The subject of Monday night's Undisclosed podcast was a recently discovered Brady violation from the Baltimore District Attorney’s office, the implications of this discovery could have a huge impact on the likelihood of Adnan Syed receiving a new trial for the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee.
In addition to a February 12, 1999 anonymous Crime Stoppers tip naming Syed as a potential suspect in the disappearance of Lee, there was another Crime Stoppers call that came in on February 1st, also naming Syed as a potential suspect. This February 1st call was never disclosed to the defense and means the police had already been looking at Syed as possible suspect eleven days before the officially recorded February 12th call and eight days before Lee's body was found on February 9th.
Highlight's from the Undisclosed Podcast entitled "Crime Stoppers":
- The Brady violation was discovered by a listener, username @whentheworldscollide who contacted Crime Stoppers. She was informed that there was a Crime Stoppers tip that came in on February 1, 1999, almost two weeks earlier than the one known to the defense.
- The podcast hosts discussed the possibilty that there never was a February 12th tip and that the February 1st call was just moved forward in the police's official timeline of the investigation.
- The anonymous tipster for the February 1st call recieved a $3,075 reward in November of 1999.
- The hosts also speculate on who the anonymous tipster was, believing the most likely person would be Jay Wilds.