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Best Investigation Discovery / Panoply podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Investigation Discovery / Panoply podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The hit podcast from Investigation Discovery is back with an all-new season of stories from behind the yellow tape. This time, the storyteller is Detective Rod Demery, whose successful career is rivaled only by his dramatic personal life. Panoply Podcast Survey Fall 2017: http://bit.ly/2fKf5b2
 
Have you ever wondered why the weirdest crimes happen in Florida, how a woman can fit a loaded gun in her vagina, or what would possess a suspect to turn himself in on Facebook? Investigation Discovery brings you the full story behind the most bizarre crime phenomena. WHAT THE CRIME?! explores the weirder, wilder, more obscure side of crime. Because the truth really is stranger than fiction...
 
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Listen to the first episode of ID's The Reasonable Doubt Podcast. Subscribe to The Reasonable Doubt Podcast for more episodes. About the episode: Retired Birmingham homicide detective Chris Anderson and defense attorney Fatima Silva discuss their investigation of a man convicted of murdering his own wife. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
Retired Birmingham homicide detective Chris Anderson, and defense attorney Fatima Silva give us a behind the scenes look at their murder investigations from the hit ID show ‘Reasonable Doubt.’ The two will explain exactly what went into their final decisions and give us updates on the cases in this companion podcast to the Investigation Discovery s…
 
Retired Birmingham homicide detective Chris Anderson, and defense attorney Fatima Silva give us a behind the scenes look at their murder investigations from the hit ID show ‘Reasonable Doubt.’ The two will explain exactly what went into their final decisions and give us updates on the cases in this companion podcast to the Investigation Discovery s…
 
Detective Garry McFadden has “retired” – but started his own consulting company and still helps on cases from time to time. He travels the country helping other law enforcement agencies with community policing. He also shares his opinion on the crimes against young African-American men by fellow police officers and his views on the Black Lives Matt…
 
There’s one case that still keeps Garry up at night, Elijah’s case. Garry first met Elijah atthe hospital, surrounded by nurses with tears in their eyes. Garry could barely holdit together as he looked over him – his wounds were bad and the cruelty heexperienced – inexplicable. However, Garry decided to learn from the case. Hestarted taking young c…
 
In the early 90s, Garry lost a case due to an error in evidence processing. It was heart-wrenching to watch a guilty killer walk free but despite their frustration, the victim’s family thanked Garry for how he handled their case. Garry not only saw the people of Charlotte as citizens, he saw them as family. He learned how to talk to the people of t…
 
Charlotte was reeling, serial killer Henry Louis Wallace had killed 9 young women and the Charlotte P.D. was struggling to provide answers to the community. They put Garry, against his will, in front of a microphone – expecting him to take the fall. Dee Sumpter, a notorious critic of the Charlotte P.D. at the time even said “the victims weren’t pro…
 
The crack epidemic swept through Charlotte in the late 80s and 90s, bringing gang violence and turf wars with it. The Charlotte P.D. was working day and night, covering 388 cases between only six detectives. Despite the lack of sleep, Garry turned to the community for answers. Connecting and teaching the Charlotte youth about the dangers of joining…
 
Garry went to college and studied physical education, when he and three friends decided they wanted to apply to be police officers. The first few years as a uniformed officer included a shooting he was involved in. Garry had to learn to be a cop the hard way – by making rookie mistakes. Ultimately, when faced with tough situations he was able to le…
 
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