Investigation Discovery, the leading destination for true-crime programming, announced today that production has begun on an all-new original series, I Am Homicide, following homicide detective Garry McFadden. Detective McFadden is an officer unlike any other. Fully immersing himself in every corner of Charlotte to protect and serve the community, Detective McFadden uses his street smarts to work the neighborhoods and gather critical information for leads, no matter how dangerous. Chances are, when the call comes in, Detective McFadden knows those involved - whether it's the victim, the family members... or even the perpetrator. Every day, he risks his life by trusting the streets he calls home.
Runtime: 60 minutes
I Am Homicide - Jonathan Luna - Netflix
Jonathan P. Luna (October 21, 1965 – December 4, 2003) was an American lawyer found dead under mysterious circumstances in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania while serving as an Assistant United States Attorney in Baltimore, Maryland. Luna had been stabbed 36 times with his own penknife and then drowned in a creek next to his car in rural Lancaster County. Investigations have proven inconclusive, and there is debate on whether Luna's death was murder or suicide.
I Am Homicide - Inquest - Netflix
In early February 2007, a private investigator and an attorney, both hired by Luna's family, filed a petition for a writ of mandamus in order to force the Lancaster County coroner to conduct an inquest into Luna's death, after an earlier request was declined.
I Am Homicide - References - Netflix