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S01E05 | Q&A Episode | The Interviews Part 1

American Justice Podcast

Release Date: 04/10/2020

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American Justice Podcast

Join Scott & C. Derick to find out how the game of golf saved Valentino Dixon from a lifetime behind bars. You will not want to miss this very interesting story. Also, be sure to check out Valentino's amazing art and clothing line at Call to Action Thank you for listening to this season of the American Justice Podcast. Leave us a voicemail, send us a Facebook message, or blog about the show on . If you have any tips on the case, please call 972-942-0444. Valentino Dixon links and videos VIDEOS: You might get some good sound about 2 minutes and 35 seconds in: This is the...

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American Justice Podcast

In Episode 15, Season 3 of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick dissect the sad case of Terance Calhoun, a Detroit man who spent 15 years in prison for assault and rape but was cleared of the crimes after undisclosed DNA results proved his innocence. They go through how an innocent man with cognitive dissonance was allowed to plead no contest even though witness descriptions and DNA evidence did not link him to the crimes. 00:50 Introduction 14:07 The Story of Terance Calhoun 16:40 The Numerous Rape and Assault Cases in Detroit 18:45 Detroit as One of the Most Violent Cities in...

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In episode fourteen, season three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick break down the gruesome murders of 29-year-old Doris Wahington and Her 13-year-old daughter Nishonda. They discuss how prosecutorial misconduct and contradictory eyewitness testimonies meant 23+ years for Darryl Howard, even after no DNA or biological evidence connected him to the crime scene. 04:45 The Case of Darryl Howard 09:12 The Death of Doris Washington and Her 13-year-old daughter Nishonda 12:45 The Risky Life of Doris Washington Before the Gruesome Murder 14:30 Darryl Is Questioned By the Police...

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American Justice Podcast

In Episode 13, Season 3 of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick tackle the tragic tale of Kirk Bloodsworth, a waterman and decorated Marine who was charged and convicted for sexual assault, rape, and first-degree murder of nine-year-old Dawn Hamilton in 1984. They discuss how an innocent man was convicted of a rape-murder he didn't commit, only for DNA evidence to exonerate him and link one of his prison mates to the crime. 05:57 Introduction 07:55 Factors That Led to the Arrest of 23-year-old Kirk Bloodsworth 09:45 Kirk is Arrested Even Though Physical Description of Suspect Does...

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In Episode 12, Season Three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott Poggensee and C. Derick Miller talk about the William Dillon case. He is a man who spent 27 years behind bars for a murder DNA proves he didn't commit. William was wrongfully convicted in 1981 based on questionable eyewitness identification and unreliable testimony from a jailhouse informant. He shares what it's like being investigated, prosecuted, and jailed for 27 years for a murder he didn't commit. Hear from his own words as he talks to Scott Poggensee about his experiences and what it's like now being exonerated. Also,...

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In episode eleven, season three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick tackle the controversial murder of Marilyn Green and Jerry Hillard, two teenage lovers shot dead in an Illinois public pool in 1982. They discuss how two men, Anthony Porter and Alstory Simon, separately served time in prison for the murders and try to unravel the bizarre case full of deception and injustice tangled in a web of information.   00:50  Introduction 09:38  The Gruesome Murder of Marilyn Green and her fiance, Jerry Hillard 13:03  Key Witness William Taylor is Interrogated For 17...

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  In episode ten, season three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick break down the twisted tale of two brothers, Tom and Floyd Bledsoe, the main suspects in the kidnapping, rape, and murder of 14-year-old Camille Arfmann. They discuss how one brother spent nearly 16 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit before being cleared by DNA evidence and a suicide note.     04:13  Introduction 11:05  14-year-old Camille Arfmann Goes Missing 14:07  Tom Bledsoe Confesses to Killing Camille and Turns Himself In 18:03  Camille's Body is Found...

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In S03E09 of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick dissect the story of Anthony Wright, a 20-year-old man who was wrongly convicted of raping and murdering 77-year-old Louise Talley in 1991. The duo narrates how Mr. Wright endured two trials and 25 years in prison before DNA evidence found him not guilty of the 1991 rape and murder. Time Stamps 00:40  Introduction 09:38  Unethical Practices Among Law Enforcement Officials 15:05  The History of DNA Forensics 18:37  The Rape and Murder of 77-Year-Old Louise Talley 20:57  Incriminating Confessions From Roland...

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In episode eight season three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick break down the chilling rape and murder of Sabrina Bui, an 11-year-old girl found dead in a field - underwear stuffed down her throat, bloodied and raped in 1983. They discuss how two brothers, Henry McCollum and Leon Brown, were coerced into a confession, wrongfully convicted of murder, and sent to prison for more than 30 years for a crime that DNA evidence would later prove they didn't commit.   Time Stamps 01:40  The case of Sabrina Bui 03:00  Why Henry McCollum and Leon Brown Became the Prime...

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In episode seven season three of the American Justice Podcast, Scott and C. Derick discuss the disappointing case of Willie Stokes, a Philadelphia man who spent 37 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. The duo go through how a key witness was allegedly offered sex and drugs at police headquarters to frame Stokes in an unsolved 1980 dice-game slaying case that highlights the ugly side of police and prosecutorial misconduct. Time Stamps 01:50  Introducing Willie Stokes 03:07  The Most Common Cause of Wrongful Convictions 04:02  The Backstory to Stokes' Arrest and...

More Episodes

This week, Scott and C. Derick answer your questions about the first part of Charla Woodruff's first on-camera interview with Ranger Collins. She discusses her parents and starts making accusations of abuse. If you cannot understand her words, we suggest you go back and watch that episode here on YouTube, where the interview is transcribed.

Where to Listen:

Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/american-justice-podcast/id1442874178

Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/american-justice/s1e1-brandon-woodruff-case-overview

Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/5y7UVzvchLxJYbrceVTbvX

Online - www.americanjusticepodcast.com

If you would like to submit a question for next week's episode, you can reach is in any of the following ways:




Voicemail: (972) 942-0444

Email: [email protected]

You can read more about Brandon Woodruff's case and the documentary in production about his case here:


You can reach the hosts here -

Scott Poggensee

Email - [email protected]



C. Derick Miller