Liz Day

Reporter and executive producer for the New York Times Presents

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New York Times’ Rachel Abrams and Liz Day discuss the drive to make “Sin Eater: The Crimes of Anthony Pellicano,” his intimidation tactics, and criminal conviction.

'Sin Eater': Examining the rise and fall of Hollywood P.I. Anthony Pellicano

New York Times’ Rachel Abrams and Liz Day discuss the drive to make “Sin Eater: The Crimes of Anthony Pellicano,” his intimidation tactics, and criminal conviction.

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