Details of 2-hour documentary about Zhang Yingyings case made by US media

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 Details of 2-hour documentary about Zhang Yingyings case made by US media


According to ABC TV, the documentary will last two hours and will be broadcast for the first time on Friday (15th) at 9:00 p.m. (10am on 16th Beijing time). The documentary details the whole case, including how the murderer, Brent Christensen, worked with the FBI to become an undercover agent, secretly recorded a confession and eventually helped to uncover the whole case.

At the same time, the documentary recorded Zhang Yingyings last appearance in public vision, and exclusive interviews with Zhang Yingyings parents and fiance, and with Christensens father, Michael Christensen. Anthony manganaro, the main agent of the case, and Eugene Miller, the chief prosecutor of the case, also showed up in the documentary.

American media visited China and the United States in depth to produce a two-hour documentary about Zhang Yingyings case. (source: ABC TV station)

In June 2017, Zhang Yingying, 26, studied at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. At 2:4 p.m. on June 9 of the same year, she disappeared in a black Saturn car. On June 30 of the same year, the FBI announced the arrest of Christensen. On June 24, 2019, the jury found him guilty of kidnapping and death. On July 18, 2019, a jury sentenced Christensen to life in prison. Unfortunately, the murderer was not sentenced to death and refused to give the whereabouts of the victims remains. On August 2, 2019, Steve Beckett, a lawyer representing Zhang Yingyings family, said that he learned from the prosecutors office that Zhang Yingyings body may be in a landfill in fermilian County, central Illinois, more than 30 minutes drive from Champagne, Illinois. A spokesman for the landfill said they would cooperate fully with the investigation if necessary. Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Du Shuo, nb12556

In June 2017, Zhang Yingying, 26, studied at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. At 2:4 p.m. on June 9 of the same year, she disappeared in a black Saturn car. On June 30 of the same year, the FBI announced the arrest of Christensen. On June 24, 2019, the jury found him guilty of kidnapping and death. On July 18, 2019, a jury sentenced Christensen to life in prison. Unfortunately, the murderer was not sentenced to death and refused to give the whereabouts of the victims remains.

On August 2, 2019, Steve Beckett, a lawyer representing Zhang Yingyings family, said that he learned from the prosecutors office that Zhang Yingyings body may be in a landfill in fermilian County, central Illinois, more than 30 minutes drive from Champagne, Illinois. A spokesman for the landfill said they would cooperate fully with the investigation if necessary.