The A&E cable network has rescheduled the segment of Cold Case Files that features the murder investigation of Toledo priest Gerald Robinson.
The episode, titled Unholy Secret, had been set to run at 9 p.m. last Saturday but was preempted by a marathon of Dog the Bounty Hunter episodes hastily assembled after Duane Dog Chapman and two co-stars were arrested
in Hawaii on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in their capture three
years ago of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster, A&E spokesman Barry Rosenberg said yesterday.
Luster, who had fled the country while on trial on charges of raping three women,
was captured in Mexico, where bounty hunting is considered a crime. Mexican authorities demanded that the trio transfer Luster to Mexican police. Their
refusal to do so led to an initial arrest in 2003 and their re-arrest last week.
Robinson was convicted May 11 in the 1980 murder of 71-year-old Sister Margaret Ann Pahl, who was strangled and stabbed in the sacristy of the former Mercy Hospital. Unholy Secret has been rescheduled for 9 p.m. Sept. 23 and 1 a.m. Sept.
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