Texas Crime Files is a new podcast series that examines some of the most fascinating criminal cases in a state known for its heroes and villains. Texas has a larger-than-life history of criminal behavior and of its crime fighters who have sought to bring the full force of the law against those who menace society.
What's Next for Rodney Reed?
Hear reaction from both sides on Rodney Reed's stay of execution, details about new witnesses who have come forward and what's next for Reed.
Rodney Reed Receives a Stay of Execution
On Friday November 15th, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals blocked Reed’s execution. In episode 4, KVUE's Senior Reporter, Tony Plohetski, talks about what's next.
The Trial of Rodney Reed
Hear from the defense, the prosecution and a local trial lawyer at the time about Rodney Reed’s 1998 trial.
How Rodney Reed Became a Suspect
Linda Schlueter talks about how she was attacked months after the murder of Stacey Stites and how her attack led authorities to eventually arrest Reed.
The Murder of Stacey Stites
19-year-old Stacey Stites fails to show up for her job at a local grocery store on April 23, 1996. In a rare interview, Stacey Stites' sister, talks about her fondest memory of her little sister and why she doesn't believe Stacey's finance murdered her.
Trailer: Texas Crime Files: Rodney Reed
The Texas Crime Files podcast series examines the case of a man who may have been wrongly convicted and sentenced to die for the murder of a 19-year-old woman in a small Texas town. Rodney Reed proclaims his innocence as he awaits his execution November 20, 2019 for the killing of Stacy Stites. However, prosecutors say they still have no doubt Reed murdered Stites more than 20 years ago. Season One of Texas Crime Files looks into the controversial case and hears from both sides ahead of Reed's execution.
Bob Buckalew was my journalism professor a few years ago! This was so cool to listen to.
Where’s the next episodes?
Was looking forward to this but it’s taking too long for new episodes to come out when they are this short