The series looks back at the most shocking cases across the UK and uses a variety of different types of content, ranging from documentaries to podcasts to crime scene photos with interactive maps.
It is currently being broadcast and published on 66 of Newsquest’s major news websites.
True Crime Newsquest – The unsolved murder of Claudia Lawrence
Today sees the start of True Crime Newsquest’s “unsolved” programPresented by the publisher’s new Special Projects Editor, Jody Doherty-Cove.
It will focus on the case Claudia Lorenz, a 35-year-old who disappeared in March 2009.
Although several arrests were made, no one has been charged with her murder and her body has never been found.
Williams-Thomas said of the new Claudia Lawrence investigation, “We’re going to give you the most definitive timeline and overview of the investigation for the first time, and bring you up to date. In addition, we present some very interesting information about Claudia’s phone records.”
You can check out what’s new True Crime Newsquest Claudia Lawrence documentary here.
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The True Crime Newsquest series is set to expand by splitting it into three distinct content areas – Solved and unresolved cases & Absence Persons.
- Solved will provide an in-depth look at key UK cases, with unique insights from reporters and editors who have been at the heart of stories, from when the news first broke into their communities, to full-scale trials.
- unresolved will delve into the baffling crime stories that have baffled detectives, aiming to showcase exclusive interviews, unearthed evidence or exhaustive research to give audiences unrivaled coverage of mysterious cases across the UK.
- Absence will help raise public awareness of the people across the UK who have disappeared to find more information for the heartbroken families left behind.
Williams-Thomas will partner with Jody Doherty Cove, Special Projects Editor, to create content across the three strands.
The former detective recently completed a major research investigation into unsolved homicides and found that there are 2,617 such cases across the UK. He believes the real number will be more than 3,000 because police forces have not switched all of their paper files to computers and many missing persons cases will actually be homicides.
The earliest unsolved case is the murder of John Bianchi, recorded by Northumbria Police in 1919.
In addition to Solved, unresolvedand Absence Strands, which can also be seen on True Crime Newsquest’s YouTube channel and all other social media platforms, Williams-Thomas will also host a weekly CrimeBeat, a 90-second roundup of stories from Newsquest’s reporters.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/national/uk-today/22563526.true-crime-newsquest-launches-unsolved-show-claudia-lawrence-case/?ref=rss True Crime Newsquest launches ‘Unsolved’ on Claudia Lawrence case