This season’s case involves a black man in a racist village called Caledonia, in Racine County, Wisconsin. Home state of the Steven Avery case (Making a Murderer) and the Kyle Rittenhouse case, Wisconsin seems to be very controversial in the way it hands down … justice. This episode covers the opening statements by the prosecution and defense, along with the first couple witnesses.
A big shout out to Nic from the True Crime Garage for submitting the Vincent Cosey case. You’ll hear from Nic throughout the season. We hope you enjoy!
0:00 Previously on the American Justice Podcast
02:26 Beginning of Today’s Episode in Chief
06:26 Prosecution Opening Statement
10:51 Writer’s Note by Head Writer C. Derick Miller
11:32 Prosecution Opening Statement Continued
20:26 Defense Opening Statement
37:01 Today’s Episode Cont.
37:50 Vinnie’s Mom Says She Never Told the Police Vinnie Confessed
39:31 Vinnie’s Mom Talking About Police Searching Her House
43:01 Vinnie Tells Why He Turned Himself In
47:05 Writer’s Note by Head Writer C. Derick Miller
49:19 Vinnie Talks About How Felicia Did Not Know Him
52:53 Scott & Nic Talk About Felicia Not Knowing Vinnie
1:01:03 Scott & Nic Talk About Ear Witnesses Unreliable
1:08:59 Vinnie Talks About Identification of His Car
1:11:34 Wrap Up
Where to Listen:
Apple – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/american-justice-podcast/id1442874178
Email – Scott@AtuAProductions.com
C. Derick Miller
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