Benita Alexander thought she had found her modern day Prince Charming.
Capping off a whirlwind romance filled with gondola rides in Venice and quiet dinners in the Greek islands, she was promised a wedding in the Italian countryside officiated by the Pope himself.
But the former NBC News producer would come to find out the hard way that even the most glamorous and convincing of appearances can be deceiving.
On Feb. 14, Investigation Discovery, in conjunction with Efran Films, will premiere the astonishing — and true — story of love gone wrong in a new documentary special called, He Lied About Everything.
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The two-part special details how Alexander, an award-winning investigative news producer, met Dr. Paolo Macchiarini while she was producing an NBC News special about
Earlonne Woods’s room is the size of a large walk-in closet. It has a toilet, a sink, two lockers, a bunk bed, and a handful of personal belongings. Plus, two grown men. It’s a four-by-nine-foot cell inside California’s San Quentin State Prison. Woods jokes that he can touch one wall while his back is still on the other.
He isn’t in it all day, though, and when he’s not, there’s a good chance you’ll find him in the prison’s media lab. That’s where he and fellow inmate Antwan Williams, as well as visual artist and prison