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The Undisclosed podcast investigates wrongful convictions, and the U.S. criminal justice system, by taking a closer look at the perpetration of a crime, its investigation, the trial, and ultimate verdict... and finding new evidence that never made it to court. Season 2 features the case of Joey Watkins, a Georgia man sentenced to life in prison for the January 2000 murder of a romantic rival. Read case files and learn more about Joey and the Undisclosed team at

Customer Reviews

Good info

Good information but wish she didn't talk so fast it would be better;)


I love all things related to this case. I find it so fascinating and am interested in hearing all points of view. I only have one request, please speak slower. It was ridiculous how fast (whoever) was talking. Thank you!


This podcast is for listeners already super-familiar with Serial and its online reception and aftermath on The Intercept, Reddit, etc. No one else will understand this material. I’m one of those listeners though, so I find the material fascinating. BUT it’s very hard to understand Susan Simpson’s delivery. Sherunsallherwordstogetherwhenshereadsaloud. This is probably just a speech pattern of hers. She talks fast. But Rabia, Susan, etc, if you’re reading this—find someone to work with Susan on her delivery. I literally couldn’t understand some of what she said without “rewinding," and that’s hard in a car. I know Susan's got great material from reading her blog, but she r e a l l y n e e d s t o s l o w d o w n on the mic. I’m sure there are good coaches in the DC area who could help out. Otherwise keep it up for the die-hards. If you want to reach more than just the die-hards, don’t go into such granular detail and provide more reminders about the Big Picture in legal terms.

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