November 11, 2019

Ep 92: The Proposition (Sean Foley Trial)

In August 2018, police officers in Blount County, Tennessee, responded to a call from 24-year-old Sean Foley. Sean told the dispatchers that he had shot and killed a man, but said he did it because the man had been molesting his girlfriend. Sean was arrested and charged with murder, but would the details that would come out in court make the jury sympathetic to what Sean did?

Researched and written by: Jennifer Tintner with Law & Crime.

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