Who Killed Tommy?

Who Killed Tommy?

Published by: Kim Hyatt
6 Episodes | First Released: Nov 20 '18
The true crime podcast “Who Killed Tommy?” explores the unsolved homicide of Tommy Bearson. Kim Hyatt, a reporter for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, delves into the mysteries surrounding the case.
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Ajbuda
Jul 17 '19
Rating:   2
Horrible reporting. Trash

This. Is. Horrible. Reporting. The first review hit it right on. Shame on the reporter and the Newspaper that hires her. Just struggled through listening to two “reporters”... not even crime reporters (I think they said “like” 4x in every sentence). This reporter literally proves her own statement “you don’t have to be a genius to say something.” She is very obviously far from a genius. To make accusations and broad sweeping statements while admitting you know nothing about the case. This is a TRASH podcast IMO. Soooooooooooo many other better ones. She sounds like this was a freshman lit project and not a real paid reporter. Shame.

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Cat.C83
May 14 '19
Rating:   8
Interesting

I disagree with the comment below. I think this podcast does care very much and would like to see whoever committed this crime get the justice they deserve. Keep up the great work!

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8388jack
Dec 28 '18
Rating:   2
Extremely Inaccurate

This podcast is highly inaccurate and very poorly done. There's no useful or relevant information shared, and the information that is shared is beyond inaccurate - literally just rumors. It's insulting to this boy's memory. There's obviously a reason his family and friends aren't involved. Why interview people who barely knew him or the case? What purpose does that serve? You're grasping at straws, and it's sad. Every "interview" is just leading people to answer a certain way. It's clear that the goal of this podcast is not justice for this boy or to honor him. You should be ashamed.

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littleboxes
Dec 7 '18
Rating:   10
Excellent

Excellent podcast that sheds light on unsolved murder where local authorities, for whatever reason, release few if any details over the years and still refuse to discuss it. Podcast is part research in compiling a public record, part detective work and part holding local authorities accountable for this ongoing mystery and tragedy. No easy answers here. A rewarding listen.

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