Michele was a beautiful young woman who married prominent businessman Cal Harris. All seemed well until Michele went missing on September 11, 2001. Did Michele leave, or was she murdered as the prosecution contends? Lis Wiehl investigates.
The Cal Harris Story: Seeking Justice After Acquittal
In part two of the Wiehl of Justice interview with newly exonerated Cal Harris, Cal opens up and explains why he wants justice for those he feels abused their official powers in his case. Was this personal? Were there motivations having nothing to do with actual evidence? Harris and his attorney Bruce Barket elaborate on these issues in this podcast. We also learn more about who they feel is the real perpetrator against Michele Harris, and how they are trying to help authorities pursue this avenue of investigation. Remember: if you’ve missed how this Wiehl of Justice podcast series began, be sure to start with episode one here: The Cal Harris Story – Episode One
Cal Harris – Not Guilty! Harris And His Attorney Speak With Wiehl of Justice
For Cal Harris, the fourth time was a charm. Harris was found not guilty of the murder of his wife, Michele Harris in a bench trial (no jury) before Judge Richard Mott on May 24. Harris had been convicted twice before, with those convictions overturned on appeal. His third trial ended in a hung jury. It’s only now that Harris can finally relax, knowing that he can no longer be tried for Michele’s murder. Wiehl of Justice caught up with Harris and his attorney, Bruce Barket to discuss his long ordeal and how it has impacted his family. If you are new to the Cal Harris saga, make sure you check out Wiehl of Justice’s series on this case, beginning with episode one: Ep. 1 – Cal Harris Story: The Beginning Here’s part one of a Wiehl of Justice two-part interview with Harris and Barket on what’s come before, and what’s still on the horizon. Rest assured that Cal has plenty to say!
Lis Wiehl Discusses Her New Book: The Newsmakers
The tables are turned on this edition of Wiehl of Justice, as producer Jennifer Williams interviews Lis about her new book The Newsmakers. We learn more about the book’s central character, television reporter Erica Sparks, as she makes her way through the cutthroat jungle of a cable television news network. Are there any similarities between the life Erica leads and the life of our TV news personality author Lis? Listen in to find out! You can get your own copy of The Newsmakers hot off the presses here.
The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 7
It’s time to wrap up what we know about the Adeline Wilford murder case. In this episode, the Wiehl of Justice producers join Lis to share their thoughts. And contributing as well is a Wiehl of Justice podcast listener named Lisa, who tells us what she’s left with after hearing all the episodes for this case. It was great to have a listener give us her opinions on the case! Just a reminder that if you haven’t heard Episodes 1 – 6 yet, please follow the links below before getting the spoilers in this producers wrap-up! See if you share some of the same views as the producers. Are the two men convicted for the murder actually guilty, or do you now have some doubts? Grab the previous episodes! Subscribe to the Wiehl of Justice podcast on iTunes here. If you’ve got an Android or other podcast app, you can subscribe here. If you’re looking for more intrigue, be sure to check out the first case we covered in depth: The Cal Harris Trial! Here are the previous posts on the Adeline Wilford case: The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 1 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 2 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 3 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 4 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 5 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 6
The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 6
This time on Wiehl of Justice, we get the viewpoint of a well-respected and honored lawyer from Maryland to help shed some light on where the Wilford case goes from here. Attorney Harry Trainor, Jr. has practiced in Maryland for many years as both a criminal defense and civil litigation attorney. While he’s not personally involved in the post-trial Wilford case, he is very well-versed in the details of what’s already occurred, as well as with the palm print evidence that has recently been identified and how that may impact the case. Be sure to download the previous episodes! Subscribe to the Wiehl of Justice podcast on iTunes here. If you’ve got an Android or other podcast app, you can subscribe here. And don’t miss the story we covered on our first case: The Cal Harris Trial! Here are the previous posts on the Adeline Wilford case: The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 1 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 2 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 3 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 4 The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 5
The Adeline Wilford Murder – Episode 5
So far, I’ve been talking a lot about the more technical aspects of this case. The investigations. The evidence. The confessions. All of the things that added up to two men behind bars. But, there’s an emotional side to this too. Of course there is the emotional toll that this has taken on Jonathan and David. They’ve been behind bars for a long time for a crime they may not have committed. There’s also the toll this has taken on Jonathan’s and David’s families. I wanted to speak to a few of them and learn more about this part of the story. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe to the Wiehl of Justice podcast on iTunes here. If you’ve got an Android or other podcast app, you can subscribe here. Catch up on the first four episodes here: Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 Click here if you missed our first case: The Cal Harris Trial
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Might be an interesting story, but it's hard to tell because the writing, storytelling, and production rose to an amateur level at best. Skip Wiehl of Justice.
Very intriguing story - told very well. You will not be disappointed in this podcast! I love it!