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The Undisclosed podcast investigates wrongful convictions, and the U.S. criminal justice system, by taking a closer look at the perpetration of a crime, its investigation, the trial, and ultimate verdict... and finding new evidence that never made it to court.
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December 16, 2021 / On our final addendum, we are joined by Radha Natarajan and Cynthia Mousseau from NEIP and Rabia Chaudry, hosted by Kevin Flynn. #undisclosed #udaddendum
December 13, 2021 / In the season finale of The State vs Jason Carroll, we circle back to the prime suspect and hear from the lead investigator himself about why he pivoted from "Kenny boy" to Jason Carroll instead. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
December 9, 2021 / In our second to last addendum, host, Kevin Flynn is joined by Rabia Chaudry and research assistant, Jennifer Leahy.
December 6, 2021 / This week's episode covers the trial of Jason Carroll, and takes a closer look at the evidence on hand to try and determine who killed Sharon Johnson. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed
December 2, 2021 / We're back this week with Sarah Cailean as a guest again, along with Rabia Chaudry and host, Kevin Flynn. Episode scoring music by Animal Weapon. #undisclosed #udaddendum
November 29, 2021 / Investigators finally have enough evidence to arrest Jason, Tony, and Ken for the murder of Sharon Johnson, but much of their plan still goes awry. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
November 18, 2021 / This week we get to speak to Jason Carroll's attorney, Cynthia Mousseau with the New England Innocence Project and Rabia Chaudry with host, Kevin Flynn.
November 15, 2021 / The team gives the many confessions of Jason Carroll and Tony Pfaff the Undisclosed treatment. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
November 11, 2021 / Tune in to this week's addendum as host, Kevin Flynn is joined by Rabia and special guest Jackie Carroll, Jason's sister.  #undisclosed #udaddendum
November 8, 2021 / In this episode, the Undisclosed team finally arrives at Jason Carroll, the young man who implicated himself in a crime he had nothing to do with. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed
November 4, 2021 / This week Kevin Flynn and Rabia Chaudry discuss episode 5 and answer listener questions.  #udaddendum
November 1, 2021 / As the Sharon Johnson murder goes cold, the State brings in their best closer, a legend in the law enforcement community, a man they affectionately call "Kojak." Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
October 28, 2021 / This week we have our very own Colin Miller hosting the addendum and is joined by Rabia Chaudry and our good friend Bob Ruff. Episode scoring music by Animal Weapon. #undisclosed #udaddendum
October 25, 2021 / In episode four, the Undisclosed team examines the numerous red herrings Ken Johnson lays for the police, including an extensive search for a mysterious man named "Bob." Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed
October 21, 2021 / This week's addendum has special guest, Amber Hunt along with Rabia Chaudry and host, Kevin Flynn as they discuss episode 3. Episode scoring music by Animal Weapon. #undisclosed #udaddendum
October 18, 2021 / In this week's episode, the Undisclosed team follows investigator's efforts to determine Sharon and Ken Johnson's movements on the night of the murder, and a new witness emerges. Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
October 14, 2021 / Kevin Flynn hosts addendum 2 along with guest, Sarah Cailean and Rabia Chaudry. Episode scoring music by Animal Weapon. #undisclosed #udaddendum
October 11, 2021 / The clue to who murdered Sharon Johnson may be hidden in her personal life.  Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed 
October 7, 2021 / Kevin Flynn hosts our first addendum of the Season 6 case against Jason Carroll. We are joined by Rabia Chaudry and special guest, Russell Benefield. Episode scoring music by Animal Weapon and Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed  #udaddendum  
October 4, 2021 / A husband reports his wife missing, not knowing that a few hours earlier the body of a murdered woman was found at a construction site.   Episode scoring music by Blue Dot Sessions. #undisclosed #freejasoncarroll
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Dan Pullar

Eye witness testimony, especially in a traumatic situation is not very reliable. I was in a robbery situation myself and came face to face with the suspect. I thoroughly described him to police. I was so convinced I knew his hair colour and clothing, height and everything. But upon watching security footage, the description was actually quite wrong. I did my best, but humans are not very reliable in these sorts of situations.

May 17th
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Wendy Tauzier McGinnis

um, I think you meant to say "criminals resisting arrest dying in the middle of the street and half of society is not holding these criminals responsible for their actions. Instead, they want to turn the criminals into the innocent party and the police into criminals." ok, glad we corrected that... you may continue.

May 14th
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Wendy Tauzier McGinnis

um, I think you meant to say "criminals resisting arrest dying in the middle of the street and half of society is not holding these criminals responsible for their actions. Instead, they want to turn the criminals into the innocent party and the police into criminals." ok, glad we corrected that... you may continue.

May 14th
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Wendy Tauzier McGinnis

Other than sleeping on the job, I didn't hear him do anything wrong. I not only didn't hear sexual harassment, but I heard no harassment of any type. At most annoying, but stopped when asked. He sounded like he just wanted a friend. The VA sounds like they were looking for any excuse to fire him.

Apr 16th
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Jennifer Wheeler

Excellent interview and content

Feb 2nd
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Kelly Enzor

I despise Jason's mother. What a gross dereliction of motherhood.

Feb 23rd
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Darth Brooks

he's so guilty,move on people

Sep 16th
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Stefanie

Tears of joy. #freeadnansyed

Sep 16th
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Valerie Pina

I caught it

Aug 15th
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Mariusz Kamiński

it's impossible to understand anything...

Jun 5th
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Grant Lanham

Has it been mentioned at any point whether Beverley has a long history of drug abuse? Because she sounds like long term former or current heroin addicts. I thought maybe they haven't mentioned it as a respect to her?

Feb 18th
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Chris Latty

There are 3 more likely suspects then Adnan....

Feb 7th
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Chris Latty

So a bad ice storm is happening and it was 50 degrees and having track practice outside.... 🤔

Dec 14th
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BC

I'd ask if it's a conflict of interest or a violation of police ethics to have a mother (cop) interrogate her son but we know the police are not well known for their ethics.

Dec 5th
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Stefanie

okay I'm sorry how was the wrong person convicted for this? like everything points to the husband what are you talkin about why is there some different dude being arrested and imprisoned for this. like cops are so stupid it makes me really question a lot of cases where people say they're innocent and have been saying the same story for years and years like they might just be because this is got to be the husband like he's a drunk he can't pay bills he married a woman who is better than him and people think he was weird and had a temper but he didn't go to prison for this because he said he didn't do it that's crap

Nov 19th
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Becky Green

YOU can call them whatever you want but one day you will be thankful for people who will save your ass from a tyrannical government. Ironic that people who purport to fight against injustice would unconditionally back the government.

Oct 30th
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Janette Jones

Such great. great news. Rabia, thanks for sharing your raw, tearful response to learning about Adnan's vacated status.

Sep 3rd
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Kenneth Lapham

great pod but why does the narrator insist on putting on that croaky / raspy voice??? sounds horrible.

Jun 23rd
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Stefanie

hi wants to do a research project on this very thing about weapons and markings on guns and how very subjective it is based on whoever the analysts is and that no two analysts ever seem to agree 100% on any bullets or casing. My forensic teacher at that time in 2004. That was an Abomination that I took that stance. I stand by my report.

Jun 14th
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Stefanie

sadly when you're dealing with a jury of 12 people that some of them aren't that educated, or have common sense that they're asked to use, you get guilty verdicts when clearly someone may have had an alibi or someone may not be the one identified he'll there have been times where people have been convicted even though somebody else said they did it. our judicial system is stupid because we rely on stupid people to be on a jury. I have gone to be on a jury several times and have been kicked off because maybe I was smarter than what they were looking for because as soon as they would ask me what I did for a living or how I felt about certain things I would give my answer and I would be struck from the jury. so it is not all the time that a jury has an equal representation of a variety of education levels. Like it isn't very often that you'll find someone with a master's or doctorate as a juror. So, that being said everything in America depends on our educational system and it sucks. Hell

Jun 14th
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