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"Lone Wolf is an inside look at a domestic terrorism investigation and prosecution, told from multiple points of view, including those of the FBI, ATF, US Attorney's offices, local law enforcement, defense attorneys and the bomber himself."
Tags: domestic terrorism investigation; FBI; ATF; lone offenders; McVeigh; Kaczynski; PACER electronic filing system; Richard Jewell; Administrative Maximum U.S. Penitentiary; ADX; Justice Department; UNABOM; CENTBOMB; Army of God
An exclusive investigation into the case of a teenaged accused murderer executed in 1993 in Texas.The story documented for the first time substantial new evidence, including statements from the lone prosecution witness, the co-defendant, and the alibi witness, that strongly suggests Cantu was wrongly executed. Also the lone eyewitness may have been urged to identify Cantu by the sergeant in charge of the case.
Pitch Weekly reports on "the shenanigans of a small town police chief and his officers in Lone Jack, Mo., forty miles southeast of Kansas City." The story reveals that Chief Jeffrey Jewell was harassing his female staff and female juvenile offenders, while inefficiently handling most investigations. Another finding is that a police officer in Jewell's department had allegedly joined forces with local burglars to cover a theft ring.