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Hollywood and Crime is a ground-breaking true crime series about the most infamous murders in Tinseltown history. In The Black Dahlia Serial Killers, host Tracy Pattin investigates the sensational unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short. Known as the Black Dahlia, Short was a star-struck young woman whose body was found completely severed at the waist in January 1947. Many remember her tragic story, yet few know that more than a dozen other women died in similar circumstances around that same time.
 
Beyond the beaches, the theme parks, the palm trees and the warm breezes lies the dark side of the Sunshine State. Wondery and the South Florida Sun Sentinel present a true-crime podcast that bring you stories of some of Florida’s most notorious and stunning crimes. Hosted by EmmaKate Austin, Season 2 will take you through some of the darkest corners we’ve explored yet. New episodes are coming Oct. 2 and will be released every Tuesday. Visit FeloniousFlorida.com.
 
I'm Collier Landry, subject of the Investigation Discovery documentary 'A Murder in Mansfield'. On New Year's Eve 1989, I awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of 2 loud thuds. The next morning my mother was missing and I knew she was no longer alive. No one believed me except one detective; 25 days later, police found my mother's body buried beneath the basement floor of my father's new home he purchased for his mistress. I had witnessed a murder, and at the age of 12, I testified a ...
 
Satanic rituals, a dismembered body, and an obsession with heavy metal- the Moises Meraz-Espinoza murder trial had all of these and more. Find out all the details from comedian Matt Walker, who was a member of the jury for the murder trial, as he recounts his experiences to his friend and fellow comedian Stephen Kramer Glickman.
 
Trial By Media is a true crime podcast by some of the only full time crime reporters in the UK. Once a case closes journalists are free to reveal juicy details we couldn’t give you at the time. So this is the full story on how the weirdest, boldest and most dangerous criminals are treated by the courts and the press. Having been in the room where it happened we ask what went on, what went wrong, and whether justice was done. Hosts: Charlie Jones, Sophia Dourou, Carolina Herranz-Carr Producer ...
 
The dark side of a paradise island. On the 10th January 2011, whilst on honeymoon with her new husband John, Michaela McAreavey was murdered in her hotel room. Two hotel employees would be charged with her murder and later acquitted by a Mauritian jury in 2012. To this day, justice for Michaela has still not been delivered. This podcast details with the harrowing events of her murder together with the shambolic court proceedings during her murder trial in 2012, as told by John McAreavey and ...
 
In 1986, the body of affluent, beautiful, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin was found dead in Central Park. Her killer: Robert Chambers, a tall, handsome prep from the Upper East Side. He claimed she attempted to rape him and her death was an accident. Join host Amanda Knox as she deconstructs the stories behind the victim-blaming, privilege and media sensationalism that surrounded this murder and trial, as seen in the SundanceTV docu-series The Preppy Murder: Death in Central Park. The views, info ...
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
The mystery of Brett Cantor's unsolved murder still haunts Hollywood like a ghost. The Dragonfly nightclub owner and A&R label exec was a fast rising star in the music scene. The series uncovers the harrowing details of his final days, murder, and the eerie aftermath. We reveal shocking new information in his cold case documented by interviews with his family, friends, and the original homicide detective assigned to the case. It's one true crime story you will never forget.
 
Morbidology is a weekly true crime podcast created and hosted by Emily G. Thompson, author of "Unsolved Child Murders," "Cults Uncovered: True Stories of Mind Control and Murder," "Mysteries Uncovered: True Stories of the Paranormal and Unexplained," and co-author of "Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered." Using investigative research combined with primary audio including 911 calls, interviews and trial testimony, Morbidology takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most heinous ...
 
Like a real-life Phantom of the Opera, Southern California local theater actor Daniel Wozniak lured his victims, Sam Herr and Julie Kibuishi, in the attic of a theatre, where he would kill and dismember them before performing on stage the very same night. As of now, Wozniak alone sits on San Quentin's death row. But is there room for more? Is Rachel Buffett, a former Disney Princess and Dan's ex fiancee, an accomplice in the murderous scheme? Simultaneous to the launch of SLEUTH, today began ...
 
Imagine being wrongfully convicted for a crime you didn't commit, or imagine your child's killer is still on the loose even though there's enough evidence for an arrest. I want to help shine light on the injustices of our judicial system. I delve into court documents, attend trials, and interview those close to the case to help me tell their stories.
 
Sam Little, the FBI’s most prolific serial killer roamed free for five decades, murdering women at will. But in 2012 he came to the attention of Detective Mitzi Roberts and everything changed. This opportunistic killer had long stayed below law enforcement’s radar because of the victims he chose: Women from the fringe — drug users and sex workers paid little attention to by society. Murder Book Season 2: The Women Who Stopped Sam Little follows this Los Angeles Police Department cold case in ...
 
In this series of special reports by The Dallas Morning News, reporter Jennifer Emily follows the murder trial of fired Dallas police officer Amber Guyger in the shooting death of Botham Jean. Guyger was off duty but in uniform when she shot Jean in his apartment. She told police she thought the apartment was hers and she mistook him for a burglar. Emily explores aspects of the case and gives the audience updates during the trial. The series features attorneys, journalists and family members ...
 
Stevenson's introduction of the protagonist Lester (law clerk with New York firm Graham & Royce) finds him occupying a front row seat in the murder trial of Wall Street multi-millionaire Hiram Holladay. Scandalously, suspicion points very solidly on the banker's loving daughter, Frances. Lester proves himself a useful aide to the firm's senior partner, Mr. Royce, in his attempt to prove the lovely Frances innocent. - Summary by Cate Barratt
 
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award-winning journalist who chronicles the human condition. He has been a resident of Pennsylvania's death row for twenty-five years. Writing from his solitary confinement cell his essays have reached a worldwide audience. His books "Live From Death Row", "Death Blossoms", "All Things Censored", "Faith of Our Fathers" and "We Want Freedom" have sold over 150,000 copies and been translated into nine languages. His 1982-murder trial and subsequent conviction have been th ...
 
Season 2 - Confronting: Columbine The events of April 20th, 1999 shaped our nation and altered the American narrative. One of America’s deadliest school shootings took place in a small town in Colorado, leaving thirteen dead and another twenty-one severely injured. And it was all broadcast over national tv for the nation to see. The second season of Confronting takes on one of the most prolific tragedies in American history: the Columbine High School massacre. It was a devastating example of ...
 
What really happens when a jury retires to deliberate? Find out each week on Deliberations, a modern day, improvised audio drama that allows criminal justice enthusiasts to step inside a jury room. Each season explores a different courtroom drama inspired by real life criminal trials in the news. Six improvisers serve as the jury and passionately react, negotiate, and argue opposing interpretations of the evidence. Season Two examines the rights of accusers and defendants in cases of sexual ...
 
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MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Thursday, April 15, and reports on the Chauvin trial, the police killing of Daunte Wright, the DOJ’s probe into Rep. Gaetz, the GOP’s hypocrisy regarding corporations, and Biden’s Russia sanctions. Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman and Chai Komanduri join.…
 
The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with murder in the death of George Floyd last May, is nearing its conclusion. The trial is being watched closely all around the country and internationally. The defense finished calling its witnesses Thursday, and Chauvin opted not to testify. Special correspondent Fred De Sam Lazaro …
 
P.M. Edition for April 15. Both sides have rested their cases in the murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. The final days of testimony brought clashing views from medical experts over the cause of George Floyd's death. Reporter Erin Ailworth joins host Annmarie Fertoli from Minneapolis to discuss what comes next. Learn more about you…
 
The defence at the murder trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd rested its case Thursday, without putting Chauvin on the stand. Presenting a total of two days of testimony to the prosecution's two weeks. Closing arguments are set to begin Monday morning. Chauvin, 45, informed the court on the 14th day of trial that he w…
 
Freelance journalist Georgia Fort discusses the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, who is being tried in Minneapolis for second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. And as the city reels from the death of Daunte Wright — killed this week at a traffic stop — we talk to Pastor Curti…
 
As the prosecution in the Derek Chauvin murder trial continues to present its case, they now turn to the medical experts to establish the cause of death. Were they successful in presenting the very scientifically and medically technical information in a way the jury will be able to understand? Did they make a mistake not leading with the local medi…
 
A use-of-force expert testified that former Officer Derek Chauvin was justified in pinning George Floyd to the ground because of his frantic resistance, contradicting a parade of authorities from both inside and outside the Minneapolis Police Department. Taking the stand at Chauvin’s murder trial for the defense Tuesday, Barry Brodd, a former Santa…
 
Police in Indianapolis have spent Friday looking for answers after a gunman shot eight people to death and then killed himself. The incident prompted President Biden to call the nation's gun violence incidents a "national embarrassment." The bloodshed stunned a city that's been hard hit by gun violence, and its mayor is calling for national action.…
 
Questions over the fatal shooting and the role of the police in the death of a teen are front and center in Chicago. There, the mayor, city officials and community leaders are taking stock of how police respond with force, and whether more changes are needed. Stephanie Sy speaks to Hans Menos, the Vice President of Law Enforcement Initiatives for t…
 
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. Justice department rescinded a Trump-era curb on consent decrees, making it easier to investigate police departments and press for major changes in use of force. An Indiana man has become the first person to plead guilty to federal charges in the January assault on the U.S. Capitol. Russia responded to new U.S. san…
 
Friday saw the Biden administration giving mixed messages on refugee admission. After receiving blowback for keeping the historically low refugee cap set by President Trump, the White House quickly reversed its position, and said it will move to lift them. Yamiche Alcindor has more on the flip-flop, and discusses it with Jenny Yang, the vice presid…
 
It's been a record-breaking year of bills proposed in state legislatures that would limit transgender rights - from access to medical care to sports participation. Despite that, a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll found that Americans across the political spectrum oppose those efforts, and more than half of people personally know someone who is tran…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including police shootings of people of color, and the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersBy PBS NewsHour
 
P.M. Edition for April 16. Lawmakers in Texas are debating how to reform the state's energy market, after a severe winter storm exposed flaws in the deregulated sector. But many of the solutions on the table may lead to a new set of problems. Reporter Katherine Blunt joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
Disturbing bodycam video released Thursday after public outcry over the Chicago police shooting of a 13-year-old boy shows the youth appearing to drop a handgun and begin raising his hands less than a second before an officer fires his gun and kills him. The footage of Adam Toledo’s killing comes during the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, a Minneapo…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Shruti Gohil, professor of medicine and associate medical director for epidemiology and infection prevention at UC Irvine’s School of Medicine. Topics today include: Spring Wave Of Coronavirus Crashes Across 38 States As Hospitalizatio…
 
Democracy Now! is a daily independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Visit democracynow.org to watch and listen to the latest interviews, read through show transcripts, search the vast news archive or to make a donation to support our nonprofit news program. Livestream weekdays 8 a.m. ET. Follow Democra…
 
A.M. Edition for April 16. WSJ Education Bureau Chief Chastity Pratt on the progress to return students to classrooms. A deadly shooting at a FedEx ground facility in Indianapolis. WSJ China Bureau Chief Jonathan Cheng discusses the Chinese economy's growth. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Collier shares with Brenda how his mother Noreen's cousin recently reached out after seeing his documentary "A Murder in Mansfield". When Collier seeks to find out more about his mother's childhood from her family, he is shutdown simply for being "his father's son". Collier remembers how he was shut down many years ago by both his mother AND father…
 
Cities are on edge as a video shows the police shooting of a 13-year-old child, an ex-officer faces judge in Wright killing and the Chauvin trial nears end. The ex-officer in the fatal Wright shooting makes her first court appearance. Brooklyn Center, Minnesota is bracing for the fifth night of unrest. The body camera video of 13-year-old Adam Tole…
 
Canadian baseball legend Fergie Jenkins says plans for a statue of him outside Wrigley Field in Chicago are "the icing on the cake." He tells us about a career that took him from Chatham, Ont., to Chicago, his time playing for the Harlem Globetrotters, and why he wants to see another baseball franchise in Montreal.…
 
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