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After Hours AM The returne of A&E's Cold Case Files

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On a compelling and emotionally charged edition of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code Radio — True Crime with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we dive into the newly revived COLD CASE FILES with exec producer Ari Mark. We talk with Ari at Top of Hour 2; in hour 1 Clarissa leads us through the week’s most riveting True Crime stories. One of A&E’s most iconic shows, COLD CASE FILES, returns with brand new cases and an updated personality, Thursdays at 10p/9c. The exhumed Cold Case Files explores compelling new cases that have been dormant for years, vividly presenting the original crimes and chronicling the journeys of the detectives who reopen them. The detectives reveal new twists and startling revelations for full viewer immersion into these tragic cases, then, aided by breakthroughs in forensic technology and the influence of social media, solve them, bringing long-awaited closure to the victim’s families and friends. COLD CASE FILES, “The Night Shift” premiering May 25 – In May of 1984, Brad Perry had recently returned to his small Utah hometown from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family could have never expected that when he left for work one night as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as “the peacemaker” in his family, was found tied up, stabbed, and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives had high hopes that they would catch the killers – they had two strong witnesses who provided a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses couldn’t pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly went cold. Nearly two decades later Brad’s brother, now a police

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