4 Disturbing podcasts on true crime
This week, a repeat of one of our favourite episodes, from March 2016.
A storied lieutenant from Colorado Springs looks back at the cases that got away. Of 31 unsolved cases, he feels he knows who committed 17 of the crimes.
"When you do an undercover assignment... if you can have them believe in you from the very first moment, you've got 'em." — Detective Ron Stallworth, on Wish We Were Here
Ron Stallworth was Colorado Springs' first African American detective. He tells the story of the time he went undercover with the KKK and accidentally revealed his real name.
"Most people think that they're not free to walk away... they feel like they have to cooperate and both of those things are wrong." — Leo Russomanno, on The Docket Podcast
A prominent criminal lawyer in Ottawa explains the rights of citizens when carded by a police officer.
"Frustratingly few details, such a simple chain of events leading up to a blooming catastrophe." — David Ridgen, on Someone Knows Something
Filmmaker David Ridgen unearths a mysterious cold case when he reexamines the sudden disappearance of a boy on a family fishing trip, 40 years ago.