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Topic: Alibi evidence

Alibi evidence refers to evidence that a person was in a different location at the time of a crime, providing proof of their innocence.

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The podcast episodes discuss the case of Temujin Kensu, who was convicted of murder in 1986 despite having a strong alibi evidence that placed him hundreds of miles away from the crime scene at the time of the incident.

In episode 71797, the episode summary states that 'Kenzu's alibi of being hundreds of miles away at the time of the murder, with several witnesses, is a key aspect discussed.' Similarly, episode 71836 highlights that 'Kensu's alibi, placing him 450 miles away from the crime scene, is a crucial piece of evidence in his case and is discussed in detail.'

These podcast episodes showcase the importance of alibi evidence in cases where an individual is wrongfully accused of a crime they did not commit.

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