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'Serial' Subject Adnan Syed Will Be Subject of New Podcast

'Serial' Subject Adnan Syed Will Be Subject of New Podcast

Serial, the hit podcast which followed the 1999 death of Hae Min Lee, a Maryland teenager and the conviction of her ex Adnan Syed, is returning for another chapter.

On Monday, lawyers and advocates of Adnan will release “Undisclosed: The State v. Adnan Syed,” which will “examine and explore the case in greater detail, from an investigatory perspective instead of a narrative one,” the New York Times reports.

New episodes of Undisclosed are set to be released every two weeks.

WILL YOU LISTEN to the new podcast focusing on Adnan Syed’s story??

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  • Lee

    Yeah, I’ll listen. With this type of crime there’s always signs of the criminal mindset. If Adnan is guilty this would put him into the sociopath category but, nothing in his life supports that label. Whereas, Jay is clearly morally compromised. For example, Jay sells drugs, works at a porno shop, confessed to have helped bury a friends body for another friend and then turned that friend in all of which blatantly displays a criminal mindset.

  • Tom

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  • ImOpining

    Can’t wait to see the Serial episode on the Darlie Routier case. That BeeOch is guilty as sin!

  • Laurie Beth Hand

    What beeoch

  • ImOpining

    Darlie Routier and her mother Darlie Kee

  • ImOpining

    DNA results from June 17 2015 prove her guilt again. No intruder at all.

    Her request to have them sealed. Why? Because it just proves there is zero evidence of an intruder.