By TCPalm | USA TODAY Network
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Second chances for kids who killed || New episodes every Thursday in January. Murderers who killed as kids – sometimes decades ago – are getting a shot at freedom from their life prison terms thanks to recent court rulings. As judges resentence hundreds of offenders in Florida and more across the country, victims’ families are reliving the crimes and dealing with the devastating fallout as many of these killers receive reduced terms and in some cases, go free. In this podcast, you'll meet the murderers, hear from victims' families, relive the crimes and learn if these killers walk free. This podcast is produced by TCPalm, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK
||ExplicitBrooks Bellay | 1979 Vero Beach murder of a young girl||Brooks Bellay was 14 when he killed a little girl…||1/17/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDennis Creamer | 1968 Brevard County murder of a father of six||Dennis Creamer was 15 when he shot and killed a f…||1/10/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitIntroducing Uncertain Terms||In Florida, hundreds of juvenile offenders servin…||12/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
I’m obsessed with this podcast!
I love this podcast for many reasons! One of them being, the light it’s shining on children murderers as they’re often punished harsher than adults. Also, I love how this podcast brings in real-life video sound bites from the actual court trials of the crimes they’re speaking of. Lastly, these podcasters aren’t just basing they’re show on hearsay. They’re meeting with and interviewing the victims and/or the perpetrators of these crimes. They’ve even compiled videos and photos that go along with each podcast on they’re website. Being able to see those things makes it more real for me and helps me interpret the crimes better. I can’t wait for the next one!
These first two episodes are really compelling stories, and the original audio clips really make for great listening. Can’t wait for more
Brooks Bellay episode 2
👍👍👍 even better than the first episode, what a compelling story. Archived audio transports you right back to 1979!