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Holton documentary on TV SundayPosted Friday, April 17, 2009, at 1:51 PM
An edited version of "Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead," the documentary on convicted child killer Daryl Holton's case, will be shown at 9 p.m. Sunday on MSNBC.
Holton, who murdered his four children in Shelbyville in 1997, was executed in 2007.
Blecker talked to Holton on numerous occasions before the execution.
See more at www.robertbleckerwantsmedead.com.
The documentary, listed as 94 minutes in full-length form, was shown at a few movie festivals and art-house theaters earlier this year.
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