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Jesse Mulligan talks with investigators, journalists and others about major crimes in New Zealand

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Jesse Mulligan talks with investigators, journalists and others about major crimes in New Zealand

    Case #027 Margery Hopegood

    Case #027 Margery Hopegood

    The 1992 murder of English tourist, Margery Hopegood, stunned the country.
    She was in New Zealand to discover her roots, but was stabbed to death in a Hamilton toilet block.

    • 21 min
    Case #026 Alicia O'Reilly

    Case #026 Alicia O'Reilly

    On August 16, 1980, 6 year-old Alicia O’Reilly was found dead in her bed, in the room she shared with her 8-year-old sister. For years the case has gone unsolved, but police are currently following up new leads  

    • 20 min
    Case #025 The Napier Siege

    Case #025 The Napier Siege

    In May 2009, three Napier police officers entered Jan Molenaar's home searching for drugs.
    The execution of a simple search warrant turned into a three day stand-off and ended with two deaths.

    • 16 min
    Case #024 - The Kahui Twins

    Case #024 - The Kahui Twins

    Chris and Cru Kahui were just 84 days old when they were fatally injured in their Auckland home. Their father, also Chris, was charged with murder but eventually acquitted of the crime.

    • 28 min
    Case #023 - Kirsa Jensen

    Case #023 - Kirsa Jensen

    On September 1, 1983 Kirsa Jensen saddled up her horse for a ride along Awatoto beach, near her home in Napier and was never seen again.

    • 23 min
    Case #022 - Lorraine & Aaron Cohen

    Case #022 - Lorraine & Aaron Cohen

    Lorraine Cohen and her son Aaron spent much of the 80's locked up in a Malaysia prison facing the death penalty.

    • 23 min

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Donna Chisholm Interview- missing Swedish Backpackers.

If this investigator is on the podcast it’s definitely a turn off. She talks like she is really stressed, interrupts the hosts as well. Just say what you need to say, as a reporter, you don’t have to get all emotional and sound highly strung talking about any case. Just state the facts. A calm talker can come across as very powerful.

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