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Donal MacIntyre's Murder Files
Wednesday 17 July
22:40 CAT
The Killer Within
Wednesday 17 July
19:00 CAT
Black Widow Murders
Saturday 20 July
21:50 CAT
Teens Who Kill
Tonight on CBS Justice at 21:50 CAT

Series 1, Episode 4.
Sharon Louise Carr was convicted of the murder of Katie Racliffe, notable because she was twelve years old when she committed the murder.