Six-part docuseries chronicling the complex story of six individuals convicted, and later exonerated, for a 1985 murder in Beatrice, Nebraska.
The 1985 murder of a local grandmother rocks the small town of Beatrice – as does the exoneration of six individuals convicted of the crime.
In 1989, Tom Winslow implicates himself in the now cold case. Later, the lead investigator pieces together a chilling picture of the crime.
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Decades after the trial of the Helen Wilson murder case, Joseph White's fight for DNA testing brings new details to light.
In 2008, new DNA evidence opens decades-old wounds in Helen Wilson's case.
While many in Beatrice, including one of the exonerated, believe the six are guilty, new information surfaces about coercive interrogations.
In the aftermath of a landmark civil judgment, the town of Beatrice grapples with the fallout of a miscarriage of justice.