South Carolina Bookie Brett Parker Murder Case to Be Featured on ‘Dateline’

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jul/25/2013
South Carolina Bookie Brett Parker Murder Case to Be Featured on ‘Dateline’

This Friday (July 26, 2013), ‘Dateline’ on NBC will feature a segment on South Carolina bookie Brett Parker entitled “Mystery at Ascot Estates”.

The show, which will air at 9 pm EST, features interviews with friends and associates of Parker’s wife, Tammy Jo Parker.  Brett is currently serving a life sentence for shooting to death Tammy Jo and a sports betting clerk, Bryan Capnerhurst.

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department’s lead investigator is also interviewed by “Dateline”.

The trial included details of the bloody murder, illegal bookmaking and illicit affairs.

CBS “48 Hours” is also expected to feature a segment on this story for a yet to be determined airing date.

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