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When a brutal murder rocks a small Southern town, residents and police are shocked. Could the new guy in town be the one who who did it? Yes, the cops say, he is. Case solved. But then another murder happens. And another. In the end: four bodies, two convictions, and one man in jail for a crime he likely did not commit. Welcome to Murderville, Georgia. Investigative reporters Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith uncover what happens when law enforcement locks up their first suspect, leaving another man free to kill. From The Intercept and Topic Studios.
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4.0 stars from 1,242 ratings
Took them until the end of episode 5 to mention any tangible evidence for their thesis, and they weren't responsible for its revelation - someone else entirely uncovered it. Also, they got interviews with almost nobody they attempted to contact.
Ffsshhgrgl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/19
Avoid. Smug narrater. Boring story.
eoinsy via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 06/20/19
A bunch of blowhards
These women come off as nothing but a bunch of know it all blowhards who think they know better than EVERYONE. They come off presenting as LA elitists who just have to set country bumpkins straight. I ended up stopping this podcast. This podcast could have been done well, but these women allowed...Read full review »
BBRN1990 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/19
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