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'The Mysterious Death of Jacob Limberios'

On March 2, 2012, 19-year-old Jacob 'Jake' Limberios was fatally shot in the head. The coroner ruled his death a suicide, but Jake's parents say the details don't add up. Two witnesses face Jake's parents to clear the cloud of suspicion that they say still follows them as a result of the parents' allegations. Will they agree to take a polygraph test?

Tuesday, June 10 ***ADVISORY: GRAPHIC IMAGES***

'The Mysterious Death of Jacob Limberios: The Polygraph Results'

The family of 19-year-old Jake Limberios continues to search for answers into his shooting death in March 2012. Two witnesses at the scene, Brittany and Will, say Jake accidentally shot himself, and they're tired of being under suspicion. They agree to take polygraph tests. What will the results reveal?

Wednesday, June 11

'My Mother-in-Law Destroyed My Marriage'

Joey and Amanda are in the midst of a divorce, and Joey blames his mother-in-law for destroying their marriage -- but why? And, Ashley says her husband, Matt, had an affair with one of her friends, and now she's afraid to let him out of her sight. Can she learn to trust him again, or are they better off apart?

Thursday, June 12

'A High School Homecoming, a Rape and a Ruined Relationship'

Brianna, 25, claims she was raped 10 years ago and that her mother, Bridget, coerced her into sharing her story with the national media -- creating backlash from her peers. Can they fix their fractured relationship? Plus, best-selling author Mitch Albom shares a personal experience and offers advice for living a life without regret.


'Double Trouble: Teen Sisters Out of Control'

Kristen says her nieces, Danielle, 15, and Jessica, 18, are angry, violent, out-of-control teens, and she's afraid they could end up in jail -- or dead. Whom do the teens blame for their bad behavior?

NOTE: Schedule is subject to change.


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