She was a promising younger crime-lab employee, however on April 27, 2009, the microscope turned — when she was discovered certain, bare and mutilated in her Queens mattress, sufferer to very form of homicide that she herself as soon as helped clear up.
The stunning killing of NYPD forensic investigator Michelle Lee is the sixth and closing episode in Investigation Discovery’s smash hit, true-crime series, “Torn from the Headlines: New York Post Reports.”
The 5 episodes to air to this point have been so addicting, the series is now the primary motive new viewers are signing as much as Investigation Discovery’s fashionable app, IDGO, a Discovery rep advised The Post.
Airing Monday at 10 p.m. ET, episode six, “CSI Slay,” follows the NYPD and New York Post investigation into the 24-year-old Lee’s grisly finish.
Someone wished Lee greater than useless.
The fairly brunette was discovered together with her wrists certain to her bedboard by a mobile phone charger twine.
She had been stabbed in her neck with a protracted, butcher knife that her killer had left in place. And she had been overwhelmed about her head and seared on her chest together with her personal steam iron.
“Sex-Slay Shocker,” the primary New York Post headline on the homicide would say.
But was it a intercourse slay, or staged to appear to be one? Lee’s shocked colleagues from the NYPD crime-scene unit can be left to piece collectively what occurred.
“Torn from the Headlines” is a partnership between the New York Post and Investigation Discovery that invitations the viewer alongside for the usually twisty, all the time suspenseful experience — as police and reporters probe a few of the metropolis’s most sensational crimes.
The series options never-before-seen proof, archival information footage and highly effective interviews with survivors, members of the family, cops and reporters.