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Four Dead Girls: The Austin Yogurt Shop Murders

In Episode 43

On December 6, 1991, Jennifer Harbison and Eliza Thomas, both 17, were scrubbing down counters and sweeping the floors at a yogurt shop in Austin, Texas, anticipating going home and having a sleepover.  Jennifer’s 15-year-old sister , Sarah, and her 13-year-old friend, Amy Ayers, were sitting at one of the tables in the shop, waiting for the girls to finish work. But something happened that night that would end their young lives and change the lives of a community. The mysteries and horrors of this crime still linger today.
This episode’s beer is Bishop’s Barrel 15 from St. Arnold’s Brewery in Houston!
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Nov 13 2016
True Crime


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  • It amazes and saddens me how some members of law enforcement have no apparent qualms about putting an innocent person in prison. Jeffrey Deskovic comes to mind right away but can you imagine how many others there are that aren’t fortunate enough to have an expert advocating for them? The justice system needs an overhaul – first on the list for review should be making prosecutors, judges, and expert witnesses accountable for their actions. Thanks for a detailed review of this frustrating case.

    • Thank you for your comments, Rosemarie. I definitely agree with you and my heart breaks for those unfortunate enough to be falsely accused and convicted.
      My best, Jill

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