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Uncertain Terms

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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

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Bonus | Ask Us Anything

EHosts Melissa E. Holsman and Dacia Johnson answered questions live on TCPalm's Facebook page. Listen to the audio and learn how to submit your own questions. More about this project: tcpalm.com/uncertainterms Subscribe: Apple podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq

50 MINFEB 14
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Bonus | Ask Us Anything

Bonus | How did we get here? Science, law and more

EIn the last few years, more than 140 Florida juvenile killers have gotten a sentencing do-over. But we want to talk about why all of this is happening. Hear from Supreme Court justices, litigators, brain science experts and more. Transcripts and bonus content: http://bit.ly/UTbonus Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: t.co/U6EgGTYw3z

49 MINJAN 31
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Bonus | How did we get here? Science, law and more

James Morgan | 1977 Stuart murder - when is enough, enough?

EIn 1977, when James Morgan mutilated a Stuart grandmother at 16, a state doctor said insanity didn't drive him to kill. The truth was more disturbing. Now at age 57, James is seeking freedom from his life prison term in a new legal twist in his case that’s already gone through four murder trials and four death sentences. Transcripts and bonus content: bit.ly/UTPODJamesMorgan Meet the hosts: https://bit.ly/2QDJHfq Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: t.co/U6EgGTYw3z

42 MINJAN 31
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James Morgan | 1977 Stuart murder - when is enough, enough?

Lanadieal Ashe | 1995 Fort Pierce murder

ELanadieal Ashe was 8 when she testified about her dad killing her mom. Nearly 30 years later, she’s back in court for her own crime and her bid to go free. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: https://t.co/U6EgGTYw3z Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: /twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: https://bit.ly/2QDJHfq

42 MINJAN 24
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Lanadieal Ashe | 1995 Fort Pierce murder

Brooks Bellay | 1979 Vero Beach murder of a young girl

EBrooks Bellay was 14 when he killed a little girl in a small Florida beach town. Nearly 40 years later, he stood in front of a judge asking to be freed from his life prison term after law changes made him, and several hundred other, eligible for a sentencing do-over. Hear from Brooks, his lawyers and the little girl's parents in episode two of Uncertain Terms. Transcripts and photos: bit.ly/UTBrooksBellay Follow Uncertain Terms on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: https://t.co/U6EgGTYw3z Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8

37 MINJAN 17
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Brooks Bellay | 1979 Vero Beach murder of a young girl

Dennis Creamer | 1968 Brevard County murder of a father of six

EDennis Creamer was 15 when he shot and killed a father of six. Now, 49 years later, he’s asking a judge to free him. Changes to juvenile sentencing laws could lead to judges freeing hundreds of Florida killers serving life in prison. This is Uncertain Terms, a unique true-crime podcast from TCPalm, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK. Episode transcript, photos and videos: https://bit.ly/2rJipWd More about this project: tcpalm.com/uncertainterms Subscribe: Apple podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq

35 MINJAN 10
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Dennis Creamer | 1968 Brevard County murder of a father of six

Introducing Uncertain Terms

EIn Florida, hundreds of juvenile offenders serving life for murder are eligible for a sentencing do-over. “Uncertain Terms” is an exclusive true-crimeseries that digs into the compelling stories of teenagers who committed murder and were sentenced to life in prison, sometimes decades ago,as they return to court for resentencing — and could go free. Behind the microphones are two journalists, Melissa E. Holsman and Dacia Johnson, who have been working on this five-part series for more than a year. They've been attending court hearings, interviewing families, meeting with a rangeof experts and talking with prosecutors and defense attorneys. They obtainedhours of archived trial video —think oldVHS tapes —andworked with court officials to copystored audio from old trials. while also digging up oldpolice interrogations, taped confessions and crime scene evidence. Subscribe --> Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/uncertain-terms/id1445903246 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/s?fid=3...

2 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Latest Episodes

Bonus | Ask Us Anything

EHosts Melissa E. Holsman and Dacia Johnson answered questions live on TCPalm's Facebook page. Listen to the audio and learn how to submit your own questions. More about this project: tcpalm.com/uncertainterms Subscribe: Apple podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq

50 MINFEB 14
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Bonus | Ask Us Anything

Bonus | How did we get here? Science, law and more

EIn the last few years, more than 140 Florida juvenile killers have gotten a sentencing do-over. But we want to talk about why all of this is happening. Hear from Supreme Court justices, litigators, brain science experts and more. Transcripts and bonus content: http://bit.ly/UTbonus Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: t.co/U6EgGTYw3z

49 MINJAN 31
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Bonus | How did we get here? Science, law and more

James Morgan | 1977 Stuart murder - when is enough, enough?

EIn 1977, when James Morgan mutilated a Stuart grandmother at 16, a state doctor said insanity didn't drive him to kill. The truth was more disturbing. Now at age 57, James is seeking freedom from his life prison term in a new legal twist in his case that’s already gone through four murder trials and four death sentences. Transcripts and bonus content: bit.ly/UTPODJamesMorgan Meet the hosts: https://bit.ly/2QDJHfq Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: t.co/U6EgGTYw3z

42 MINJAN 31
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James Morgan | 1977 Stuart murder - when is enough, enough?

Lanadieal Ashe | 1995 Fort Pierce murder

ELanadieal Ashe was 8 when she testified about her dad killing her mom. Nearly 30 years later, she’s back in court for her own crime and her bid to go free. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: https://t.co/U6EgGTYw3z Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: /twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: https://bit.ly/2QDJHfq

42 MINJAN 24
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Lanadieal Ashe | 1995 Fort Pierce murder

Brooks Bellay | 1979 Vero Beach murder of a young girl

EBrooks Bellay was 14 when he killed a little girl in a small Florida beach town. Nearly 40 years later, he stood in front of a judge asking to be freed from his life prison term after law changes made him, and several hundred other, eligible for a sentencing do-over. Hear from Brooks, his lawyers and the little girl's parents in episode two of Uncertain Terms. Transcripts and photos: bit.ly/UTBrooksBellay Follow Uncertain Terms on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Spotify: https://t.co/U6EgGTYw3z Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8

37 MINJAN 17
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Brooks Bellay | 1979 Vero Beach murder of a young girl

Dennis Creamer | 1968 Brevard County murder of a father of six

EDennis Creamer was 15 when he shot and killed a father of six. Now, 49 years later, he’s asking a judge to free him. Changes to juvenile sentencing laws could lead to judges freeing hundreds of Florida killers serving life in prison. This is Uncertain Terms, a unique true-crime podcast from TCPalm, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK. Episode transcript, photos and videos: https://bit.ly/2rJipWd More about this project: tcpalm.com/uncertainterms Subscribe: Apple podcasts: apple.co/2GAPCNZ Google Play: bit.ly/2USmFjh Stitcher: bit.ly/2QAz9Oc SoundCloud: bit.ly/2A4Fwz8 Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/UncertainTerms Meet the hosts: bit.ly/2QDJHfq

35 MINJAN 10
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Dennis Creamer | 1968 Brevard County murder of a father of six

Introducing Uncertain Terms

EIn Florida, hundreds of juvenile offenders serving life for murder are eligible for a sentencing do-over. “Uncertain Terms” is an exclusive true-crimeseries that digs into the compelling stories of teenagers who committed murder and were sentenced to life in prison, sometimes decades ago,as they return to court for resentencing — and could go free. Behind the microphones are two journalists, Melissa E. Holsman and Dacia Johnson, who have been working on this five-part series for more than a year. They've been attending court hearings, interviewing families, meeting with a rangeof experts and talking with prosecutors and defense attorneys. They obtainedhours of archived trial video —think oldVHS tapes —andworked with court officials to copystored audio from old trials. while also digging up oldpolice interrogations, taped confessions and crime scene evidence. Subscribe --> Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/uncertain-terms/id1445903246 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/s?fid=3...

2 MIN2018 DEC 4
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