When a K-9 officer in the Scott County, Tennessee, Sheriff’s Department winds up shot at the hands of his partner, a grieving widow takes it upon herself to untangle the truth from the lies. Was it just a catastrophic accident? Or an intentional killing? National Magazine Award-winning reporter Sean Flynn returns to Scott County two decades after the shooting to tell the story of one woman’s pursuit of justice—and one community’s enduring reckoning with the fallout. Witnessed: Friendly Fire is part of The Binge - a new channel on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe to The Binge to unlock all episodes of this show, ad-free, right now. Your subscription also unlocks the entire network of podcasts on The Binge with a brand new story dropping every month - that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Click ‘try free’ at the top of the Witnessed show page on Apple Podcasts to start your free trial or visit GetTheBinge.com to get access wherever you get your podcasts.
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Spectacle: True Crime host, Mariah Smith, sits down with Sean Flynn to chat all things about the newest season of Witnessed: Friendly Fire. She puts host Sean Flynn in the hot seat and they dig into true crime – how we report these stories, why we’re... more
Marty tells his version of events leading to what officials have deemed a tragic accident. However, some key details don’t add up. The former prosecutor and TBI supervisor confront the inconsistencies and say the investigation was thorough. Does Lor... more
Lori decides to conduct her own investigation. She speaks to two witnesses who were there when John John was shot—and they share a different, and troubling, version of events. An innocent man questions why his name was dragged into the case. A Campsi... more
That gave me chill bumps! Tears filled my eyes as if I was still there that very night. I have questions about a certain Detective.
Why am I paying a monthly fee and still hearing commercials? I went to season 2 first listened without commercials - was great! Now I am on season 1 which I am enjoying BUT I do not appreciate paying for commercials! Not to be a complainer - is that not why we pay the monthly fee? more
Why did the TBI answer the question for him when they asked Marty in his interview? Why didn't Mr Phillps want to talk with him being there if he didn’t have anything to hide ? A lot of questions not answered by the ones that are suppose to serve and protect at no cost !
really disturbing that Feds wished the sheriff had lied and presented that it was a rogue sting operation rather than be thrown in jail for the crime he committed or that they didn't follow the money to figure out how he was able to afford all the property he owned to show he had been doing this for a while.
I couldn't agree more 🧐 This has been an awesome experience listening to this story.... I will be continuing this podcast one episode at a time. Thank you for this awesome podcast...
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