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  • The Disappearance of Lyle and Marie McCann

    11 MAR 2019 · On July 10, 2010, Lyle and Marie McCann failed to show up at the airport to pick up their daughter and granddaughter. Their adult children feared they had become lost on their road trip.  But then police announced a person of interest in their disappearance. And this began a 6 year winding road through the legal system that isn’t entirely over yet. for privacy information.
    24 min. 32 sec.
  • The Disappearance of Anthony Murrill

    24 FEB 2019 · In 1971, 9-year-old Anthony Murrill climbed into his top bunk as his older brother Vincent dozed off. This was the last confirmed sighting of Anthony Murrill. for privacy information.
    17 min. 55 sec.
  • One Woman's #MeToo Story

    21 DIC 2018 · When Brook was 16 years old, she was raped by an acquaintance who had been harassing her for several months.   Brook spent her mid-20s dealing with the long term effects of the assault and she had made huge strides in healing from the trauma. But then in September 2018, one woman’s accusations of sexual assault against a powerful man turned social media into a debate over the believability of people who come forward decades later. And this debate triggered Brook’s past trauma, and she decided now to deal with it in a way she has never done before. This story you are about to hear has been heard by only 5 or 6 people in the last 25 years. for privacy information.
    39 min. 45 sec.
  • Accused Podcast w/Amber Hunt

    6 DIC 2018 · True crime author, journalist, and podcaster Amber Hunt discusses the emotional impact of immersing yourself in the dark places of human experience. for privacy information.
    15 min. 37 sec.
  • Home Invasion

    21 NOV 2018 · Anne, an Arkansas attorney with a focus in criminal law, was the victim of a home invasion robbery. Rather than defending perpetrators, she was now the victim. How has this changed her views on our criminal justice system? Or has it? for privacy information.
    25 min. 16 sec.
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    The Unsolved Murder of Julianne Stallman

    28 OTT 2018 · Twenty four years ago, Julianne Stallman was murdered in her own home. As the case grew cold, one fact carried through over the years. Julianne's murderer was someone she knew. I spoke with her daughter Jen about her fight for justice for her mother and living with the knowledge that someone she knows killed her mother. for privacy information.
    37 min. 3 sec.
  • Brandy Myers

    15 OTT 2018 · In 1992, thirteen year old Brandy Myers left her home to collect money for a read-a-thon. She never returned. Twenty three years later, her sister Kristin believes they finally have the answer to what happened to Brandy. But an answer is not the same as justice. for privacy information.
    34 min. 10 sec.
  • A Parent's Dark Secret

    30 SET 2018 · When Sabrina's father killed himself when she was 11 years old, he left no note. It wasn't until she was an adult that she was given the pieces of her father's past that may explain his death by suicide. It has sent her down a path to find out the whole story of what happened one March night in Scotland in 1975 that changed her father's course forever. for privacy information.
    13 min. 37 sec.
  • The Wrongful Conviction of Ron Moffatt

    22 SET 2018 · In 1957, the youngest serial killer in Canada was caught after having killed three children in four months. What many don't know about Peter Woodcock's story is that a 14 year old had been wrongfully convicted for one of those murders after giving a false confession. It took six decades before Ron Moffatt was ready to tell his story to author Nate Hendley for his book The Boy on the Bicycle. And now Ron is sharing his story at book signings, Innocence Canada events, and on podcasts to warn of the real consequences of allowing children to be interrogated without a parent present and using uncorroborated confessions in criminal trials. for privacy information.
    31 min. 55 sec.
  • Wrongfully Convicted: Ed Ates

    7 SET 2018 · Twenty years ago, Edward Ates was sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. I sat down to talk with his wife Kimberly Miller about the journey the family has been on, the lasting effects, and their preparations for Ed's release which happened a few weeks after we talked. for privacy information.
    28 min. 40 sec.

When a crime ends in a conviction, the victims or their families are often allowed to give a statement to the court about the impact of the crime on their...

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When a crime ends in a conviction, the victims or their families are often allowed to give a statement to the court about the impact of the crime on their lives. But when these life altering events go unsolved, do not end in a conviction, or aren’t crimes at all, the victims and their families do not have this opportunity. The stories on this podcast are their Impact Statements.
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