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S2 E15: Revelations

S2 E15: Revelations

Update: 2019-07-0244
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It's been 11 days since the U.S. Supreme Court threw out Curtis Flowers' conviction. But the story didn't end there. In recent days, there have been three other significant developments, including new details from a key witness, that may determine Flowers' fate. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.
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Dave Regan

Parker absolutely ruined Wille James Hemphill as an information source. The two pressing questions that have not been answered are "How did Hemphill become a suspect?" and "Why is Doug Evans trying so hard to protect him?" The best person to answer these questions other than Evans himself (who will not talk) is Hemphill and now he needlessly won't talk to them ever again. Also, did anyone else look at the map and notice that Tardy furniture is the very first business that you encounter walking into town from branch Street? If someone were living on Branch Street and looking to rob a lucrative target for drug money, Tardy would be the obvious choice.

Sep 14th
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Gary Openshaw

surely you can do an update in September letting us know what's going on if only it's just 5 minutes to let us know what is happening

Sep 2nd
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Adriana

stop with them tears too... you didn't shed no tears for the man for 20+yrs but now we supposed to feel sorry for YOU(??) pfffft

Aug 28th
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Adriana

then you go to jail dummy!! at least you're doing the right thing .... I don't understand what's so hard about that! her freedom is more important than someone else's?? cause of her (but not only her)he spent the last 20yrs in prison! tell the da what they wanna hear , record them trying to force you ... tell the truth in the witness stand. she could have done any if those things but she chose to lie instead smh

Aug 28th
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Gary Openshaw

anybody got any information about when the next episode will be out or what's actually happening in the court?

Aug 23rd
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Gary Openshaw

talk about left in the dark that's what I feel like at the moment come on next episode or are we all caught up in red tape because the court case is actually happening now due to all this evidence that This podcast and these amazing ladies have managed to put together

Aug 7th
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Linn Hedström

Thank you for the amazing work you do! I'm looking forward to hearing more about this case.

Jul 18th
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Mayra Hernandez

WOW! Great job ladies!

Jul 11th
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Gauri Menon

I don't know if Willie James Hemphill committed the murders but I also know that Curtis did not comitt the murders. I think there is someone else who has just not been identified as yet. I liked this episode but I think when someone says that they don't want to talk to you I would have preferred if Parker backed off because that whole conversation at the courthouse with busdown got nothing good out of it. that part where they were talking to Clemmy that broke my heart because I felt the remorse through her tears about how she made a mistake but was not given a chance to correct it but instead made the same mistake 6 different times because she was afraid for her life. But I hope that Curtis is acquitted if tried a 7th time. what would be better is if the courts threw out the whole case against him- however- this I don't think will be likely because the law offices working on the case for Curtis Flowers have so deeply and with such conviction convinced themselves that Curtis is guilty. and if they do go on trial again I don't think DA Doug Evans will use Clemmy as a witness because it only makes his case weaker. I hope the whole thing gets thrown out. but my biggest question to law enforcement and government officials in Memphis is....how do you give back an innocent man 22 years of his life? he's lost his mom. May very soon loose his dad. He may get out feeling like he has nothing....so how does one compensate for all of that. because that is also a part of justice for Curtis Flowers

Jul 4th
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April Spicer

Great work ladies!! I worry about you putting yourselves in dangerous situations though. Be careful! Willie Hemphill sounds dangerous & a liar! I believe he could be the killer now! Never thought it was Flowers. Wondering why Evans & Johnson targeted Curtis when they had Hemphill. Was it easier to frame Curtis?

Jul 2nd
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Seth Golembeske

Mr. Hemphill is a liar

Jul 2nd
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Richard Dvorak

WOW! WOW!WOW! This may be the most impactful journalism I have ever witnessed. There is NO WAY the State could go to trial. You have eviscerated the State's entire case. Great work!

Jul 2nd
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