Could Dakota James' accidental drowning be a homicide?
In 2017, Dakota James' death was ruled an accidental drowning. Could he be a victim of the "Smiley Face Killers"?
If Dakota James' body had been traveling through heavily trafficked water for almost 40 days, why was it discovered in almost pristine condition?
Criminologist Doc Gilbertson calls retired NYPD detective Kevin Gannon to relay information he learned about the dam near the Roberto Clemente bridge, and what that means for Dakota James's case.
Retired NYPD detectives visit the Roberto Clemente Bridge in Pittsburgh where Dakota James allegedly disappeared.
Retired detectives Anthony Duarte and Kevin Gannon talk to a friend of Dakota James.
Retired NYPD detectives investigating the Smiley Face Killers murder theory received the police report and autopsy photos from Dakota James's case, and discovered ligature marks around his neck.