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The Interrogation

The Interrogation

Update: 2018-04-105
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After a young girl is murdered in her home while the rest of her family slept, the police investigation zeroes in on the girl's teenage brother. But by focusing so closely on the brother, did investigators miss another suspect?
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Andy Warth

holy.... this is the most horrifying case I have heard yet... I know previous cases had things beyond comprehension and immeasurable suffering... but this shocked me so much. I hope all those police officer Assholes got fired and their loves ruined like they ruined those poor kids...

Oct 8th
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Sadle May Friedman

First, Brooke doesn't do a very good investigation or explain to the Listener clearly things she should do to weave the narrative. I'm very disappointed that Mr.Curtis allowed her reporting to air. She never explained why and where all the parents were. Brooke doesn't say why the parents of Michael who is the brother of the mudder girl didn't get a attorney for him. Brooke talks about the mother but says nothing about the father during the whole time. Why? How were these 3 children by law allowed to be interrogated by these scumbag's? Sorry, saying that they were being pressured to charged someone flies in the face of do process.This murder happ- ened in a city considered to be one of CA best areas. From the point of financially and education San Diego is a vacation an job mecca. I hear no interrogation of the man who was ultimately convicted. Why? Mentally ill people who are picked up by police are always questioned. They are most likely to be hospitalized for treatment. Then questioned again. Brooke never address that either. This complete podcast is missing just the simple questioning and investigation into what I have commented on. I'm furious with the notion that the conduct of the policed was not challenged by anyone. If this happened in a place off the radar of society it might be more plausible. However, Brooke doesn't have the investigative chops to do a good job. I'm not basing this critique on just this podcast. But this one was so flawed by Brooke and her team. I'm the grandmother of a child who was kidnapped and murdered so I know a thing or too about the process. Thank you for your time.

Jun 15th
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Rebecca

Sadle May Friedman yeah,scripted,monotone,surface,surprised myself considering the show that the podcast is not more professional or polished, I'll still listen to it,yet she's not the best choice.

Sep 15th
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Melissa Thifault

The tactics of the police against these three boys sickens me. They should be held accountable. The defiance of the oringinal DA simply because of not wanting to admit a mistake speaks volumes to the lack of personal and proffesional interegy. And finally, the killer's conviction on a lesser charge and then overturned..13 years for taking a life that hadn't even experienced 13 years of life yet. SMH.

Apr 13th
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The Interrogation

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