Sins of The City Episode to Unpack Murder of James Byrd Jr.

Sins of The City Episode to Unpack Murder of James Byrd Jr.
-A +A

Photo: YouTube

SILVER SPRING, Md. (November 18, 2022) – The new season of the true crime docu-series Sins of The City continues this Monday, November 21 at 10 p.m. ET/9C on TV One. The new episode uncovers the violent history in east Texas.

Jasper was one of the most racially progressive small towns in east Texas by 1998. The dragging death of James Byrd Jr. by three white supremacists reveals hidden racial divisions and makes Jasper’s name forever synonymous with murder and hate. Catch the story this Monday at 10 p.m. ET/9C on TV One.

Sins of The City is a close-ended docu-series exposing the underbelly of American cities and highlighting perplexing crimes that will forever alter the fabric of these communities. Through first-hand storytelling, Sins of The City depicts investigators working through the evidence to secure case leads, as narration and interviews capture the history behind each city’s woeful tale.  

SINS OF THE CITY is produced for TV One by Jupiter Entertainment. For Jupiter, Patrick Reardon and Deborah Allen serve as Executive Producers and David Lane is Co-Executive Producer. For TV One, Susan Henry and Allison Simmons serve as the Executive Producers in Charge of Production. Austyn Biggers serves as the SVP of Programming & Production.

For more information, please visit TV One’s Youtube Channel to check out exclusive content for Sins of the City. TV One viewers can also join the conversation by connecting via social media on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@tvonetv) using the hashtag #SINSOFTHECITY.

Also Check Out...

 Biden should go further and adopt additional law enforcement reform measures packaged into a new executive order
Biden’s SOTU Should Announce
 Lieutenant Mohammad Shahid Jenkins used excessive force on two inmates
Alabama Corrections Officer
criminal complaint was unsealed charging Sarah Beth Clendaniel, 34, Maryland, and Brandon Clint Russell, 27, of Florida
2 Charged In “Racially Motivated”
Black small business owners are optimistic about the financial trajectory of their business in 2023
Black Business Owners Are
 New York State Education Department (NYSED) is proud to recognize Black History Month
NY Dept. Of Ed Announces Black
sixty-five percent65% of Mississippians support restoring a ballot initiative process
Mississippi: Poll Shows Support To