“Unsolved Philadelphia” To Premiere This Weekend; Liliana Acevedo Vigil Tonight

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“Unsolved Philadelphia,” the crime solving show produced by Life Media Films and featured in the recent PW cover story “To Catch A Killer,” premieres this weekend.  The first episode will be shown Saturday, November 6th at 7:00 PM on Philly’s public access channels: 66 & 966 on Comcast Cable, and 29 & 30 on Verizon Fios.

The show seeks to open up old homicide cases and ask viewers to phone in tips that could lead to the arrest of a murderer. “People don’t want to talk to police,” says Life Media founder Grady Jones. “Our hope is they will talk to us.”

Meanwhile, family members of Liliana Acevedo are hosting a vigil tonight at 2nd and Erie Avenues from 5:30 to seven p.m. Last May Acevedo was killed by a hit and run driver who is still at large. The case will be featured on the first episode of “Unsolved Philadelphia.”

2 Responses to “ “Unsolved Philadelphia” To Premiere This Weekend; Liliana Acevedo Vigil Tonight ”

  1. WIFESPURPOSE says:

    IT IS SO SAD TO READ, TO HEAR AND TO SEE THAT SOMEONE HAS LOST THEIR LIVES TO SUCH A VIOLENT END. IT IS SO I,PORTANT THAT SOME HOW YOU GET INVOLVED, JUST A LITTLE AS MAKING THE PHONE CALL TO THE POLICE STATION. I KNOW THAT IT IS NOT EASY TO GET INVOLVED BUT IT IS IMPORTANT EVERYONE HAS A ROLE TO PLAY. SO FIGURE IT OUT AND MAKE IT HAPPEN. WE ALL HAVE A PURPOSE IN THIS MOMENT. MY HEARTS GOES OUT TO THE FAMILIES.

  2. Monique Irvis says:

    Hi I’m the Mother of Eric Keith Woods jr. who was killed on August 1 2007 and I would like to know if you could do a story on my son is case is still unsolved and I would like to have him on your show and I would like to know if I could be a part of your team because I really want to help other families that are dealing with same issue. So please if you could respond to my request that would be nice you can reach me at 215-432-7198 or by email @ calil6@yahoo.com

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