The murder of Angie Dodge

A documentary coming out Sunday on Starz will examine the cases of three men who say they are innocent of the murders they were convicted of, including one from Idaho Falls who spent almost half his life in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect the fact that additional states have passed recording requirements.

The Angie Dodge murder investigation is the subject of an Investigation Discovery documentary, titled “Who killed Angie Dodge? Keith Morrison investigates,” that will air at 6 p.m. Monday.

Chris Tapp is a free man.

Chris Tapp’s two petitions for post-conviction relief will be heard in April, when two extensive evidentiary hearings will be held.

For more than a year, the Bonneville County Prosecutor’s Office has conducted a review of the evidence against Chris Tapp, who has served 20 years in prison for the 1996 murder of Angie Dodge.

A key hearing in one of Chris Tapp’s petitions for postconviction relief ended without a ruling Tuesday. A final ruling is expected within the next few weeks.

An important hearing is scheduled Tuesday in one of Chris Tapp’s two active petitions for post-conviction relief.

Wrongful conviction group Judges for Justice has issued a scathing response to Twin Falls private investigator Stuart Robinson’s review of the conviction of Chris Tapp.

Fourteen months in the making and with a $36,000 price tag, Twin Falls private investigator Stuart Robinson’s report investigating the 1997 murder conviction of Chris Tapp has been released by the Bonneville County Prosecutor’s Office.

Around 70 people packed a small theater in the Artitorium on Broadway on Tuesday night to watch a presentation suggesting that Chris Tapp was wrongfully convicted of the 1996 murder of Angie Dodge, and to discuss how to apply pressure to free Tapp.

Two days after a crowd of around 100 gathered at the Shilo Inn to talk about organizing to advocate for the release of Chris Tapp, the Idaho Falls Police Department has issued a statement seeking to assure the public that it is continuing its investigation into the murder of Angie Dodge.

Prisoner Chris Tapp is petitioning district court to allow DNA testing of a number of pieces of evidence left at the crime scene, including several items never before tested.

BOISE — News that DNA found at a 19-year-old Idaho Falls murder scene bears a close resemblance to DNA donated to the Ancestry.com database could have major implications for the conviction of Christopher Tapp and the search for a killer who presumably remains free.

A decades-old Idaho Falls murder investigation resulted in a grave injustice — sending an innocent man to prison and allowing a murderer to roam free.

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