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Author: APM Reports

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Reporter Madeleine Baran examines the case of Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the same crime. For 21 years, Flowers has maintained his innocence. He's won appeal after appeal, but every time, the prosecutor just tries the case again. In the Dark is an investigative podcast from APM Reports. Season One focused on the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.
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Vicki Robinson-Strand

not a coincidence that there house burned. them some dirty, evil folks amongst that community.

Feb 9th
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Vicki Robinson-Strand

the work your team has done is outstanding. I hope all this wasn't in vain. free Curtis Flowers.

Feb 9th
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Vicki Robinson-Strand

This episode had me in tears. this kind of miss justice happens all over the word. I don't know how one can live with the lies. this poor family. that God for their faith.

Feb 9th
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Kimberly Holland

Smells like some back woods good old boy deep south rascism.

Feb 8th
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Tom Upton

Were you like duct taping your mic to the podium?

Feb 5th
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Tom Upton

l suspect Heinrich was abused as a kid

Feb 5th
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RodneyandCarrie Brown

Have it thru season 1. Very one sided. And the reporter sounds like she's 16. L loved the research but a lot of fluff too.

Feb 2nd
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Sergio Garza

this shit is my favorite show i've ever listened to... this is so in detail i feel it.

Feb 1st
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DGutierrez

ugh. my comment didn't save before so if this posts double, my apologies. Ok. has anyone linked this case and the M.O. to the "Superbike murders"??? the killer Todd Kohlhepp even admitted to killing people in South Carolina and Mississippi! https://wlos.com/news/local/todd-kohlhepp-scheduled-to-be-in-court-friday https://www.foxnews.com/us/south-carolina-serial-killer-todd-kohlhepp-claims-he-has-more-victims Listening to this case was like Deja Vu to the superbike murders. So many similarities! Please tell me SOMEONE has made this connection and analyzed the cases together... although the guns used were different, the M.O. Matches and the scene too! and the crimes were only 7 years apart! possible motive? Now, I'm not sure when he got is Real Estate license but maybe he had a dispute over leasing furniture for a showing or maybe it was completely random but the cases are SO similar it can not be missed and is worth taking a second look at.

Jan 28th
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DGutierrez

Has anybody analyzed or linked the M.O., to the case in Mississippi the "Superbike Murders"? it wasn't extremely far apart from SC and is the same M.O.. Listening to the events was like deja vu. He admitted to killing people in South Carolina! https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/crime/2018/08/21/todd-kohlhepp-south-carolina-serial-killer/1054122002/ https://wlos.com/news/local/todd-kohlhepp-scheduled-to-be-in-court-friday

Jan 28th
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Amanda Barton

Am I the only one who thinks jacobs father comes off possibly borderline abusive toward Jacobs mother?

Jan 25th
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Beauregard Throckmorton

Thank you for the work you do. It is so very important!!!!

Jan 24th
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Lisa Lawson

10 NEON 20.18. GOD

Jan 18th
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Naerolad Zram

when is season 3 coming out!? This is the best podcast I've ever listened to, and I cant wait for more! Please hurry! ;)

Jan 17th
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Adam White

further proof that if you want to see examples of the most crooked and corrupt parts of our government, just look at a sheriff's department.

Jan 16th
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Jennifer Duggan

Why would you not provide all this new evidence to Curtis' legal team!?! You've done an excellent job with this exposé...but the person you're hurting by not doing so is Curtis!

Jan 10th
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Shanaya Painter

Haven't a few people had success filing with Google and other search engines to remove articles related to their name??

Jan 8th
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Shanaya Painter

Of all the True Crime podcasts I've listened to, this is by far my favorite. The editing is top notch, the feel is spot on, the narration is pleasant, the interviews well placed and what I appreciate most is that the subject is well researched and approached with respect. Just so very well done.

Jan 8th
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arejayeye

Willie James Hemphill was 24 years old in 1997? He claims his shoe size was 9 or 10 but has now grown to a size 12 or 13! A man's feet stop growing by 16 to 20 years old...

Jan 8th
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ka jong venus Park

love your work, team! keep up the super job! I really look forward to the next episode (and season)!

Jan 4th
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