The story of a 2003 murder on Whidbey Island was the inspiration for veteran true-crime writer Ann Rule’s bestselling 2013 thriller, “Practice to Deceive,” and now the Lifetime movie, “Circle of Deception.”
Over many years, Ann Freedman helped facilitate the sales of previously unknown works of famed artists like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. But it turns out those paintings had been forged in a New York City garage.
“You can forget or try to forget many mistakes in life," Anna Young's daughter Joy Fluker said after the 79-year-old entered no contest pleas to killing two children. "But an innocent human life should never be forgotten.”