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Introducing: The Girl in the Blue Mustang
When 18-year-old Michelle O’Keefe is found murdered in her shiny new blue Mustang in a California park and ride, investigators encounter a confusing crime scene and a witness who seems to know too much. In Dateline’s latest original podcast series, Keith Morrison takes us to the High Desert outside Los Angeles for a story featuring twists, turns and a sharp-eyed Dateline viewer who steers the case in an entirely new direction.Follow now to get the latest episodes of The Girl in the Blue Mustang each week completely free, or subscribe to Dateline Premium on Apple Podcasts for early access and ad-free listening: apple.co/datelinepremium
1 - Michelle’s Last Day
She loved her shiny blue Mustang. Then it became a crime scene.
2 - The Man Who Knew Too Much
Police investigating Michelle O’Keefe’s murder encounter a talkative witness. Maybe too talkative.
3 - Like a Voice from the Grave
A retired sheriff’s deputy sees Michelle O’Keefe’s smiling face on a billboard and asks to join the investigation.
4 - One Buzz. Then Another.
After three trials, a verdict. But a Dateline viewer could change everything…
5 - Revelations
An attorney and his son undertake a new review of the evidence in Michelle’s murder and get a surprise opportunity to make their case to prosecutors.
6 - Finding John Doe
A big decision. New theories. And a mystery man revealed.
An all-new season of ‘Dateline Missing in America’
As a bonus for you, we’re sharing the trailer for Season 2 of Dateline: Missing in America. The chart-topping podcast series is back with a brand-new season and brand-new cases. Are you the key to solving a mystery? Correspondents Josh Mankiewicz, Andrea Canning and Keith Morrison report on perplexing missing person cases brought to Dateline’s attention by our social media followers. Each episode focuses on one person’s story, as told by those left behind. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. You can listen to the first two episodes of Dateline: Missing in America season 2 here: https://link.chtbl.com/mias2_fdlw
What happened to Kent Jacobs? | Dateline: Missing in America
We’re sharing a special preview of the first episode of an all-new season of Dateline: Missing in America. Dateline’s Josh Mankiewicz tells the story of Kent Jacobs, a 41-year-old man with a developmental disability who went for a walk near his mother’s home in Hope Mills, North Carolina in 2002 and never returned. Each of the six episodes will focus on one person’s story, as told by those left behind. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. Follow Dateline: Missing in America and listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/mias2_fdlw
We’re sharing a special preview of the second episode of an all-new season of Dateline: Missing in America. Dateline’s Andrea Canning tells the story of Nevaeh Kingbird, a 15-year-old girl who left her family’s house in Bemidji, Minnesota in 2021 and hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. Follow Dateline: Missing in America and listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/mias2_fdlw
Justice prevailed! Thank you to the Ehrlichs for their convictions and bravery in doing the right thing.
I thought her parents where Christian ppl wouldn't you want the rite person to pay for what they did ppl throw that word Christian around but really don't live it . 🤔 this poor man should sue those ppl that took time from him
they don't like to be proven wrong 🤷 makes them look like they don't know shit about there job
the review board is bullshit ask j.j 24 yrs for a crime he dint do in n.y
car jacking sound better motive just a bunch of heartless lazy cops bullshit expert witness. I know you want to find the person that killed your child but I wouldn't want to put someone who dint do it in prison to get closure bad way to live
If it was a sexual assault gone bad Wouldn't there be skin cell D n a marks on her scratches on him even a rookie I could see If there's no evidence there's no case
If I was to screw up in my job my boss would fire me. How could detectives And district attorneys sleep at night Knowing they didn't do their job right
how in the world did they convicted this soldier 😳
He did it. Because it was the right thing. They had DNA evidence. And then run with it Sloppy police work I may say Now the family has to live with the guilt of having an innocent. Man in Prison. If they feel guilty or they just want someone to pay.
How can you sleep at night knowing that a innocent man could be in jail for a crime? He didn't commit without. Real evidence to point. At his guilt.
why did they change court house? makes you think 🤔 2 times they couldn't get him
they wanted that guy bad .
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what happened to the DNA beneath Michelle's finger nail
"I want a lawyer" "No comment" The only 6 words you should ever say when questioned by police. This show is another example of how terribly wrong things can go otherwise. Innocent people think asking for a lawyer makes them look guilty and believe being innocent is its own protection. Sadly that's not true. The system is broken and unfortunately, frighteningly, thousands of people are currently incarcerated for crimes they didn't commit. Always ask for a lawyer and then stop talking until that lawyer arrives.
This is absolutely heartbreaking.