"AMERICA'S MOST WANTED" VISITS THE DARK SIDE OF THE CITY OF ANGELS
Broadcast from Los Angeles Features Hunt
for Serial Killer Targeting Victims on L.A. Streets
for More Than Two Decades
(October 29, 2008) � Television's premiere crime-busting show takes viewers into the not-so-glamorous side of Hollywood as AMERICA'S MOST WANTED: AMERICA FIGHTS BACK helps hunt for a truly frightening fugitive in Los Angeles Saturday, Nov. 1 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
AMW host John Walsh and special guest LAPD Chief William Bratton will share the latest developments in the case of "The Grim Sleeper," a serial killer who earned his nickname after committing at least 11 violent murders in the 1980s, only to resurface and strike again 13 years later in 2007.
Walsh will also take viewers to the mean streets populated by the city's homeless, and ask them to help solve the brutal and senseless murder of John McGraham. McGraham was a fixture on the streets of L.A.'s Koreatown neighborhood, a man who'd been given a raw deal by life but was making the best of it. The community considered him to be one of their own, and protected him as best they could. In early 2007, someone doused the helpless man with gasoline and set him ablaze, leaving him to die in the streets.
AMW has helped law enforcement capture more than 1000 dangerous criminals. The series is produced by STF Productions, Inc., and Lance Heflin is executive producer.