Looper murders bullets and Rossi to be tested at FBI headquarters
Charles Wakefield Jr.’s attorneys want to conduct an independent ballistics analysis of a .32 Rossi revolver discovered by Murder, etc.
The season finale of Murder, etc. chronicles Charles Wakefield, Jr.’s 35-year effort to get out of prison and the time afterward as he tries to prove his innocence.
How did prosecutors convict Charles Wakefield Jr.? They played by the rules…just not the rules you know.
How would you build a jury of Charles Wakefield’s peers?
After the discovery of potential new evidence in the Looper murders case, a startling report of what’s happening inside the Greenville Police Department.
Bombshell admission of new evidence accusing a lawman of the Looper murders
Charles Wakefield survived Death Row…and ended up in hell.
Charles Wakefield may have been innocent of murder, but he was not 100% innocent of everything.
The police told you about one word on the street. The didn’t tell you about the other.