8 episodes

A 7-part murder mystery.

The murder of Victor Decker is the only unsolved cop killing in Hampton Roads.

If it wasn’t the perfect crime, it was close enough.

Seven years after this decorated police officer was found with a bullet in his head, no one has been convicted — or even prosecuted.

The Virginian-Pilot spent months peering into the shadows of this high-profile whodunnit, following its twists and turns, uncovering its dark secrets.

Police and prosecutors say they’ve got Decker’s killers behind bars — even if it is for other crimes.

There’s a good chance the real killer is still out there.

Getting away with murder.

The Shot The Virginian-Pilot

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 11 Ratings

A 7-part murder mystery.

The murder of Victor Decker is the only unsolved cop killing in Hampton Roads.

If it wasn’t the perfect crime, it was close enough.

Seven years after this decorated police officer was found with a bullet in his head, no one has been convicted — or even prosecuted.

The Virginian-Pilot spent months peering into the shadows of this high-profile whodunnit, following its twists and turns, uncovering its dark secrets.

Police and prosecutors say they’ve got Decker’s killers behind bars — even if it is for other crimes.

There’s a good chance the real killer is still out there.

Getting away with murder.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

casper0510 ,

Really good!

Well done. Compelling. So much information on all sides. Not sure what the review saying “flawed but good” is all about. Give this a listen.

Jenkinsdraws ,

Flawed, buy good.

Flawed, but good. This podcast starts off slowly and meticulously and is well done. It does have one problem common with some poorer podcasts, however; the sound levels of various segments are annoyingly irregular- the narration proceeds, then the cuts to an interview or another voice the sound level of which is often far too loud. Unprofessional.
In the final episodes, speculation gets progressively wilder and backed with little or no evidence and some of those in the know allude to knowing much more - but only that. With this , the tone of the podcast is taken down. For pro journalists, just 'throwing it out there' is unacceptable. But on a whole, an entertaining effort.

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