Baton Rouge, Louisiana. From 1998 to 2003, a serial killer was following, stalking, and violently murdering women. There was never any visible forced entry to the victims’ homes and, for quite some time, law enforcement was sure that a white male in a white pickup was their suspect.
The brazen killer would eventually be discovered and once his past was exposed, a clear picture of who he was and how he operated became chillingly clear.
Join our new partners in (true) crime – Aaron & Justin in the 196th episode of Generation Why Podcast, as they revisit one of the worst cases of racial profiling in law enforcement history.