8 episodes

Voices for Justice is written, produced, and, hosted by Sarah Turney. It features the story of missing teen and Sarah's sister, Alissa Turney. Alissa went missing from Phoenix, Arizona in 2001 when she was 17 years old. The only person of interest in Alissa's case is her and Sarah's father. This podcast gives a never before seen and extremely intimate look into the strange circumstances leading up to Alissa's disappearance. Sarah will be reviewing 30+ years of video and audio records, 3000 pages of case record from the nearly 20 year police investigation, and current efforts being made to get justice for Alissa.

Voices for Justice Sarah Turney

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    • 4.9, 573 Ratings

Voices for Justice is written, produced, and, hosted by Sarah Turney. It features the story of missing teen and Sarah's sister, Alissa Turney. Alissa went missing from Phoenix, Arizona in 2001 when she was 17 years old. The only person of interest in Alissa's case is her and Sarah's father. This podcast gives a never before seen and extremely intimate look into the strange circumstances leading up to Alissa's disappearance. Sarah will be reviewing 30+ years of video and audio records, 3000 pages of case record from the nearly 20 year police investigation, and current efforts being made to get justice for Alissa.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
573 Ratings

573 Ratings

vitaminbree ,

Wonderful podcast

Sarah is such an amazing advocate for not only justice for her sister, but many other cases. I believe with her hard work and dedication she will get the justice her sister deserves! KEEP IT GOING GIRL

smitc23 ,

Our Father

Sarah. I don't know how you do it but I admire your tenacity. I would do the same for my sister. Love listening. But if you say “our father” one more time on Episode 5 I probably would have turned it off, super annoying.

frainch toast ,

Well done / FYI regarding learning disabilities...

Impressive work and admirable. So sad for Alissa.

A note on learning disabilities:
I find it surprising that to this day there is still such ignorance about learning disabilities. “Learning Disabilities” are a broad categorization of lots of different kinds of information processing problems that can cause difficulty during the learning years (esp. elementary and middle school).

Learning disabilities are NOT intellectual disabilities. They are in no way associated with I.Q. or intelligence. Generally, people with learning disabilities are average or above average intelligence. In fact, the most famous genius of our time, Albert Einstein, had a learning disability. He was dyslexic.

So, she may have been diagnosed generally or with a specific learning disability, but your father clearly did not understand the meaning of the diagnosis and/or he chose to attribute meaning to it that was incorrect (i.e. it means she’s of below average intelligence). But I want you to know she could have had one and you wouldn’t necessarily know. They are known as “hidden” disabilities.

Here are a few specific types of learning disabilities — all are very different from one another:

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)
Dyscalculia.
Dysgraphia.
Dyslexia.
Language Processing Disorder.
Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities.
Visual Perceptual/Visual Motor Deficit.
ADHD.

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