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S2 E9: Why Curtis?

S2 E9: Why Curtis?

Update: 2018-06-1946
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After re-examining the case, we'd found no direct evidence linking Curtis Flowers to the murders at Tardy Furniture. But we had one lingering question: How did Flowers become the main suspect? Why would investigators focus so much on Flowers based on so little evidence? In short, why Curtis? We decided to find out. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.
Comments (10)

Lisa Brant

I am hoping that this podcast can help Flowers get out of jail.

Oct 23rd
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Boalt2009

Bobby Joe Townsend's case is a clear example of prosecutorial misconduct. Doug Jones should be disbarred. Shame on the state of Mississippi.

Oct 19th
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Amanda Ross

Madeleine's reporting is refreshing, intelligent and direct. season 2 is beautifully told.

Jun 28th
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Dods

Can't. Wait. For more! I feel a little ridiculous for being so hooked on this, but this Podcast is honestly incredibly well done.

Jun 24th
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Jeremy Pierce-Sunia

could it be a little biased, though?...

Jun 22nd
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Erica Rosas

Jeremy Pierce-Sunia she definitely pushes a liberal agenda. i like the podcast but her politics should stay out of it if she isnt biased. for example the end of season one when she brings a conversation about trump into the cast when it has absolutely nothing to do with case.

Jan 10th
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Ilenia Pezzaniti

Jeremy Pierce-Sunia Her reporting isn't biased. She's actively sought out answers from all parties involved. She's reporting what she's getting, and transparently so. If she's not given on the record access by those she's seeking answers from, that's not her fault. In fact, she could totally go off the record if she wanted, but she's doing her ethical duty as a journalist of "the people". If anything is biased, it's her cause, which is for "the people," justice, and the truth. Sounds fair to me.

Jun 27th
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Joe Howard

Why is the corruption so blatantly obvious to everyone other than the judge?

Jun 21st
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Rebecca Elaine Stevens

Joe Howard Because the judge is FRIENDS WITH DOUG EVANS

Aug 15th
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Ana Ontiveros

I'm kinda curious if any of this information in the entire podcast could help curtis out. Looking forward to how this podcast comes to an end

Jun 19th
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S1 E1: The Crime

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S1 E2: The Circle

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S1 E4: The Circus

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S1 E5: Person of Interest

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S1 E7: This Quiet Place

S1 E7: This Quiet Place

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S1 E9: The Truth

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S2 E2: The Route

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S2 E3: The Gun

S2 E3: The Gun

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S2 E4: The Confessions

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S2 E5: Privilege

S2 E5: Privilege

2018-05-2200:48:5756

S2 E6: Punishment

S2 E6: Punishment

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