partner violence, stalking homicide and those who suddenly vanish without a trace. An investigation television program with top experts in their field from around the country. It is devoted to missing mothers, unsolved and suspicious deaths, mothers and women leaving their abusive relationships along with solutions for those involved in domestic violence relationships. Show host Susan Murphy-Milano connects the dots bringing a voice to those silenced behind closed doors in this country.
“What hurts the survivor most is not the cruelty of the oppressor, but the silence of the bystander”- Eli Weisel