Antoine Stone, who was murdered by his lover, Robert Jones, on a New York street two decades earlier, is the topic for ID’s Reasonable Doubt. Former law enforcement officials say that Antoine Stone was in his ministry work when a man on a bike shot him in cold blood. Antoine Stone spoke as he lay on the street. His last words were “Why did he shoot me?” The Antoine Stone Robert Jones story on Reasonable Doubt tonight is “A Dying Declaration.” In a jail house interview with convicted felon Robert Jones, retired detective Chris Anderson will go over the facts of the case. He will allow Robert Jones to give his side of the story.
Teaser: Reasonable Doubt–Episode “A Dying Declaration”
On a cool night in 1994, Antoine Stone can be found doing what he always does, ministering to others and witnessing the good news. To him, the person’s background isn’t important. He believes the word of God is enough to save anyone. But as he stands there preaching, a hooded figure emerges from the shadows on a bike and fires a shot that leaves Stone gasping for air on the pavement. Despite his condition, he makes one last statement. Meanwhile, when local investigators are unable to solve the crime, they put pressure on eyewitnesses to finger the mystery bike rider. However, their efforts might end up leading to the arrest of the wrong man.
Case File for Antoine Stone and Robert Jones
Antoine Jones wanted to put an end to the “questionable” relationship he had with Robert Jones. The longtime friends were battling their own demons, along with their orientation. Antoine knew that his side activities with Jones meant that he was not living a Christian life. He had planned to put an end to it.
What the NYC cops tried to determine was if Antoine Stone did end it, and if Robert Jones killed him in retaliation. For more than 20 years, Robert Jones has denied any involvement.
Get your questions ready, because Detective Chris Anderson and I will be here LIVE after the show!!! #ReasonableDoubt TONIGHT on Investigation Discovery!
On this episode of Reasonable Doubt, Chris and Melissa must decide if he has a case worthy of appeal. Reasonable Doubt airs every Wednesday at 10 p.m. on Investigation Discovery.
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