Murder On The Space Coast show

Murder On The Space Coast

Summary: From 1980 to 1983, if a heinous crime was committed and the Brevard County prosecutors office had limited evidence to build a case on, they went to what can be likened to a playbook on how to seal a conviction.

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 Season Two: Episode 2: Convicted | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:27:39

Wilton Dedge is found guilty. FLORIDA TODAY's John A. Torres explores the Brevard County, Florida, judicial system in the 1980s when use of a fraudulent dog handler and jailhouse snitches were common place in securing a conviction. Murder on the Space Coast is presented by FLORIDA TODAY - Part of the USA TODAY Network.

 Season Two: Episode 1: Justice Denied | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:19:11

Four innocent men. Four wrongful convictions. Four cries for help. FLORIDA TODAY's John A. Torres explores the Brevard County, Florida, judicial system in the 1980s when use of a fraudulent dog handler and jailhouse snitches were common place in securing a conviction. Murder on the Space Coast is presented by FLORIDA TODAY - Part of the USA TODAY Network.

 Season Two: Summarizing Season One | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:09:49

As FLORIDA TODAY prepares to roll out Season 2, John wanted to look back at the first season of Murder on the Space Coast.

 Season One: Did Justice Matter? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:10:23

Coming in February 2017, season two of Murder on the Space Coast takes a look at the troubling similarities of several wrongfully convicted men in Brevard County and whether justice mattered to a State Attorney’s Office bent on tallying convictions and closing out cases.

 Season One: Bonus Episode: The Story Continues... | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 01:22:22

As the Murder on the Space Coast team conducts a panel discussion before a live audience, the decision is made to continue digging deeper into not only Gary Bennett’s case but troubling similarities his case shares with that of three wrongfully convicted men who are now free.

 Season One: Episode Six: Out of Options? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:30:11

What’s next? Was justice served or is an innocent man languishing behind bars? Are there any options left at all?

 Season One: Episode Five: Secrets Revealed | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:28:29

Maybe police knew what they were doing all along. Terrible secrets about the suspect are revealed and they may just explain why the police seemed to have a bull’s-eye on his back from the start.

 Season One: Episode Four: Stacked Deck? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:28:27

An alibi falls apart. Two jailhouse snitches cut deals. A lawyer handpicked by the state is not up to the task of defending this murder suspect. Is there any way he can convince a jury against this stacked deck?

 Season One: Meet the Murder on the Space Coast crew | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:02:16

Join FLORIDA TODAY News Columnist John A. Torres and the rest of the "Murder on the Space Coast" crew for an intimate evening discussing the 1983 homicide of Helen Nardi. Visit on.tod.com/mosc for more details and tickets.

 Season One: Episode Three: Indictment | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:26:02

The neighbor is arrested and then released but the police focus never leaves him. He is indicted three months after the murder but only after prosecutors use their secret weapon to produce evidence that is dubious at best. Murder on the Space Coast is sponsored by attorney Steve Casanova - www.surferlaw.com

 Season One: Episode Two: Did He Do It? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:22:46

The focus turns to a 26-year-old unemployed neighbor when his palm print is discovered in the dead woman’s trailer. Did he leave it during a visit or during her murder? Could he have done it? Murder on the Space Coast sponsored by attorney Steven Cassanova: www.surferlaw.com

 Season One: Episode One: Who Killed Helen? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:25:15

A woman is found stabbed to death in her Palm bay, Florida, trailer and everyone is asking "Who killed Helen?" Had the skeletons in her closet finally caught up with her? FLORIDA TODAY News Columnist John A. Torres (@JohnAlberTorres) brings you the story of the 1983 murder of Helen Nardi. Murder on the Space Coast sponsored by attorney Steven Cassanova: www.surferlaw.com

 Subscribe now and follow the story | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:02:45

Coming Aug. 8, FLORIDA TODAY News Columnist John A. Torres (@JohnAlberTorres) brings you our six-part podcast "Murder on The Space Coast." The podcast looks at a 33-year-old murder case, the victim, her bizarre family life, the person convicted in her death and asks the question: Is the killer really behind bars? Subscribe today so you never miss an episode. Murder on the Space Coast sponsored by attorney Steven Casanova: www.surferlaw.com

 Coming August 8th: Murder on the Space Coast | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:02:39

Follow along on our 6-week, in-depth investigation into one of Brevard County, Florida's most gruesome murders. FLORIDA TODAY News Columnist John A. Torres (@JohnAlberTorres) introduces you to Helen Nardi, a woman whose sordid past may have lead to her 1983 murder. And while someone was convicted in her death, is the killer really behind bars? Murder on the Space Coast sponsored by attorney Steven Casanova: www.surferlaw.com

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