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Follow the breakneck twists and turns of a strange, unsolved 2003 homicide where our reporter delves into her original recordings in an attempt to change the course of the case completely. Experience the case from every angle -- from the perspectives of the initial suspect, detectives, witnesses and the determined family of the victim, Burke O'Brien.

A Murder On Orchard Street ABC News

    • 事件/犯罪
    • 4.0、1件の評価

Follow the breakneck twists and turns of a strange, unsolved 2003 homicide where our reporter delves into her original recordings in an attempt to change the course of the case completely. Experience the case from every angle -- from the perspectives of the initial suspect, detectives, witnesses and the determined family of the victim, Burke O'Brien.

    Bonus: The Legacy

    Bonus: The Legacy

    In this bonus episode, now-retired Detective Kenny Silvia and two of Burke O'Brien's sisters open up to ABC News' Christina Kiely about how the case has impacted their lives.

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    • 20分
    7. The Missing Piece?

    7. The Missing Piece?

    Detective Kenny Silvia and ABC News reporter Christina Kiely head to Florida looking for answers. Could this finally be the missing piece?

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    • 18分
    6. The Reporter

    6. The Reporter

    Thirteen years after the murder, Detective Kenny Silvia reaches out to ABC News reporter Christina Kiely for help in bringing closure to the case.

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    • 19分
    5. The Family

    5. The Family

    A bump in the case brings the investigation to a screeching halt when a new witness steps forward, and another narrative takes shape.

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    • 25分
    4. The Other Lead

    4. The Other Lead

    The district attorney decides there is not enough evidence to prosecute Forrest, and a surprise call to the precinct upturns everything.

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    • 16分
    3. The Victim's Jacket

    3. The Victim's Jacket

    Detective Kenny Silvia is looking for a motive and thinks he's found one, but Forrest's interrogation leaves him with doubts.

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    • 17分

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Confirms police bias

I don’t think this is the point of this podcast, but it is a perfect example of how police make faulty assumptions based on their own biases and stupidity. They decide they know who did it, then build their case and slant the “facts” to fit. Innocent people go to jail; criminals go free. Who do they protect and serve? Themselves, I guess, because it doesn’t seem like it’s the public.

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