You watched the CBS 48 Hours episode "Murder on Red River."
But now you have more questions.
"Justice for Jennifer" the docu-series will have the answers.
On Mothers Day 2002, 28 year-old Jennifer Harris went out around 8 pm to meet a friend. Six days later she was found naked and dead in the Red River. Attorney and filmmaker Barry Wernick sets out seeking justice for his wife's sister by accompanying his father-in-law, and a former detective in exploring a small town police department and rural county's sheriff's office's botched investigation. But as a new sheriff takes office, there is renewed hope that finally there will be justice for Jennifer.
Virginia "Mimi" Acree, of blessed memory, passed away September 24, 2017. As she lay dying, just one month shy of her 101st birthday, her last wish was that her family continue doing whatever it takes to get justice for Jennifer. In conjunction with the Fannin County Sheriff's Office, Red Rabbit Productions, is offering a $50,000 reward for new information leading directly to the arrest and conviction of Jennifer's murderer(s).
Would you like to make a donation towards the new goal of $250,000 in reward money being raised? Would you like to share information you think may be useful in solving Jennifer's cold case murder? Would you like to be interviewed by the filmmakers? Fill out the form below and we will get back to you within 48 hours.
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Red Rabbit Justice
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Dallas, TX 75380
2410 Farrington Street, Dallas, Texas 75207, United States