There are approximately 15,000 murders per year in the United States, though only 15% of detectives dedicated to solving these crimes are women. TLC goes inside this gritty world, following the lives of three female homicide detectives in the major cities of Cincinnati and Atlanta. These women work relentlessly with their partners to bring closure to victims' families by pursuing the truth and putting the guilty behind bars. Viewers will join the investigation, witnessing their persistent efforts firsthand - exploring their challenges and sharing in their hard-earned triumphs.
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Women of Homicide - Internet homicide - Netflix
Internet homicide refers to a killing in which victim and perpetrator met online, in some cases having known each other previously only through the Internet. Also Internet killer is an appellation found in media reports for a person who broadcasts the crime of murder online or who murders a victim met through the Internet. The first known murder of a victim met online was in 1996. Depending on the venue used, other terms used in the media are Internet chat room killer, Craigslist killer, Facebook serial killer. Internet homicide can also be part of an Internet suicide pact or consensual homicide. Some commentators believe that reports on these homicides have overemphasized their connection to the Internet.
Women of Homicide - Internet dating - Netflix
According to Michael Largo, the author of Final Exits: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of How We Die, “Internet dating is becoming very popular, but since 1995, there's been[...] over 400 instances where a homicide has been related to the person that [the victim] met online.”
Women of Homicide - References - Netflix