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True crime podcast revisits murder of Brush Prairie woman, trials of daughter-in-law Sophia Johnson

‘Beyond All Repair’ examines complex case; 'someone is lying,' host says

By Becca Robbins, Columbian staff reporter
Published: April 12, 2024, 6:06am
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Sophia Johnson reacts in November 2005 to a jury acquitting her of first-degree murder in the death of her mother-in-law. Sitting next to her is Therese Lavallee, her lawyer, who won the retrial of her murder conviction.
Sophia Johnson reacts in November 2005 to a jury acquitting her of first-degree murder in the death of her mother-in-law. Sitting next to her is Therese Lavallee, her lawyer, who won the retrial of her murder conviction. (The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

A Boston-based radio series is revisiting the 20-year-old unsolved case of a Brush Prairie woman found brutally bludgeoned to death in her home — and features the woman who was once convicted of her murder.

“Beyond All Repair,” by WBUR and ZSP Media, looks at the 2002 slaying of 58-year-old Marlyne Johnson.

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