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In the Dark

In the Dark

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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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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ka jong venus Park

this is really a great development! I'm really looking for some proper justice to be served. and that damn DA Doug Evans should really rot in hell for the torment he's caused everyone with his skewed outlook and strong desire to control and manipulate the outcome of his cases against prior of colour.

Jan 4th
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Adam White

This is the 2nd podcast in weeks I've heard that is about/mentioned Sylvia Brown. There isn't a hole in hell hot enough for her

Jan 4th
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Mr. Nice Guy

Nothing in life is simple and the complexity of the in-depth reporting of these events and the issues which surround them is just fascinating. The "sound bite" world we live in now makes it all just a little too easy for us to make those quick, rash judgements about people or the events that happen to them. Love this series.

Jan 4th
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Helena Del Rae

Wow what a brutal office

Jan 3rd
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Yvette Jocelyn

Who was the NY investigator interviewed who wrote several books? I would like to read some of his work.

Dec 28th
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Yvette Jocelyn

Why the hell are small towns notorious for crappy investigative work...maybe lack of funding? Still even 2 or 3 law enforcement officers could have done a better job and caught this creep a lot sooner.

Dec 28th
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Shawn girard

whatever I to see

Dec 22nd
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Robert Cohen

.... . , , ...... .. **'. *'

Dec 21st
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Dot Tomkinson

This has been both an incredible but heartbreaking story of racism, hate and injustice, my heart hurt at Curtis being denied the opportunity to attend his own Mother's funeral 😢 Great reporting and thank you for bringing us this story.

Dec 17th
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Nick Lupish

Great Investigative Report. Well done. any chance anyone knows the song played during the credits of season 2 ?

Dec 11th
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LittleMissPerfect ForYou

i think the storytelling found within the #inthedarkpodcast matches the quality of dirty john and dr death! #amazing podcast!

Dec 10th
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Kate O'Neal Talbert

LittleMissPerfect ForYou I totally agree!!

Dec 31st
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Skizzums

whats up with all the missing audio? I keep thinking its a streaming error, but no, I can go back and the time is just missing. fantastic reporting, the first season was very interesting, although kinda felt repetitious by the last couple episodes until getting to the statistics of solved cases, but anyhow, very good and very dark material. listening to the last couple guys was quite disturbing. I'm halfway through second now, and the reporting seems to have matured even more since the first, but I dont find the material as compelling, just as a case anyways.

Dec 7th
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Lori Brooks

I would love to hear y'all investigate the case of the kidnapped women in Ohio by a man named Ariel Castro (sp?). I can't even begin to imagine how he was able to get away with it for so long.

Dec 6th
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Kymmjellybean

I guess I'm wondering... we can agree that Curtis Flowers did not commit this crime, but someone did. Has the defense done anything to investigate and find the real killer?

Dec 1st
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minombre esnada

Kymmjellybean It's not the job of the defense to find the real killer. That is the job of cops and prosecutors. If they put away their egos and actually cared about justice, they'd do their jobs instead of rail roading this person.

Dec 3rd
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