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From Emmy-winning documentarian Joe Berlinger ("Paradise Lost" trilogy), "Wrong Man" is a six-episode documentary that dissects the cases of three inmates who may have been mistakenly incarcerated for decades. Investigations headed by renowned civil rights attorney Ronald Ruby, former prosecutor Sue-Ann Robinson, retired NCIS investigator Joe D. Kennedy, and Ira Lee Todd Jr., a member of Detroit's elite Homicide Task Force, uncover new theories, offer alternate suspects, and reveal new evidence that could prove these inmates are not guilty.

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The team calls pros to take a look at the evidence that led to Kenneth Clair's conviction in the homicide of Linda Rodgers.
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Kenneth Clair, a homeless black man, is convicted and sentenced to death for the brutal murder of a babysitter in 1984, but a child eyewitness tells police he saw a white man kill her.
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Patty Rorrer is convicted of the kidnapping and murder of her ex-boyfriend's wife and infant son, but investigators discover that the case is not so clear cut.
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When Andy Katrinak comes home to find his wife and infant son gone, he summons the police and tells them he believes they have been abducted, and he suspects his ex-girlfriend Patty Rorrer might be involved.
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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger explores the criminal investigations that led to the conviction of three people who claim they are innocent.
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After Jessie Morrison is beaten to death, police zero in on Vonda Smith; the team explores whether Vonda may have been wrongfully convicted, based on a shoddy investigation and circumstantial evidence.
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An update on the progress of legal and investigative experts who re-examined the evidence in three cases of possible wrongful convictions during Season 1.
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The investigative team looks for a killer on the loose, hoping to exonerate Christopher Tapp who is serving time; then, after two decades, a surprise offer by the prosecution comes Tapp's way.
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"Wrong Man's" team of experts and an Idaho investigator examine Christopher Tapp's claim that he was coerced into falsely confessing to the brutal murder of Angie Dodge on June 13, 1996, in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
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Curtis Flowers is convicted of a quadruple murder; after 21 years of prosecutions, six trials, and questionable tactics by the State of Mississippi, one wonders if it possible to determine Flowers' guilt or innocence.
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On July 16, 1996, Bertha Tardy and three of her employees were murdered; Curtis Flowers was arrested and went on to be tried six times over 21 years; he faces a possible seventh trial, while maintaining his innocence.
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Investigators Ira Todd and Joe Kennedy meet with the lead detective on the Salas case; the detective claims an informant implicated Evaristo, but when the informant comes forward, the team is shocked by what it learns.
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16-year-old Evaristo Junior Salas is sent to prison for three decades for a crime he says he did not commit; a team comes together to investigate whether Salas was brought to justice or railroaded by the system.

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