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Deep Cover: Never Seen Again

by Pushkin Industries

Deep Cover is a show about people who lead double lives. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jake Halpern reveals webs of deception and dark underworlds, through interviews with federal agents and convicted criminals.

Season three, Never Seen Again, tells the story of two women, living on opposite sides of the country, who went missing in the summer of 1999. Seven years later, their stories collided when a small town detective got a tip and became convinced that if he could solve one mystery, he'd solve the other.

Season two, Mob Land, is about a high-rolling lawyer who joins forces with the feds to try to bring down one of the most powerful criminal syndicates in the country.

Season one, The Drug Wars, tells the story of an FBI agent who goes undercover with a biker gang, and follows a trail of clues that eventually leads to the US invasion of a foreign country.

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Camouflage Bias: Part 3

21m · Published 12 Feb 12:00

In 2022, we released a series called Camouflage Bias that told the story of Ronnie Carrasquillo– a man who was loosely connected to a trial we covered in Deep Cover Season Two: Mob Land. At 18 years old, Ronnie was sentenced to 200-600 years in prison for the murder of a police officer. Today, we’re releasing this special episode with an update on Ronnie’s case, because after being incarcerated for nearly 50 years, there is some big news.

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Camouflage Bias: Part 2

27m · Published 12 Feb 11:55

This episode originally ran in 2022. We’re rereleasing it today along with an update on Ronnie’s story.

2022. After Ronnie Carrasquillo exhausts his appeals, he faces the Illinois Prisoner Review Board. But it seems each time Ronnie comes up for parole, he can’t escape the notoriety of his past. For a transcript of this episode, click here.

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Camouflage Bias: Part 1

24m · Published 12 Feb 11:50

This episode originally ran in 2022. We’re rereleasing it today along with an update on Ronnie’s story.

1978. A few months after the Aleman trial wraps up, the presiding judge, Frank Wilson, sentences a young man named Ronnie Carrasquillo to 200-600 years in prison for murder. But Ronnie’s lawyer claims there’s much more to the story. For a transcript of this episode, click here.

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Becoming a #Boss from The Dream

27m · Published 26 Dec 05:00

For your holiday listening: we're sharing an episode of The Dream, a podcast from Pushkin Industries and Little Everywhere.

What's it like to hand your life over to someone who claims they’ll make it better? Jessie Lee Ward, the self-proclaimed “#1 network marketer in the world,” charges her coaching clients thousands of dollars for a trip to Colombia that's described like a work retreat. The reality is more like a brutal 15 hour hike, with late night hypothermia. Is this what it takes to be successful in life and business?

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Murder Brokers from Hot Money: The New Narcos

29m · Published 12 Dec 21:30

When a Dutch crime reporter makes an unbelievable discovery, a small-town murder case begins to look like an international assassination plot. Enjoy this episode from Hot Money: The New Narcos, a podcast from Pushkin Industries and the Financial Times.

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The Sudden Celebrity of Sir John Knight from Revisionist History

46m · Published 01 Sep 10:00

In the battles over gun rights, a shadowy English nobleman from the 17th century has unexpectedly taken center stage. Whowashe? What did he do that has — 300 years later — endeared him to a generation of legal scholars? Revisionist History explores the cult of personality around the mysterious Sir John Knight. Enjoy this episode fromRevisionist History, another Pushkin Industries podcast.

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Lost Hills: The Dark Prince (Season 3)

11m · Published 12 Jun 04:00

Sharing a preview of Lost Hills Season 3: The Dark Prince. Host Dana Goodyear takes a deep dive into the surf world to explore the legacy of Malibu’s Dark Prince: Miki Dora. A surfer known for his style, grace and aggression, he ruled Malibu from the 1950s to the 1970s. Celebrated for his rebellious spirit, he was also a conman who led the FBI on a 7-year manhunt around the world. Hear it all at:

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Introducing: The No-Good, Terribly Kind, Wonderful Lives and Tragic Deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman

33m · Published 17 Apr 04:00

Here's a preview of another podcast, The No-Good, Terribly Kind, Wonderful Lives and Tragic Deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman. News of the mysterious deaths of billionaire Canadian pharma giant Barry Sherman and his philanthropist wife Honey in December 2017 reverberated around the world. Five years later, with no arrests and little news from the police, their deaths remain shrouded in mystery and conspiracy theories, with too many lingering questions. Not just who killed them, but what kind of life do you have to live that when you’re found dead, there are multiple theories, including some involving your own family? That’s the question journalist Kathleen Goldhar set out to discover, in The No Good, Terribly Kind, Wonderful Lives and Tragic Deaths of Honey and Barry Sherman from CBC Podcasts, as she explores who the Shermans really were and why too much money might have been what killed them in the end. More episodes are available at:


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The Search for Brooke Henson

33m · Published 13 Apr 09:00

In July of 1999, a young woman named Brooke Henson went missing from Travelers Rest, South Carolina. In this follow up episode to Deep Cover: Never Seen Again, Jake Halpern talks to Ben Ford, the chief of police in Travelers Rest about what we know and don’t know about her case, as the search continues. 

If you have any new information at all that might be helpful, please contact him at [email protected].

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Deep Cover Live with Emily Bazelon

51m · Published 27 Mar 04:00

In this special episode of Deep Cover, recorded live at Littlefield in Brooklyn, host Jake Halpern and his friend and fellow journalist Emily Bazelon (of New York Times Magazine and Political Gabfest) talk all things crime reporting. They talk about the ways female offenders have been portrayed in the media, the complicated ethics of telling these stories, and Jake gives the inside scoop on season three: “Never Seen Again.”

For more about Emily’s reporting on Noura Jackson’s case, check out her New York Times Magazine article and her book Charged. 

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Deep Cover: Never Seen Again has 50 episodes in total of explicit content. Total playtime is 24:18:56. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on November 28th 2022. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on February 26th, 2024 10:45.

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