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|History Channel to air program on shooting of Bastrop officers|
The History Channel's "Gangland" series will feature a segment on the two Bastrop police officers who were slain in 2007 by members of the Aryan Circle.
"Circle of Death" will air at 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday), July 16, on the History Channel.
Bastrop police detectives Chuck Wilson and John Smith were gunned down in August 2007 by Dennis Clem, who had fled to Morehouse Parish from Houston.
Clem was staying in a Bastrop hotel with his girlfriend, Tanya "Little Feather" Smith.
The two Bastrop detectives were searching for a local suspect when they entered Clem's hotel room. They were immediately shot by Clem. Clem was killed by gunfire from other law enforcement officers responding to the scene.
In April, Tanya Smith was sentenced to two mandatory life sentences for her involvement in the Bastrop homicides. She fled from the scene after Clem shot Smith and Wilson.
Fourth Judicial District Attorney Jerry Jones and assistant District Attorney Geary Aycock will be featured in the History Channel program.
The History Channel was researching the Aryan Circle, a white supremacist gang that originated in the Texas prison system, when it learned about the Tanya Smith trial.
Smith and Clem were members of the Aryan Circle.
The "Gangland" series "tells the inside stories of some of America's most notorious street gangs," according to the History Channel's web site.