Written by Marla Bernard
Narrated by Lee Ann Howlett
Duration 6 hours and 27 minutes
On an unseasonably warm April evening in 2001, the headless body of a tiny girl was found discarded in a makeshift dump site in the woods on the southeast side of Kansas City, Missouri.
One long night turned into four long years for Sgt. David Bernard and the Kansas City Police Department’s 1020 Squad. They followed 1,500 leads, had a replica of the child’s head sculpted from her skull, and ultimately conducted the single most extensive area canvass in the KCPD’s history.
Erica Michelle Marie Green, a.k.a. “Precious Doe”, captured the hearts of not only the dedicated detectives who fought tirelessly to identify her and her killer, but of an entire community.
Precious Few Clues is a candid and touching account of the painful impact that this brutal murder had on Sgt. Bernard, his family, and the KCPD’s 1020 squad. It chronicles the all too frequent story of child abuse, failed social services, a flawed court system, and battered women who sacrificed their own children to shield their abusive lovers, echoing the same preposterous explanations of “…but I love him”.
WARNING: Includes graphic violence and explicit sexual content suitable for adults only.
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