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Two film crews in town next week

BBQ Pitmasters won’t be the only cable television show filming in Barnesville next week. A second TV crew from the Investigation Discovery network will be in town to lens an episode of its program ‘Deadly Affairs.’ The segment will be about the murder of Donald Clark. Clark disappeared from his Crane Road home here on November 18, 2008, His body was found dumped in a Redbone cornfield on Christmas Eve. He had been beaten to death with a metal baseball bat and a garbage bag cinched over his head. Clark’s estranged wife, Jennifer Clark, was convicted of malice murder, two counts of felony murder, aggravated battery, four counts of aggravated assault, concealing the death of another, tampering with evidence and two counts of cruelty to children. Judge Tommy Wilson sentenced her to life plus 60 years in prison. Jennifer Clark’s lover, Michael Yost, pleaded guilty to murder and testified against Jennifer Clark at her trial. He was sentenced to life in prison. ’˜Deadly Affairs’ is a 30-minute program featuring stories of couples facing infidelity in their marriage with deadly consequences. Among those to be interviewed for the series are district attorney Richard Milam, Herald-Gazette publisher Walter Geiger and the victim’s sister, Brenda Maddox.

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