Appeals Court Judge Lynn Slaby dissented with his court's reversal of Cynthia George's conviction, which was sent back to the trial court. There's a small but significant difference between aiding and abetting, and conspiracy and complicity, he says.
District Attorney Brooks Baker says if not for the tenacity of fire investigators and the number of people working the case, Joe and Iryn Meyers may well have gotten away with the murder of David O'Dell.
A former fire investigator has a hard time imagining how someone could go about planning and carrying about the murder of David O'Dell. O'Dell's brother says the killer couple is a pair of "animals" that should be locked in a cage.
Bill Inman says he's often asked what he'd change after Summer was killed. He advises against having difficult conversations the way he and his family did with Summer, and involving a "neutral third party," because what happened that night could happen to any family.
A postal service worker called in a raging house fire in Wayland New York in February 2016. In took a while for emergency services to respond. With the structure already caving, neighbors worried: Was beloved local handyman David O'Dell inside?
Former Atoka County Prosecutor James Thornely remembers the drama of Cummings' death-penaty trial. The witnesses are all perpetrators or accomplices. It would be the county's first death sentence. When it was over, law enforcement celebrated. Thornley said he just wanted to go home. "It was sad," he said.