The season finale of Final Appeal will focus on the complicated conviction of Dontae Sharpe. Sharpe was convicted for the muder of George Radcliffe and has been sitting in jail for over 20 years. This week's season finale of Final Appeal, airing Sunday at 7/6c on Oxygen, will feature Loni Coombs and Brian Banks talking to witnesses, experts, family members and friends of Dontae to potentially uncover new information about the case.
Here are three things you are going to want to know about the case before you watch the season finale on Sunday.
1. A wealthy white man was shot dead
Dontae's situation begins with the death of George Radcliffe, a wealthy white man in North Carolina. Dontae Sharpe sits in jail because of eyewitness accounts that it was in fact Dontae who pulled the trigger that day.
2. Dontae Sharpe maintains his innocence
Sharpe, who has spent over 20 years in jail, maintains his innocence to this day. He has maintained for over 20 years that regardless of what anyone has said, regardless of the verdict, regardless of what witnesses may say, he is innocent.
Despite having various plea deals presented to him that could have freed him from jail, Sharpe insists that he would never plead guilty to this crime.
The story of Dontae Sharpe is a complicated and disturbing one. Find out some of the more interesting revelations when Final Appeal airs Sunday at 7/6c on Oxygen.