Listen to Pulitzer Prize winner Leonora LaPeter Anton talk about what didn’t make it into this series, what’s happening with the Tommy Zeigler case and thoughts about his guilt or innocence.
Florida’s judicial system is designed to support a jury’s verdict, whether it was right or wrong.
Tommy Zeigler has spent more than four decades living in a 6-foot by 9-foot cell and trying not to get angry.
Tommy Zeigler's supporters have spent years chasing clues and re-investigating the murders. Listen to what they've uncovered.
The advent of modern forensic science gives Tommy Zeigler hope, but prosecutors and judges keep rejecting his requests for DNA testing.
One juror struggles to make a decision and feels badgered by others who think the evidence is clear in Tommy Zeigler's case.
Prosecutors present the case against Tommy Zeigler, as his defense team scrambles to vet witnesses and get evidence tested.
Winter Garden, Fla., a rural town in central Florida, is rattled by the slayings at a furniture store, and the police investigation zeros in on Tommy Zeigler.
A man who has spent 42 years on Florida's death row says DNA testing can prove that he's innocent. The state refuses to allow it.
This is the trailer for the podcast Blood and Truth.