On Thursday, July 26th, A&E will air its most suspenseful episode of the series Cajun Justice, titled 'The Great Swamp Escape'.
To view a preview of this episode, follow this link: http://www.aetv.com/
'The Great Swamp Escape' features Terrebonne Parish’s own Deputies Paul Thibodeaux and LeeAnn Fitch as they search for a dangerous suspect who disappears into the murky waters of the bayou. After searching for hours and not finding the elusive escape artist, it begins to look like the suspect may have pulled off the perfect getaway.
Mark Kadin, owner of MAK Pictures, the production company behind the series, said the show’s loyal base of viewers will see Terrebonne Parish in a whole new light tomorrow night.
“The hostile terrain, combined with the colorful personalities of the police force and the unique types of crimes committed in this area make for a story that simply can’t be experienced anywhere else,” said Mr. Kadin.
“While all of our shows are exciting, tomorrow night’s episode will have viewers on the edge of their seats.”
Cajun Justice on A&E explores a part of America that carries a high degree of mystique and intrigue. The remote regions of the bayou can be very treacherous. Many residents prefer to handle disputes outside of the law, voodoo and swamp legends are a common part of the culture, and under Napoleonic law, the state’s judicial system is like no other.
Cajun Justice airs Thursday nights at 10/9C on A&E.
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