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Criminal: Cold Case

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This week's episode of Criminal shares the story of a woman who becomes a private investigator to solve the cold case of her college roommate's murder.

When the Dallas Police Department fails to find the person responsible for the death of a college sophomore, her best friend steps in to solve the case. 
 

When Angela Samota is brutally murdered, her college roommate is recruited by police to help with the investigation. The police investigation sinks and the case goes cold, but 20 years later Sheila Wysocki feels inspired to become a private investigator to revive the search for Angela's killer.

Now Angela has her own PI agency, called Without Warning Private Investigation. In this week's episode, hear how her persistence solved the mystery of her friend's death, and in our next episode we're going to Nashville to follow her latest case.
 
 

 
The Criminal podcast is recorded at WUNC studios.

Liz Schlemmer is WUNC's Education Reporter, covering preschool through higher education. Email: lschlemmer@wunc.org
Phoebe Judge is an award-winning journalist whose work has been featured on a numerous national radio programs. She regularly conducts interviews and anchors WUNC's broadcast of Here & Now. Previously, Phoebe served as producer, reporter and guest host for the nationally distributed public radio program The Story. Earlier in her career, Phoebe reported from the gulf coast of Mississippi. She covered the BP oil spill and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina for Mississippi Public Broadcasting and National Public Radio. Phoebe's work has won multiple Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press awards. Phoebe was born and raised in Chicago and is graduate of Bennington College and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
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