Oct 11, 2013
Two crime scenes, two murders. One crime is solved, the other case went cold. Both raise the question: What should a person suspected of murder say?
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- A person is accused of a murder he didn't commit. But in this story there is no false confession. Jeffrey Womack spent most of his adult life as a suspect in one of Nashville's most notorious crimes. And for all that time — until another man was convicted of the crime — Jeffrey refused to be questioned about it. Producer Lisa Pollak tells the story. (14 minutes) Demetria Kalodimos' documentary Indelible: The Case Against Jeffrey Womack can be seen here. Jeffrey Womack and his attorney John Hollins Sr. have told their story in a book called The Suspect: A Memoir. It was ghostwritten by Nashville journalist E. Thomas Wood.