NBC News' Natalie Morales reports the story of reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman, who has been charged with the killing of his wife while on a family vacation in April 2010. 'Mystery at Moon Palace' airs Friday, February 17, at 10pm/9c.
In an exclusive interview with Dateline NBC, the 911 dispatcher who took the first call from the social worker outside of Josh Powell's home tells Keith Morrison, "it was horrible" to learn about the murder of Powell's two sons. The interview is part of a Dateline special airing Friday, Feb. 10, at 10pm/9c.
Courtesy of Maria Velazquez
Jon-Adrian Velazquez with his girlfriend and two sons a month before he was arrested in 1998.
Jon-Adrian Velazquez, convicted of murdering a retired NYPD officer in 1997, is serving 25 years to life in Sing Sing Correctional Facility. A 10-year Dateline investigation revisits all the key players in the case and poses the question: Could Velazquez be innocent? Luke Russert reports 'Conviction' on Sunday, Feb. 12, at 7pm/6c.
NBC's Dateline Correspondent Luke Russert discusses Dateline's upcoming documentary that follows the conviction of Jon-Adrian Velazquez, who's been in jail for 15 years for a crime he says he didn't commit. Jon-Adrian's mother, Maria, also joins Rev. Al Sharpton and says her son is innocent.
Sheriff Paul Pastor explains why the word "tragedy" doesn't describe what happened to Charlie and Braden Powell. This sneak peek is part of the full Dateline report with the latest details in the Powell case, airing Friday, February 10th, at 10pm/9c.
Keith Morrison reports from the burned down home of Josh Powell, who recently committed suicide while also taking the lives of his two young children. The full Dateline report airs on Friday, February 10th, at 10pm/9c.
Keith Morrison reports on the horrific developments of Josh Powell's murder-suicide that claimed the lives of his children Charlie and Braden Powell. This web exclusive is part of the full Dateline report 'A Family's Story' airing Friday, February 10th, at 10pm/9c.
Jon-Adrian Velazquez, convicted of murdering a retired NYPD officer in 1997, is serving 25 years to life in Sing Sing Correctional Facility. But a 10-year Dateline investigation revisits all the key players, asking the question – is Velazquez actually innocent? Luke Russert reports 'Conviction' on Sunday, February 12th, at 7pm/6c.