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Dr. Oz sits down with Dr. James and Edelyn Yhip, who were charged with the murder of their two-year-old son, Benjamin — but six years later, the charges were dropped. They open up about his health issues, and reveal his medical records.
Dr. James and Edelyn Yhip speak out about the ongoing process of trying to find out what happened to their son Benjamin, and Edelyn recalls the day that he died. How could she forget how to do CPR when she needed it most?
Dr. Oz reveals details from Benjamin’s medical records, and explains why Dr. James and Edelyn Yhip were accused of having something to do with their son’s death. Could he have suffered from shaken baby syndrome? What do you think happened?
Dr. James and Edelyn Yhip walk us through some of the health issues Benjamin experienced and the difficulty they had getting a diagnosis that explained their son’s symptoms. Plus, Dr. Yhip opens up about what it was like to be arrested at work.
Edelyn Yhip addresses the accusation that she gave a final, fatal blow to Benjamin’s head. The Yhips open up about how their two other children were taken away by Child Protective Services prior to their arrest. Could other caregivers be responsible?
Co-host of the ‘Small Town Dicks’ podcast, Yeardley Smith, who is best-known for her work as the voice as Lisa Simpson, shares what peaked her interest in crime. She shines a light on how a sociopath cop got away with abusing multiple women.
Detectives Dan and Dave detail what happened after they received a 9-1-1 call from a woman who stated that a police officer sexually assaulted her. Listen to hear the recording of the cop’s response to the allegations of assault made against him.
Detectives Dan and Dave reveal how a sociopath cop’s lies were finally brought to light, and detail how the mountain of evidence they discovered led to a lengthy prison sentence. What helped them put the dirty cop behind bars?
Detectives Dan and Dave, who chose to conceal their identities, share what they learned about a woman found dead in her hotel room, and Dr. Oz shows how a broken hyoid bone can be a clue of strangulation. Listen to the woman’s boyfriend’s confession.
A man shocked detectives when he confessed to murdering his girlfriend — but was his bizarre behavior the result of meth-induced psychosis? Yeardley Smith shares her thoughts, and what the team is doing to get ready for season four of their podcast.
A 2-year-old boy died of Shaken Baby Syndrome but his parents maintain their innocence to this day. They tell Dr. Oz their side of the story. Plus, the sociopath cop who used his power to prey on women for years.
Brand new science is questioning whether egg yolks may pose a health risk.