Readers of this paper are likely to recall the Doug Grant murder case.
emember, the onetime Phoenix Suns nutritionist who was convicted of manslaughter in the 2001 drowning death of his beautiful wife Faylene. (That's the happy couple on the day of their second wedding, mere weeks before her tragic death at their Gilbert home.)
The hour-long piece, which the program's calling "Deadly Prophecy," is scheduled to air in the Valley this Saturday at 8 p.m., on Channel 5.
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