In 1995, a man a named Barry Jones was sentenced to death for a terrible crime: sexual assault and murder of a four-year-old girl named Rachel Gray. But, over the next nearly two decades, the legs holding up the case against Barry Jones started to wobble. In part two of our story, a team of federal public defenders fight to prove that Barry Jones should never have been convicted in the first place.
This episode draws from Liliana Segura’s reporting for The Intercept.
The stock image in our show art is courtesy of Getty Images.