On tonight's episode of Prime Crime, a private investigator named Taylor Wright suddenly goes missing. Authorities have several different theories, persons of interest in mind, and even considered whether Wright disappeared on her own. Yet, it's the police interviews of Wright's friend, crime scene technician, Ashley McArthur, that changes the whole game. As we weigh how strong the evidence is against the government's main suspect, we also hear from the prosecutor and defense attorney in this case. #TaylorWright AshleyMcArthur #PrimeCrime HOST: #JesseWeber 🤍JesseCordWeber You may already have access to the Law&Crime Network! Find out here: 🤍lawandcrime.com/where-to-watch/ No access? That’s okay! Subscribe direct to Law&Crime here: 🤍lawandcrime.com/subscribe/ Watch Us Live On Peacock Daily Free: 🤍🤍peacocktv.com/watch/home Click on Channels & Scroll Down to Law & Crime Network
Greed is a terrible idea
I'm sorry for taylor
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If. Thingy was digging up a box she could have shot her in the back of the head or clouted
Yes cuz you learn how to do it right by the mistakes they make is how you do it.knowing what not to do is how you learn it right.
Just a cold stare from a heartless evil woman
Um, the title is clickbait.
She was prosecuted. Where’s the “perfect” ?
How is this the perfect murder? Didn't she bury her on her own property after leaving a massive trail of clues that guaranteed that she would be caught? Plz explain which part of this crime you think was perfect 🤣
I know at first everyone thought the girlfriend killed her😂😂😂😂
Why is that guy with her if he doesn't trust her at all. Odd people
How can it be the perfect murder when she got caught
One life expired one life wasted and many other lives ruined for less than $40k! No amount makes sense but given such a small amount it’s a ridiculous motive.
It's only perfect if you don't get caught 😉
Moral of the story: Don’t be a lesbian. It will get you killed and/or put in jail.
She got life with mandatory 25 yrs . It wasn't a perfect crime
she weirdo at the start
Glad the jury got it right.
You work for crime team and doing the Time but you didn't cover up the Crime. That's one Dum Lady! 🤦♀️All over 40 thousands dollars 🤷♀️.
There's no such thing as a perfect crime.