On the 10th anniversary of former beauty queen Michele MacNeill's murder at the hands of her husband, Dr. Martin MacNeill , their daughter, Alexis Somers, is reflecting on the "nightmare" she endured for a decade. Somers, now 34 and a mother of three, was in her first year of medical school when
"20/20's" "The perfect nanny" continues. Once more, Elizabeth vargas. Taking center stage. Reporter: It was called "The murder in the bathtub" case, gripping the country for weeks. She finds her mom dead in the tub. Martin Macneill on trial for the death of his wife. Reporter: Martin Macneill sat
Once again, Elizabeth vargas. Four years ago, two desperate sisters took their story to "20/20." After a small-town police department closes the case on their mother's death and let their father off scot-free. Not only would they not listen, they were mocking us, as well. They were saying, "You're
Act 3: Three weeks after his wife's death, Martin MacNeill's lover moves in as his daughters' nanny.
Act 2: MacNeill hangs up three times and fails to give the operator an audible address.
It looks callous. The perfect nanny, here now, Elizabeth vargas and David Muir. A doctor and husband sits behind bars sitting there wa waiting. David, I have covered this story since it began five years ago. One question kept coming back, how could a picture-perfect marriage crumble so quickly?
Dr. Martin MacNeill was a physician, lawyer, father of eight and appeared to be the perfect husband. But when his wife Michele was found dead in their bathtub after routine plastic surgery, his children accused him of orchestrating her death. Although it was officially...
Gypsy Willis explains why she moved into Martin MacNeill's home two weeks after his wife's death.
The Utah doctor accused of his wife's bathtub death claims that a key witness lied on the stand.
The year 2013 has seen its share of epic victories and crushing setbacks, from a religious leader who became a breath of fresh air for his faith's followers to a mayor whose all-too-public unraveling became great fodder for late-night TV jokes. Here are some newsmakers who celebrated banner years