Peter J. Forcelli on LinkedIn: The FOX True Crime Podcast with Emily Compagno (2024)

Peter J. Forcelli

Retired ATF Deputy Assistant Director | Former NYPD Homicide Detective | Best Selling Author of ‘The Deadly Path’ | Keynote Speaker

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An innocent man... I was thrilled to discuss the exoneration of Edward Garry with Fox News TV host Emily Compagno. It's my second podcast with Emily.As a cop, detective and special agent, I've been made over 1,200 arrests. I've made some cases that I'm proud of. What I'm proudest of though is the exoneration of 8 people, seven men and one woman, for murders that they didn't commit. I don't know about you, but I cannot think of a fate worse than sitting in prison for a crime you didn't commit.In the Garry case, Bronx prosecutors did more than just bury evidence. They lied to the court saying that two former NYPD detectives were dead and unavailable to testify, when the truth was quite the opposite.It's a short podcast. Roughly 17 minutes long. Enjoy.www.peterjforcelli.com

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Well done Peter J. Forcelli Bravo! 👏

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