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The award-winning documentary Scenes of a Crime covers the case of Adrian Thomas, who was convicted of killing his 4-month-old son. Thomas was interrogated for nearly 10 hours at a New York police station. He first claimed innocence but later confessed, then recanted. Host Michel Martin speaks with co-director Grover Babcock.
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