Sins Of The City Explores Sonny Liston’s Suspicious Death

Sins of the City reopens the sudden and suspicious death of Sonny Liston in Las Vegas.
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A new episode of the true crime docu-series Sins of The City airs this Thursday, July 29 at 9 p.m. ET/8C on TV One. This week, experts recount the unexpected death of former heavyweight champion boxer Sonny Liston.

Various experts, community leaders, family members, and the like, provide real-life perspective and insight into the cities profiled this season.

This episode of Sins of the City reopens the sudden and suspicious death of Sonny Liston in Las Vegas. The death being ruled a heroin overdose, however, there was no initial evidence of drug paraphernalia at the scene. As the investigation continued, other evidence began to appear which caused major conflict in the LVPD's integrity to solve the case. With this being such a high profile crime, the pressure is on to find out exactly what happened to the well-known boxing legend.

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 Jeff Collins and Deborah Allen (Executive Producers), and Victoria Duley (Co-Executive Producer) of Catalina Content, LLC. For TV One, Susan Henry is Executive Producer in Charge of Production; Donyell Kennedy-McCullough is Senior Director of Talent & Casting; and Robyn Greene Arrington is Vice President of Original Programming and Production.

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