UPDATE: NEWS CLIP 26 March 2018: + “UNSOLVED: The man with no alibi” – Omar Benguit has already served 15 years in prison for a murder he says he didn’t commit, in Bournemouth UK – full series BBC

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Massive miscarriage of justice? Omar Benguit jailed in 2006 for the Bournemouth murder of Jong-Ok Shin aka “Oki” – BBC News 26 March 2018

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Newsclip 26 March 2018 – see more: “UNSOLVED: The man with no alibi” – Omar Benguit has already served 15 years in prison for a murder he says he didn’t commit, in Bournemouth UK
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Unsolved: The Man With No Alibi
Unsolved: The Man With No Alibi
On 12th July 2002, 26 year old Korean student Jong-Ok Shin was walking home from a night out in Bournemouth when she was stabbed to death. In the return of BBC Three’s hit true crime series Unsolved, Bronagh Munro investigates whether the wrong man is behind bars for the murder. Was Oki actually murdered by a serial killer?
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Reporter Bronagh Munro pieces together the events of the early hours of 12 July 2002, when South Korean student Jong Oki Shin was stabbed to death in Bournemouth. Bronagh examines the evidence that convicted Omar Benguit of the murder, after three trials.

Episode 1:  

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p060xfr6/unsolved-the-man-with-no-alibi-1-the-night-of

the rest of the episodes 2 – 6 =

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p060mvz3

source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p060xfr6/unsolved-the-man-with-no-alibi-1-the-night-of

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