I (Almost) Got Away With It DVD
SKU ID #299311
- Additional Details
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 2
- Studio: Discovery Channel
- DVD Release Date: August 9, 2011
- Genre: TV Series
- Release Date: 2009
Episode 1 - Got Revenge
Two-time murderer and escaped convict Marshall Brown committed his first contracted killing when he was 19, after a drug dealer put a hit out on Horace Morrison. Brown was soon convicted and spent the next 19 years in prison planning his escape. Using disguises, fake IDs and his skills as a hardened drug runner, Brown managed to move secretly around the East coast for years. Brown swore that he would stop at nothing, even kill again to remain a free man. This is the true story of a man out for revenge and his life on the run.
Episode 2 - Got Remarried
After an argument one morning, Michael McGuffey shot his wife point blank in the head. McGuffey turns to his mother for advice, who tells him to "Run, baby run!" McGuffey flees to Mexico, evading the cops by bus. With the financial support of his mother and a fake ID, Michael starts a new life. While in Mexico Michael remarries and fathers a child. The FBI is able to trace Michael by his bank records. And with the help of Mexican police, ambush him and bring him into custody, putting an end to his new life in Mexico.
Episode 3 - Got The Wrong Four People Killed
Scott Burnside hires a hit man to kill a friend's wife. But when the hit goes wrong, and four innocent people are found brutally murdered, Burnside goes on the run. Desperately trying to convince the police of his innocence, Scott sends police taunting tape recordings. Eventually Scott flees to a remote island near New Zealand. Despite living in a tropical paradise, Scott is unable to adjust to his new life and longs to see his wife and son. It is his contact with his mother that tips the Feds to his location and ends his life on the run.
Episode 4 - Got Dumped
Episode 5 - Got To Sing Karaoke
After forty years of marriage, Joe Crouch wakes up one morning and unable to tell his wife of their financial ruin, shoots her while she sleeps. After a phone call confession, he flees to Florida and with his new identity of a retired widower; he is able to evade the Feds for months. Crouch embraces his life as a fugitive and begins to fund his hobbies of golf and karaoke by robbing banks. Ultimately, it is his love of karaoke that gets him caught and puts an end to his life on the run.