The Pablo Ibar 2018 trial -- the fifth time Pablo will be tried for the triple homicide known as the Casey's Nickelodeon Murders -- was scheduled to begin weeks ago. But new developments for both the prosecution and defense pushed Pablo's trial back yet again. And now there's a new complication, since the judge originally scheduled to hear the case has just announced her retirement.
The Casey's Nickelodeon murders remain unsolved despite 24 years' worth of accrued evidence against the two main suspects -- and surveillance footage that appears to show both men leaving the scene of the crime. But the absence of a conviction for the 1994 triple homicide of Marie Rogers, Sharon Anderson, and Casimir Sucharski -- better known as Butch Casey -- is only part of what makes the murders the most notorious in Florida's history.
A Baltimore Circuit Court Judge has agreed with the attorneys for Serial podcast subject Adnan Syed, and earlier today he vacated Adnan's 1999 murder conviction and granted him a new trial! Keep reading for the full court order to find out what it was that got Adnan's conviction tossed.
After months of speculation, there is a new report that the second season of Serial will cover the mysterious case of former POW Bowe Bergdahl. Get a refresher on the controversial story, and see what the Serial team says about the new content...
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It's been less than two weeks since host Sarah Koenig wrapped up the last episode of the hugely popular Serial podcast, and now the main witness in the case against Adnan Syed is finally speaking out! Keep reading for highlights from his interview in which he explains the inconsistencies in his testimony and offers up his opinion on Adnan's motive.