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After Hours AM with True Crime Journalist Tony Harris

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On a pulse-pounding and highly interactive edition of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we preview this weekend’s IDCON True Crime extravaganza with event emcee and star of Investigation Discovery’s SCENE OF THE CRIME, Tony Harris. We speak with Tony Hour2; In Hour 1, we plow through the week’s most titillating True Crime news. Investigation Discovery (ID) just announced the final lineup for IDCON, the network’s second annual sold out True Crime extravaganza taking place this Saturday, May 20 at NYC’s iconic Altman Building. TONY HARRIS, Emmy Award-winning journalist and host of ID’s SCENE OF THE CRIME, will emcee the event, guiding attendees through the day’s jam-packed schedule, which includes panels headlined by beloved ID personalities, sneak peeks at upcoming programming, and one-of-a-kind interactive experiences any super sleuth would die — or maybe kill — for. IDCON’s doors open at 9am with festivities running from 10am-5pm. In addition to the panel lineup, fans will have a day of exclusive access to their favorite ID personalities with two separate meet and greet sessions throughout the day. Additionally, con-goers can explore interactive experiences including the “Liar! Liar! Liar!” polygraph demonstration; “Be an Eyewitness” photo competition game; an “Evidence Board” displaying the facts behind the real-world unsolved murder of Chandra Levy; and an exclusive “Become the Notorious Headline” photo booth. All $40 ticket proceeds for IDCON will be donated to New York’s Silver Shield Foundation, an organization which provides educational support to families of firefighters and police officers killed in the line of duty. ID viewers unable to make the trip to New York will be able to watch select panels via the network’s Facebook Live streams, an