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22 Hours: An American Nightmare

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It was a case nightmares are made of. A D.C. power couple, their 10-year-old son and housekeeper held hostage for 22 hours and murdered inside their burning D.C. mansion. WTOP examines the complicated trail of evidence that police say led to finding ...Show More
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0:00 | Sep 13th

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45:23 | Aug 26th

In our final episode, we again return to the studio and dig through our notes, files and transcripts of the case to answer listener questions. What happened to the $40,000 ransom and was it fully accounted for? What is the timeline of the various fi...Show More
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1:24:26 | Aug 19th

After Daron Wint’s conviction, federal prosecutors press the judge for the harshest possible sentence and, for the first time reveal his history of explosive rage, violent threats and assaults. At Daron’s sentencing, emotional statements from the two...Show More

1:19:43 | Aug 12th

After six weeks, dozens of witnesses and hours of testimony, emotions were running high when attorneys delivered their closing arguments. Then the United States v. Daron Wint went to the jury. Some of the men and women who decided Daron Wint’s fate t...Show More

50:00 | Aug 8th

If you’re loving 22 Hours: An American Nightmare, you’re also going to love the new season of Murder Made Me Famous. As a bonus this week, here’s the debut episode, which tells the story of the Green River Killer. Subscribe to Murder Made Me Famous n...Show More

1:17:06 | Aug 5th

Daron Wint’s bizarre arrest one week after the murders on Woodland Drive only added to the mystery surrounding the case. When he was taken into custody, Daron was with five other people, including his brother, Darrell. But the full story of Daron’s a...Show More

58:03 | Jul 29th

Did any of the victims eat the pizza? Why the $40,000 ransom? Did security cameras in the neighborhood capture footage? We hit pause on the case and go into the studio to answer your questions, so far, about the crime, the case and the podcast. A re...Show More

59:56 | Jul 22nd

After hours on the witness stand, Daron Wint’s story begins to falter. Then, one of the lawyers in the case drops a big hint about what’s coming next in one of Washington, D.C.’s most high-profile murder trials. This episode is written and produc...Show More

1:01:11 | Jul 15th

In a stunning move, Daron Wint, the accused killer, takes the stand. Under unrelenting questioning by federal prosecutor Laura Bach, Daron seems to have an explanation for almost all of the evidence that links him to the killings. It’s almost a perfe...Show More

1:08:52 | Jul 8th

Over the 22 hours the victims were taken captive and then killed, the prime suspect goes missing and his normally active Facebook account goes dark. We track Daron Wint's whereabouts during that crucial time. Also in this episode, an introduction to ...Show More

0:00 | Jul 1st

The Savopoulos house was held in evidence for weeks as crime scene investigators looked for clues. In the end, five pieces of forensic evidence linked Daron Wint to the killings, including a sliver of his DNA on the crust of a pizza that had been del...Show More

1:05:17 | Jun 24th

Hours after the victims are taken hostage, a ransom is delivered to the mansion on Woodland Drive. But it doesn’t save the victims -- the calls, text messages and voicemails end, leaving key parts of the timeline unexplained. But after the trial, a n...Show More

48:15 | Jun 17th

For the Savopoulos family and Vera Figueroa, May 13, 2015, began like any other Wednesday. Then things went terribly wrong. Through phone records, text messages and eyewitnesses, we recreate the timeline of their last 22 hours. This episode is wr...Show More

43:35 | Jun 10th

It began with a fire. A man driving through an upscale neighborhood in Washington, D.C., in 2015 spotted smoke pouring from one of the homes. It was the first sign something terrible had happened on Woodland Drive. This episode is written and pro...Show More

09:30 | Apr 24th

It was a case nightmares are made of. A D.C. power couple, their 10-year-old son and housekeeper held hostage for nearly 24 hours and murdered inside their own home. WTOP examines the complicated trail of evidence that police say led to finding their...Show More