Meet youngest US woman on death row (FULL VERSION) | A Hidden America with Diane Sawyer PART 4/6

Published 2018-06-26
"Hidden America: Nation of Women Behind Bars" Act 4: Convicted of murder, Emilia Carr, 30, is imprisoned at Lowell Correctional Institution in Ocala, Florida. [Original Air Date 2/27/2015]


All Comments (21)
  • I love how people get emotional over the criminals and forget about the real victims. Criminals play victims, victims get forgotten.
  • Matthew klene
    After burying someone alive , you deserve what is coming.

    Imagine the suffering the couple went through before dying... that's horrible
  • Alberto Beto
    Psychopaths are such great actors, they should get an Oscar. That's what make them even more dangerous.
  • Sarah Jones
    I see evil in both faces. Alot of people were sexually abused but dont do the things these women have done. I have no pity, they are exactly where they need to be.
  • Acting like the family that Tiffany killed was just old neighbors is disgusting. They helped raise Tiffany, gave her a car, took care of her, helped her in many times of needed. She came and killed the people who helped her and loved her.
  • Cyntia Pereira
    I was sexually abused twice when I was 5 to 6 years old, but I've never did something bad to other people due to my physicological problems. I suffer from depression and generalized anxiety, it's been terrible to endure it all, but I know I am strong enough to surpass anything. All I can see in those 2 women is pure evil, their eyes screams guilty. You could just look for guidance and a better life instead of doing crimes and being in a death row like these two right now.
  • Chilling. No sign of remorse in either one of them. They don’t want to talk about the details because it’s hard to keep the lies straight.
  • Khloe Birch
    The old couple Tiffany murdered were found still hugging when they dug them up. It’s so heartbreaking. Tiffany is a monster and blaming this on all on her boyfriend is disgusting. The only person who knew the couple was Tiffany and Michael did come up with the plan but she was up for it and helped with the carrying out of the cruel murder. What’s sad is she knew how trusting and vulnerable they were and she took that to her advantage.
  • The girls looking at each other when asked how the murder made them feel and Tiffany SMIRKING says it all. Zero remorse for the slow, painful murder of a kind, elderly couple that did nothing but help her.
  • Shirley Xie
    i cried so much when i heard the details about what tiffany did. That poor couple suffered for hours and hours. there’s no coming back from that, no amount of change and reflection can undo that.
  • Daily Meems
    "she didn't know what was coming" Yet there are pictures of her celebrating and looking REAL happy after the incident. There was not an ounce of "shock" or remorse there.
  • Franklin Egbuche
    These two women are not remorseful. They are heartless. They looked at each other to decide if they want to talk.
    Burying someone alive??? WTF
  • Ken Johnson
    Can you imagine burying someone alive? That would be the worst.
  • Those girls haven't even taken responsibility for their actions/crimes, they're blaming their boyfriends. Be grown ups girls, and take accountability for what YOU have done.
  • Wellzee
    The youtube channel by the name of "Mr Ballen" just covered the story of Tiffany Cole. The people that doesn't think she deserves the sentence she got, will 100% change their mind after watching Mr Ballen's video. This woman is nothing but evil and deserves the sentence she received.
  • T. F_
    What? She murdered a human being and still has the audacity to talk about equality, minorities, rich vs poor? Truly unbelievable and sick, i hope she never gets out of there.
  • “What did you feel?” Wrong question. Psychopaths DON’T feel. That’s why she doesn’t know how to answer, and looks to Tiffany for guidance.
  • Daniel Sullivan
    These girls love the attention and definitely deserve what they get.
    Diane: "The duct tape, the asphyxiation...what did you feel?"
    Emilia: "In what aspect, like reflecting? That's hard to answer."
    Good lord.