The Imperfect Alibi | An AJC Short Documentary
A South Georgia couple were killed in church 35 years ago, and a man sits in prison convicted of their murder. Is he the right guy? If not, who is? Journey with us as a single journalist sheds light on a case many believed was over, settled, solved. Nominated for a Southeast Emmy, this documentary is directed by Ryon Horne and Tyson Horne, story by Joshua Sharpe, and produced by Sandra Brown) STORY DEVELOPMENT: https://www.ajc.com/news/breaking-conviction-overturned-in-ga-church-murders-case/HTQMX7TSVJCYNG6YKX4JD6OIAQ/ For more on this investigation and to read Joshua Sharpe's full story visit: https://www.ajc.com/alibi/ Follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajcnews/?hl=en Download the app! iPhone:https://apple.co/2UEPEuF Android: http://bit.ly/2V3TSLP
AJC Documentary | Bronco goes to camp
Meet Brocno. Like any other 11-year-old boy, Bronco loves to swim, dance and hang out with his friends. But unlike most kids, Bronco was born with four congenital heart defects. Thanks to Camp Twin Lakes, this little guy attended his first summer camp. (Directed by Ryon Horne / Produced by Helena Oliviero, Director of Photography Curtis Compton)
AJC INVESTIGATION | Deadly Consequences: The juvenile justice system exposed
By the time Jayden Myrick allegedly shot and killed a man leaving a Buckhead country club last year, he already had gone through every level of Georgia's juvenile justice system. His path to a murder charge illustrates how badly Georgia's system has failed over the past 25 years. (Video by Ryon Horne and Alan Judd/AJC)
'Into the fire' a new documentary
Veteran multimedia photojournalist John Spink takes you into the life and work of the firefighters of Atlanta Squad 4. Directed by Ryon Horne, this compelling short documentary tracks 40 years of covering the men and women of fire departments in Kansas City and Atlanta.
Inmates or cadets? Teens choked, traumatized at military boot camp
A pattern of physical violence against cadets at the Fort Stewart Youth Challenge Academy might never have been discovered were it not for an additional pattern of sexual harassment complaints. The AJC’s reporting on harassment within state government prompted Gov. Brian Kemp to enact reforms, which led to a tracking system that revealed a cluster of complaints within the youth program. Video by Ryon Horne, Justin Crate Link the full story: https://www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/treated-like-animals-teens-choked-traumatized-military-boot-camp/uZlKyfklPnz8ycAhdi1nuO/ Follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajcnews/?hl=en Edited by: Ryon Horne Writing/Research: Joseph Ferguson @Jfergal/ Download the app! iPhone:https://apple.co/2UEPEuF Android: http://bit.ly/2V3TSLP
Atlanta child murders: Victim’s mom still hears her son's voice
Catherine Leach-Bell's son Curtis Walker was one of five black boys found slain in DeKalb County from 1979 to 1982. Authorities have for decades suspected the killer was convicted murderer Wayne Williams.Bell want's answers to why her son's murder is still unsolved.