Aftermath with William Shatner

Aftermath with William Shatner was an American TV show hosted by William Shatner.[1][2]

Aftermath with William Shatner
StarringWilliam Shatner
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes12
Original networkThe Biography Channel
Original releaseAugust 2, 2010 –
August 9, 2011
External links
Official website


Aftermath with William Shatner takes viewers back to dramatic events that shocked the world. Subjects of the series include The Unabomber, Randy Weaver, Jessica Lynch and Bernhard Goetz.


  1. ^ Mandi Bierly (May 5, 2010). "William Shatner creates second series for BIO Channel". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved December 19, 2010.
  2. ^ "The Week Ahead: Sept. 5 — Sept. 11". New York Times. September 1, 2010. Retrieved December 19, 2010.

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1984 New York City Subway shooting

The 1984 New York City Subway shooting was an incident that took place on December 22, 1984, where four teenagers, Barry Allen, Troy Canty, Darrell Cabey and James Ramseur, were shot and wounded by Bernhard Goetz on a New York City Subway train in Manhattan.Goetz surrendered to police nine days later and was charged with attempted murder, assault, reckless endangerment, and several firearms offenses. A jury found him not guilty of all charges except for one count of carrying an unlicensed firearm, for which he served eight months of a one-year sentence. In 1996, Cabey, who had been left paraplegic and brain damaged as a result of his injuries, obtained a civil judgment of $43 million against Goetz.The incident sparked a nationwide debate on race and crime in major cities, the legal limits of self-defense, and the extent to which the citizenry could rely on the police to secure their safety. Goetz, dubbed the "Subway Vigilante" by the New York press, came to symbolize New Yorkers' frustrations with the high crime rates of the 1980s. He was both praised and vilified in the media and public opinion. The incident has also been cited as a contributing factor to the groundswell movement against urban crime and disorder, and the successful National Rifle Association campaigns to loosen restrictions on the concealed carrying of firearms.

D.C. sniper attacks

The D.C. sniper attacks (also known as the Beltway sniper attacks) were a series of coordinated shootings that occurred during three weeks in October 2002, in the states of Maryland and Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Ten people were killed and three others were critically wounded in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area and along Interstate 95 in Virginia.

The snipers were John Allen Muhammad (aged 41 at the time) and Lee Boyd Malvo (aged 17 at the time), who traveled in a blue 1990 Chevrolet Caprice sedan. Their crime spree, begun in February 2002, included murders and robberies in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, and Washington, which resulted in seven deaths and seven wounded people; in ten months, the snipers killed 17 people and wounded 10 others.In September 2003, Muhammad was sentenced to death, and in October, the adolescent, Malvo, was sentenced to six consecutive life sentences without parole. In November 2009, Muhammad was put to death by lethal injection.

In 2017, Malvo's conviction to a life sentence without parole was overturned on appeal in Virginia, with re-sentencing ordered pursuant to the Supreme Court's ruling in the case of Miller v. Alabama (2012), which voided mandatory life-sentence punishments for adolescent criminals as legally unconstitutional. Under the re-sentencing, Malvo's minimum prison sentence will be determined by a judge; the available maximum sentence would be life imprisonment. The ruling does not apply to the six life sentences Malvo received in Maryland.

FYI (Southeast Asian TV channel)

FYI (stylized as fyi,) is a Southeast Asian television channel dedicating to lifestyle. The channel was launched on May 27, 2008 as Bio. by A+E Networks Asia, a joint-venture between A+E Networks and Astro Holdings Sdn Bhd in Malaysia. On October 6, 2014, Bio. became FYI.

Russ Kingston

Russ Kingston is an American film and television actor, editor, cinematographer and filmmaker.Kingston is best known as an actor for such films as I Come with the Rain starring Josh Hartnett, Transmorphers: Fall of Man, Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, Day of the Dead 2: Contagium, Dark Medicine, Bomb It and Guyver: Dark Hero.Kingston is an editor, cinematographer and filmmaker having worked on such films as Elliott Hong's 1973 documentary Tears of Buddha, Timothy Carey's Tweet's Ladies of Pasadena, Blue Sunshine, Andrew Davis' Code of Silence, Michael Mann's Band of the Hand, Tommy Lee Wallace's Aloha Summer, Future Zone starring David Carradine, Wishman, Guyver: Dark Hero and The Lord Protector: The Riddle of the Chosen starring Patrick Cassidy, Olivia Hussey and Charlton Heston.Kingston has acted on television series such as Aftermath with William Shatner, America's Most Wanted, General Hospital, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Mystery ER and Call 911.

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