Episode: "Two Questions, Eight People"


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"Two Questions, Eight People"

A full year after the crash, Mendocino County performs an inquest into the incident.  The testimony, which takes place over the course of two days, reveals shocking new details and concludes with a heartbreaking conviction.  Now what?

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