Sharee Miller, the convicted killer in one of the first internet-related murder cases, will once again be the focus of a television news program, and according to reports, she's speaking up.

Miller was convicted of second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in connection to her husband's death in 2000, in a case that shocked not only the Flint community but the entire country.

Get our free mobile app

'

Bruce Miller was found dead on November 8, 1999, at his business, B&D Auto Parts in Vienna Township as a result of a shotgun wound to his neck. It was determined through investigations that Miller died at the hands of Jerry Cassaday, a man from Missouri that Sharee Miller had met online in a chat room and began an affair with.

Cassaday drove to Flint to confront Bruce Miller believing both that Sharee was pregnant with his child and that she was suffering abuse at the hands of Miller. Through a series of lies, Cassady believed Sharee needed saving.

It was determined at her trial that she instigated the plan to have Cassaday travel to Michigan to kill her husband and make it look like a robbery. Once Cassaday found out that Sharee was simply "using" him, he took his own life, but not before leaving a trail of evidence of their affair and a letter explaining everything.

Where is Sharee Miller Now?

Sharee Miller was sentenced to life in prison on January 29, 2001 in a Genesee Country Circut Court by Judge Judith Fullerton for the conspiracy to commit murder charge and 54 to 81 years for second-degree murder.  Since then, she served a portion of her term at the Robert Scott Correctional Facility in Plymouth, Michigan is now serving a life sentence at the Women's Huron Valley Correctional Facility in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Friday, February 11, on 20/20, Sharee Miller, who is now 50, will be interviewed and according to the promotions and press for the popular ABC show, she will be confessing her crimes and her "motive" behind what she refers to as "games".

The segment will air on ABC at 8:00 PM.

Take a look at her trial below.

Flint + Saginaw's Most-Popular TV Anchors - Where Are They Now?

A lot of highly talented people have sat behind the anchor desks at the area's TV stations.

We're taking a look at some of the area's most popular news, weather, and sports anchors who have visited our homes electronically and then moved on.