Tim Hennis

September 18, 2010 by staff 

Tim Hennis, The trial of Timothy Hennis Fayetteville captivated for many years. Tim Hennis is a soldier who was accused of killing Kathryn Eastburn and her two daughters, Kara and Erin, leading to another son, John, standing by themselves. Then, 25 years ago, said he was innocent. He was convicted in the first trial, but appealed it and got a new trial. He was acquitted a second time. He left the army, he moved to Washington and went to live his life. But new technologies have allowed the forensic examination will be carried out DNA testing on crime scene, which indicates that there may be innocent in the end. Court this spring with the army led to another sentence. Exciting drama will be counted for the season premiere of “20/20. Producers interviewed John Eastburn, a child who survived, along with other local residents, including observers court reporter Paul Woolverton. You can see the familiar scenes of town, too. Wednesday, 10 pm ABC

“As the World Turns”

After 54 years of drama, this long lasting soap has become a victim of his time. Although our world will continue to rotate, this time will not start. Friday, February pm CBS

“Nate Berkus Show”: If you and your friends Oprah Winfrey, you can get your own talk show. At least so it seems to many friends of Oprah, including Nate Berkus Design. His talk show debuted this week. Today, he lands an interview with Elizabeth Edwards, who shares more of his fight with cancer and their alienation from her husband’s infidelity. And in case you’re wondering how it relates to the world of Nate Edwards opened a furniture business home in Chapel Hill. Friday, February pm NBC

“Real Time with Bill Maher” eighth season begins. Friday, October HBO pm

TBS canceled the “My Boys” after four seasons. Comedy was his final on Sunday.

“Outlaw” Missed the premiere on Wednesday? It reair in its usual place today.

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