Natasha Vargas-Cooper is a former Reporter at The Intercept. She is an author and journalist whose articles, essays, and interviews have appeared in a wide range of publications including The Atlantic, the New York Times, GQ, the Wall Street Journal, Bookforum, New York, The Guardian, and the New Statesman. She lives in Los Angeles with three malcontent dogs.
Exclusive: Serial Prosecutor Defends Guilty Verdict in Adnan Syed case, Part II
Last week, The Intercept published Part I of an interview with Kevin Urick, the lead prosecutor in the 2000 murder trial of Adnan Syed. Today, we are publishing Part II.
Exclusive: Prosecutor in ‘Serial’ Case Goes on the Record
It was “pretty much a run-of-the-mill domestic violence murder,” prosecutor Kevin Urick said.
Jay Speaks Part 3: The Collateral Damage of an Extremely Popular Podcast about Murder
Today we’re publishing the third and last in a series of exclusive interviews with Jay Wilds. He’s the key witness in the 2000 murder trial of Adnan Syed, who was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee.
Jay Speaks Part 2: ‘Hae was dead before she got to my house. Anything that makes Adnan innocent doesn’t involve me.’
The hugely popular 12-part podcast “Serial” investigated the 1999 murder of teenager Hae Min Lee. Now, the key witness in the case, Jay Wilds, reveals why he wouldn’t talk to “Serial.”