Nov 20, 2014 | 4:10The Fifth Estate Why some police reject The Reid Technique Video
The Fifth Estate Why some police reject The Reid Technique Nov 20, 2014 | 4:10The Reid Technique may be the most widely used police interviewing method, but it’s not the only one. The PEACE method was created in 1992 in England as a more scientific and ethical approach to interviewing after several high-profile wrongful convictions. It is now used in Norway and New Zealand. In Canada, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary adopted the PEACE technique in 2009 when the Lamer inquiry cited interviewing techniques as contributing to three wrongful convictions in three homicides.
Nov 5, 2014 | 2:49The Fifth Estate Jon Riley missing for one year but not in missing person website Video
The Fifth Estate Jon Riley missing for one year but not in missing person website Nov 5, 2014 | 2:49“Mom gone to Toronto for a couple of days. Got my GST.” That was the last note Jon Riley wrote to anyone before disappearing more than a year ago.
When Riley didn’t return after a couple of days, his mother was not alarmed, assuming he had decided to stay in Toronto. It was his younger sister Judi who realized something was wrong when she didn’t get her regular emails from her brother.
Nov 4, 2014 | 8:03The Fifth Estate Was Candace Shpeley, missing since 2007, murdered? Video
The Fifth Estate Was Candace Shpeley, missing since 2007, murdered? Nov 4, 2014 | 8:03It was only after his 24-year-old daughter Candace went missing in 2007 that Barry Shpeley realized how few recent photos he had of her. He was focused instead on his grandchildren, but now tells anyone who will listen to take as many photos of their adult children as possible.
Oct 31, 2014 | 2:37The Fifth Estate The difference between a working and faulty GM ignition switch Video
The Fifth Estate The difference between a working and faulty GM ignition switch Oct 31, 2014 | 2:37Mark Hood, an engineer specializing in failure analysis demonstrates the difference in torque between GM's faulty ignition switch and a fixed version of that ignition switch. The faulty switch had a torque below the original specifications set by GM, causing the ignition to inadvertently move from the "Run" position, to the "Accessory" position.
Oct 23, 2014 | 21:20The Fifth Estate MK Ultra Video
The Fifth Estate MK Ultra Oct 23, 2014 | 21:20Our 1980 report on a secret CIA research project, carried out in Montreal by Dr. Uen Cameron, in which mental patients, felt they were used as CIA Guinea Pigs. The CIA was interested in Dr. Cameron's work on Psychic driving because it could give them an idea of where the personality could break, or be stressed? Hosted by Adrienne Clarkson
Oct 17, 2014 | 5:11The Fifth Estate Has Anyone Seen Lorraine Roach? A Daughter's Appeal Video
The Fifth Estate Has Anyone Seen Lorraine Roach? A Daughter's Appeal Oct 17, 2014 | 5:11It was a call to wish her mom a happy Mother’s Day that alerted Jennifer Debernardi to the fact that her mother was missing. Lorraine Roach never returned her call.
Roach had suffered from depression her whole life but was on medication. Her minivan was found at the side of Lily Lake Rd., west of the city. It was an area she would commonly use to go back and forth from the city to her home.
On October 14, 2014 Peterborough County OPP did a ground search of an area in Selwyn Township, prompted by a tip. They didn't find anything and won't comment on whether foul play is suspected but acknowledge that Roach's disappearance is now a criminal investigation.
Sep 12, 2014 | 1:20The Fifth Estate Walk the Line Video
The Fifth Estate Walk the Line Sep 12, 2014 | 1:20In ‘Walk the Line’, Mark Kelley has the astonishing story of former Montreal police investigator Benoit Roberge, once known for putting bikers behind bars, but now accused of selling police information to the Hells Angels - and insight from other officers who have walked that thin line between cop and criminal.
Sep 5, 2014 | 0:30The Fifth Estate Not a 'suicide' letter Video
The Fifth Estate Not a 'suicide' letter Sep 5, 2014 | 0:30Dr. Michael Woodworth is a forensic psychologist and Professor at UBC Okanagan. His primary areas of research include criminal behaviour and deception detection. A year before she disappeared, Emma wrote a letter laying out what to do with her personal belongings.