In this week’s episode, Shevonne talks about Caril Ann Fugate who was the first youngest female to be convicted of first-degree murder. She has always said she was innocent, but was she?
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Ozaki, A. (2020, February 19). Caril Ann Clair (Fugate) denied pardon hearing. Retrieved from https://www.ketv.com/article/caril-ann-clair-fugate-denied-pardon-hearing/30988435
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Coffey, M. (2016, June 02). A 1974 Memoir of Murderous Days in Nebraska. Retrieved from https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1974/12/badlands-revisited-a-1974-memoir-of-murderous-days-in-nebraska/483318/