Thursday, March 6, 2008

20/20

As far as I know, 20/20 has their interviews scheduled to air this Friday. I think it will only be a 20 minute segment in the hour-long show, though. That's really not much time to adequately cover both sides, but that's just their format, I suppose. I pray that 20/20 will do a fair job and not trade truth for drama.

UPDATE:
I just came across this "press release" on this website --

DID A POPULAR BAPTIST MINISTER MURDER HIS WIFE? JIM AVILA'S REPORT AIRS ON "20/20," FRIDAY, MARCH 7 AT 10:00 P.M. ET
Plus: Actress Tori Spelling Speaks
Exclusively to Elizabeth Vargas; Brian Ross Probes Claims of Man Who Says He May Be JFK's Love Child; John Stossel Previews Upcoming "Age of Consent" Report

Was the untimely death of a Baptist preacher's wife really a suicide, as the justice of the peace first ruled, or was the perfectly healthy mother of two murdered by her husband? In an exclusive television interview, ABC News Senior Law and Justice Correspondent Jim Avila asks Matt Baker, the popular Baptist minister from Waco, Texas, why Kari, his seemingly fine wife, would commit suicide, leaving behind two daughters. He says that she was depressed and "could never let go of Kassidy," their daughter who died from a brain tumor when she was 16 months old, almost a decade ago. But Kari's family suspected foul play and the police took another look into the private lives of the Baker family. Will the secrets revealed lead to a murder charge for Matt Baker? The report airs FRIDAY, MARCH 7 from 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET on the ABC Television Network.

2 comments:

KM said...

The show that will really matter will take place in court.
KM

Shannon said...

Exactly. Everyone ready?