Kevin Riley is editor-in-chief of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It's unusual for him to get involved in the coverage a murder case. But Riley gained extraordinary access to the key figures in the investigation of the murders of two young Atlanta men: Reggie Coicou and Quincy "Fat" Wytche. Both died in a sudden outburst of gunfire outside an Atlanta Burger King in 2016. Riley teams with longtime Breakdown host Bill Rankin to sift through thousands of pages of investigatory files and hours of video and audio tape. Together, the two break down the murder case and its aftermath. The AJC's Breakdown podcast is just that — the breakdown of the story and the systems. The largest newsroom in the southeast delivers investigations and true crime cases that you cannot find anywhere else.

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S06_Ep5: The Verdict
The jury in the double-murder case of Nicholas Benton could not hang the verdict on any single piece of evidence or testimony. That is, nothing that came up in court was so compelling that it enabled the jury to declare "guilty" or "not guilty." But what about something that came up outside of court? AJC Editor Kevin Riley wraps up his insider's account of being foreman on the jury in a murder trial.

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