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The Daily Crime
"There was a fingerprint"

The Daily Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 12:38


In July, we covered the case of Jessica Gutierrez, a 4-year-old girl who was abducted from her family's home in Lexington, S.C., in 1996. Investigators now say they know who took her. WLTX Reporter Eleanor Tabone shares the story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CutOff Genes Podcast
CutOff Genes: Ep 504: Rich's Stalker

CutOff Genes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 42:19


- Ancestry's new interface - Belgian Princess update - Artifact DNA solves century old mystery - Story-time with Dawn Kosmakos - For help with your search go to cutoffgenes.com

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.20.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 59:57


Magnesium is essential for the immune system, including in the fight against cancer University of Basel (Switzerland), January 19, 2022 Previous studies have shown that cancerous growths spread faster in the bodies of mice when the animals received a low-magnesium diet – and that their defense against flu viruses was also impaired. However, there has so far been little research into how exactly this mineral affects the immune system. Now, researchers have discovered that T cells can eliminate abnormal or infected cells efficiently only in a magnesium-rich environment. Specifically, magnesium is important for the function of a T cell surface protein called LFA-1. (NEXT) More lycopene linked to longer lives for people with metabolic syndrome University of Nebraska Medical Center, January 16, 2022 Higher blood levels of lycopene may reduce the risk of mortality in people with metabolic syndrome, says a new study from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Lycopene is an antioxidant that is present in red- and pink-colored fruits and vegetables. As well as being used as a food coloring, it is also used in supplements and functional foods and beverages. New data published in Nutrition Research suggests that higher serum levels of lycopene were associated with greater survival times for people with metabolic syndrome, compared to low serum levels. (NEXT) Too much sugar during adolescence may alter brain's reward circuits European Journal of Neuroscience, January 19, 2022 A new study in rats may provide significant insights into the long-term impacts of over-consumption of sugary foods during adolescence. The study shows that the enjoyment of such foods later in adulthood is reduced in those who over-consumed early in life. Investigators found that this decrease in reward relates to reduced activity in one of the key hubs of the brain's reward circuitry, called the nucleus accumbens. Such long-lasting alterations could have important implications for reward-related disorders such as substance abuse or eating disorders. (NEXT) Unveiled the epigenetic mechanism by which vitamin D modulates the tolerance of the immune system Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (Germany), January 19, 2022 In autoimmunity, the mechanisms that guarantee that our defense system does not attack our own body - tolerance to oneself - does not work properly. Multiple sclerosis, which affects one in every 1,000 people in Spain, is a serious autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks the myelin sheath of some types of neurons, causing progressive neurological disability. Dr. Esteban Ballestar, leader of the Epigenetics and immune diseases group at the Josep Carrreras Leukaemia Research Institute, and Dr. Eva Martínez-Cáceres, leader of the Immunopathology group at the IGTP-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, have recently published in the prestigious journal Cell Reports the mechanism by which vitamin D activates the tolerance program of dendritic cells. (NEXT) Study links poor sleep in seniors to more severe arteriosclerosis University of Toronto, January 19, 2022 Poor sleep quality in older people is associated with more severe arteriosclerosis in the brain as well as a greater burden of oxygen-starved tissue (infarcts) in the brain, both of which can contribute to the risk of stroke and cognitive impairment, according to the newest findings reported in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke. The relationship between cardiovascular disease and so-called "fragmented" sleep has been studied in the past, but this is the first study to look specifically for an association between sleep fragmentation and detailed microscopic measures of blood vessel damage and infarcts in autopsied brain tissue from the same individuals. Fragmented sleep occurs when sleep is interrupted by repeated awakenings or arousals. In this study, sleep was disrupted on average almost seven times per hour. Researchers found that greater sleep fragmentation was associated with 27 percent higher odds of having severe arteriosclerosis. Moreover, for each additional two arousals during one hour of sleep, researchers reported a 30 percent increase in the odds that subjects had visible signs of oxygen deprivation in their brain. (OTHER NEWS) America's New Class War Chris Hedges, January 18, 2022 There is one last hope for the United States. It does not lie in the ballot box. It lies in the union organizing and strikes by workers at Amazon, Starbucks, Uber, Lyft, John Deere, Kellogg, the Special Metals plant in Huntington, West Virginia, owned by Berkshire Hathaway, the Northwest Carpenters Union, Kroger, teachers in Chicago, West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona, fast-food workers, hundreds of nurses in Worcester, Massachusetts, and the members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. Organized workers, often defying their timid union leadership, are on the march across the United States. Over four million workers, about 3% of the work force, mostly from accommodation and food services, healthcare and social assistance, transportation, housing, and utilities have walked away from jobs, rejecting poor pay along with punishing and risky working conditions. There is a growing consensus – 68% in a recent Gallup poll with that number climbing to 77% of those between the ages of 18 and 34 – that the only way left to alter the balance of power and force concessions from the ruling capitalist class is to mobilize and strike, although only 9% of the U.S. work force is unionized. Forget the woke Democrats. This is a class war. The Democratic Party will not push through the kind of radical New Deal reforms that in the 1930s staved off fascism and communism. Its empty political theater, which stretches back to the Clinton administration, was on full display in Atlanta when Biden called for revoking the filibuster to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, knowing that his chances of success are zero. Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, along with several of the state's voting rights groups, boycotted the event in a very public rebuke. They were acutely aware of Biden's cynical ploy. When the Democrats were in the minority, they clung to the filibuster like a life raft. Then Sen. Barack Obama, along with other Democrats, campaigned for it to remain in place. And a few days ago, the Democratic leadership employed the filibuster to block legislation proposed by Sen. Ted Cruz. The Democrats have been full partners in the dismantling of our democracy, refusing to banish dark and corporate money from the electoral process and governing, as Obama did, through presidential executive actions, agency “guidance,” notices and other regulatory dark matter that bypass Congress. The Democrats, who helped launch and perpetuate our endless wars, were also co-architects of trade deals such as NAFTA, expanded surveillance of citizens, militarized police, the largest prison system in the world and a raft of anti-terrorism laws such as Special Administrative Measures (SAMs) that abolish nearly all rights, including due process and attorney-client privilege, to allow suspects to be convicted and imprisoned with secret evidence they and their lawyers are not permitted to see. The squandering of staggering resources to the military — $777.7 billion a year — passed in the Senate with an 89-10 vote and in the House of Representatives with a 363-70 vote, coupled with the $80 billion spent annually on the intelligence agencies has made the military and the intelligence services, many run by private contractors such as Booz Allen Hamilton, nearly omnipotent. The Democrats long ago walked out on workers and unions. The Democratic governor of Maine, Janet Mills, for example, killed a bill a few days ago that would have allowed farm workers in the state to unionize. On all the major structural issues there is no difference between the Republicans and the Democrats. The longer the Democratic Party does not deliver real reforms to ameliorate the economic hardship, exacerbated by soaring inflation rates, the more it feeds the frustration of many of its supporters, widespread apathy (there are 80 million eligible voters, a third of the electorate, who do not cast ballots) and the hatred of the “liberal” elites stoked by Donald Trump's cultish Republican Party. Its signature infrastructure package, Build Back Better, when you read the fine print, is yet another infusion of billions of government money into corporate bank accounts. This should not surprise anyone, given who funds and controls the Democratic Party. The rapacious pillage by the elites, many of whom bankroll the Democratic Party, has accelerated since the financial crash of 2008 and the pandemic. Wall Street banks recorded record profits for 2021. As the Financial Times noted, they milked the underwriting fees from Fed-based borrowing and profited from mergers and acquisitions. They have pumped their profits, fueled by roughly $5 trillion in Fed spending since the beginning of the pandemic, as Matt Taibbi points out, into massive pay bonuses and stock buybacks. “The bulk of this new wealth—most—is being converted into compensation for a handful of executives,” Taibbi writes. “Buybacks have also been rampant in defense, pharmaceuticals, and oil & gas, all of which also just finished their second straight year of record, skyrocketing profits. We're now up to about 745 billionaires in the U.S., who've collectively seen their net worth grow about $2.1 trillion to $5 trillion since March 2020, with almost all that wealth increase tied to the Fed's ballooning balance sheet.” Kroger is typical. The corporation, which operates some 2,800 stores under different brands, including Baker's, City Market, Dillons, Food 4 Less, Foods Co., Fred Meyer, Fry's, Gerbes, Jay C Food Store, King Soopers, Mariano's, Metro Market, Pay-Less Super Markets, Pick'n Save, QFC, Ralphs, Ruler and Smith's Food and Drug, earned $4.1 billion in profits in 2020. By the end of the third quarter of 2021, it had $2.28 billion in cash, an increase of $399 million in the first quarter of 2020. Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen made over $22 million, nearly doubling the $12 million he made in 2018. This is over 900 times the salary of the average Kroger worker. Kroger in the first three quarters of 2021 also spent an estimated $1.3 billion on stock buybacks. Class struggle defines most of human history. Marx got this right. It is not a new story. The rich, throughout history, have found ways to subjugate and re-subjugate the masses. And the masses, throughout history, have cyclically awoken to throw off their chains. (NEXT) Was Peter Daszak Working For The Central Intelligence Agency? Kanekoa, January 18, 2022 “We found other coronaviruses in bats, a whole host of them, some of them looked very similar to SARS. So we sequenced the spike protein: the protein that attaches to cells. Then we… Well, I didn't do this work, but my colleagues in China did the work. You create pseudo particles, you insert the spike proteins from those viruses, see if they bind to human cells. At each step of this, you move closer and closer to this virus could really become pathogenic in people. You end up with a small number of viruses that really do look like killers." This statement was said by EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak at a 2016 forum discussing “emerging infectious diseases and the next pandemic”. Daszak, who received more than $118 million in grants and contracts from federal agencies, including $53 million from USAID, $42 million from DOD, and $15 million from HHS, appeared to boast about the manipulation of “killer” SARS-like coronaviruses carried out by his “colleagues in China” at the now infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology. According to investigative research done by independent-journalist Sam Husseini and The Intercept, much of the money awarded to EcoHealth Alliance did not focus on health or ecology, but rather on biowarfare, bioterrorism, and other dangerous uses of deadly pathogens. EcoHealth Alliance received the majority of its funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), a State Department subsidiary that serves as a frequent cover for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Their second largest source of funding was from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), which is a branch of the Department of Defense (DOD) which states it is tasked to “counter and deter weapons of mass destruction and improvised threat networks.” The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has a long history of acting as a contract vehicle for various CIA covert activities. With an annual budget of over $27 billion and operations in over 100 countries, one former USAID director, John Gilligan, once admitted it was “infiltrated from top to bottom with CIA people.” Gilligan explained that “the idea was to plant operatives in every kind of activity we had overseas; government, volunteer, religious, every kind.” From 2009 to 2019, USAID partnered with EcoHealth Alliance on their PREDICT program which identified over 1,200 new viruses, including over 160 coronavirus strains; trained roughly 5,000 people around the world to identify new diseases; and improved or developed 60 research laboratories. What better way for the CIA to collect intelligence on the world's biological warfare capabilities? Dr. Andrew Huff received his Ph.D. in Environmental Health specializing in emerging diseases before becoming an Associate Vice President at EcoHealth Alliance, where he developed novel methods of bio-surveillance, data analytics, and visualization for disease detection. On January 12, 2022, Dr. Andrew Huff issued a public statement (on Twitter) in which he claimed, Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance, told him that he was working for the CIA. Dr. Huff continued, “…I wouldn't be surprised if the CIA / IC community orchestrated the COVID coverup acting as an intermediary between Fauci, Collins, Daszak, Baric, and many others. At best, it was the biggest criminal conspiracy in US history by bureaucrats or political appointees.” In February 2020, Daszak told University of North Carolina coronavirus researcher Dr. Ralph Baric that they should not sign the statement condemning the lab-leak theory so that it seems more independent and credible. “You, me and him should not sign this statement, so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn't work in a counterproductive way,” Daszak wrote. More unredacted emails have revealed that while these scientists held the private belief that the lab release was the most likely scenario, they still worked to seed the natural origin narrative for the public through the papers published in Nature Medicineand The Lancet. If Dr. Andrew Huff is telling the truth, Fauci, Collins, and Daszak might be covering up the lab origin not only for themselves, but also for the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, and the U.S. Government.

Sinocism
Corruption investigators coming for platform monopolies?; Contract tracing highlights need for Common Prosperity

Sinocism

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022


The CCDI 6th Plenum has released the communique from the meeting. The big platform companies should be worried. Here are the most interesting differences I saw from the 2021 CCDI Plenum Communique: Efforts will be made to investigate and deal with corruption behind disorderly expansion of capital and platform monopolies, and cut off the link between power and capital;

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 6

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 6, an audio rom-com where Rachel tries to use Karaoke to form a lasting duet with Liz. Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Nicole Britton, Sean Paulsen, Desiree Rodriguez.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

Curly Conspiracies
90. The Kaz II Mystery

Curly Conspiracies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 33:24


Investigators are baffled when a yacht is found in the middle of the ocean off of the coast of Australia with no passengers on it. The scene left on the boat made it seem like the people on it vanished into thin air. A coffee mug was still out with liquid inside, a laptop was opened, and the engine was left running leaving people wondering- what happened to the 3 experienced sailors that set out on their journey along the coast of Australia?

Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human

Original Air Date 1/10/2021 Today, in our 15th-anniversary episode, we take a look at the years and years of warning signs we have been highlighting since 2006 that collectively predict the armed insurrection against the government as the natural endpoint for a radicalized, conspiratorial, White/Christian-supremacist, permanently-minoritarian political movement that has lost its ability to win power by legitimate means. Transcript SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: American Fascists, Chris Hedges - Ring of Fire - Air Date 2-12-07 Chris Hedges explains the decades-old prediction of the rise of Christian fascism Ch. 2: Ginsberg and O'Connor death threats - Rachel Maddow - Air Date 2006 Ginsberg and O'Connor deal with detailed death threats as part of the effort to take over the judiciary Ch. 3: O'Connor Decries Republican Attacks on Courts - NPR Morning Edition - Air Date: 3-10-2006 Sandra Day O'Connor warns of creeping dictatorial tendencies referencing efforts to control the courts Ch. 4: Avoid these ends by avoiding these beginnings - The Young Turks - Air Date 3-22-2006 Cenk Uygur highlights the need to prevent dictatorship by avoiding the first steps that can lead to it Ch. 5: Tim Wise on How Donald Trump Legitimizes Racist Ideas - @DavidPakmanShow - Air Date 01-07-16 Tim Wise explains what drives Trump supporters and the burgeoning Trumpism movement Ch. 6: Sasha Abramsky on what Trump supporters really think - Start Making Sense from @TheNation - Air Date 3-2-16 Sasha Abramsky speaks with Trump supporters, many of whom ask him his ethnicity before being willing to speak with him Ch. 7: Thirty Black People Booted From Trump Rally - @theyoungturks - Air Date 03-02-16 Secret Service agent choke-slams a journalist at a Trump rally. What will Trump do if he actually wins? Ch. 8: CNN's morally bankrupt hiring of former Trump campaign staffer - CounterSpin (@FAIRmediawatch) - Air Date 7-1-16 CNN profits from the Trump campaign to the detriment of the country Ch. 9: Trump Victory Inspires Acts Of Hate Against Minorities - @RingOfFireRadio - Air Date 11-11-16 Post-election rash of hate-crimes spike after Trump victory. Ch. 10: You Will Not Believe This Insane Antisemitic Email - @DavidPakmanShow - Air Date 11-14-16 David Pakman shares an email he recieved and vandilism he witnessed in the wake of Trump's victory Ch. 11: A White Nationalist Will Be Advising Trump'��s Administration - @RingOfFireRadio - Air Date 11-14-16 Steve Bannon tapped to join the Trump administration Ch. 12: How to fight our enemies, the blacks and jews - A real-life White supremacist podcast - Air Date 11-10-16 Clips from an unabashedly White-nationalist podcast in the wake of Trump's election win Ch. 13: It can't happen here - Ideas from the CBC - Air Date 1-17-17 A look at the long history of racial grivance that fuels fascist tendencies in the US Ch. 14: The Attorney General Defied Trump's Muslim Ban. He Did One Thing He Knows How to Do He Fired Her - @DemocracyNow - Air Date 01-31-17 Trump issues an executive order effectively banning Muslims from several countries Ch. 15: Christiane Amanpour on the state of the media in a post fact-world - The Investigators with Diana Swain, CBC - Air Date 11-25-16 Trump's treatment of the media is precisely in line with the strategies of dictators around the world Ch. 16: Antifa: A Look at the Antifascist Movement Confronting White Supremacists in the Streets - @DemocracyNow - Air Date 08-16-17 Trump doubles down when criticized for his comments in the wake of the Charlottesville White supremacists rally Ch. 17: Donald Trump Puts Our Democracy and Our Lives in Serious Danger - @Thom_Hartmann - Air Date 01-13-18 Not a single president has met more than one of the four qualities identified by political scientists as warning signs of an authoritarian or fascist leader. Trump meets them all. Is this how our Democracy dies? Ch. 18: Scott Crow on understanding conspiracy narratives required for fascist thinking - Revolutionary Left Radio - Air Date 2-19-18 Scott Crow explains why the rise of progressive-left movements are always countered by a rise in right-wing conspiracy theories and why fascism downright requires conspiracies to survive. Ch. 19: Steve Schmidt President Donald Trump Is 'Stoking And Inciting' Worst Among Us - @allinwithchris Hayes - Air Date 10-29-18 Donald Trump is "stoking and inciting - for the purposes of political power - the worst amongst us to take action in his name," says Steve Schmidt. Ch. 20: Violent Extremism in the U.S. - NowThis World - Air Date 11-4-18 White supremacist and other right-wing violence are currently the deadliest active domestic extremist movements in the U.S., according to data from several civil rights groups that track hate crimes and extremist violence. Ch. 21: Corruption of Department of Justice Sets Off Alarm Bells - Rachel Maddow Show - Air Date 2-12-20 Rachel discusses the crisis in the justice department and the authoritarian actions of Trump. Ch. 22: Trump Attacks Anti-Fascists But Is Silent on Boogaloo & Far-Right Groups Engaged in Deadly Violence - Democracy Now! - Air Date 6-23-20 President Trump claims without evidence that anti-fascists are inciting riots at protests against police brutality, but has downplayed groups like the “boogaloo” movement, which are using the protests as cover to carry out violence, even murder. Ch. 23: Marjorie Cohn on Portland Secret Police - CounterSpin - Air Date 7-24-20 While we wait to see if corporate media can decide which optic is an optic too far, we talk about the legal, constitutional elements of the fight for our right to protest, including against the forces that are sent to police the protesting. Marjorie Kohn. Ch. 24: Trump Caravans and the Threat of Sectarian Violence - The Muckrake Podcast - Air Date 9-1-20 Right Wing vigilantism turns to roving bands of MAGA supporters driving into cities and doling out violence. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 25: Final comments to wrap up this anniversary episode

What’s Your Emergency
Stump MC - Trivia from a crazy week in first responder land

What’s Your Emergency

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 19:59


This week Justin pulls three stories from the feeds and sees if MC can guess what's going on. Have a listen to see if you too can guess right, then see the links below for the stories: Story 1: What was so special about the recent launch of the USS Abraham Lincoln and her carrier group? Story 2: How did this man in custody catch on fire? Story 3: Investigators of a fatal fire in Philly that left 12 dead, including 7 children, learned it was started how? Well, how did you do on our quiz? It's 2022, so make sure you're subscribed and do us a favor and drop a review wherever you get your podcasts. That can be your gift to us. Unless of course you'd prefer to buy us a beer or subscribe to our Patreon.

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 5

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 5, an audio rom-com where Liz finally decides to surrender to her feelings and give Rachel a “do over” date. Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Joseph Lymous, Robb Moreira, Desiree Rodriguez, Sean Paulsen, Penny O'Brien.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

Nudge
#73: Why we can't stop following the herd

Nudge

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 29:04


In 2010 a plane crashed in the DRC, Africa. Investigators couldn't figure out the cause. It wasn't mechanical, it wasn't a technical error. No. It was human instinct. In this episode, you'll hear Laura Osborne and Alex Chesterfield, authors of Poles Apart, explain why we form groups, how these groups affect our decision making and why following the herd caused a plane to crash. Unlock the Nudge Vaults: https://www.nudgepodcast.com/vaults Sign up for the newsletter: https://www.nudgepodcast.com/mailing-list Poles Apart book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Poles-Apart-Ali-Goldsworthy/dp/1847942954

Press 1 for Nick
Jeannie Walters - Global Keynote Speaker, Trainer, and workshop leader, CEO & Chief Customer Experience Investigator at Experience Investigators [Customer Service Blue Printing]

Press 1 for Nick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 34:33


Welcome to Press 1 For Nick Throwback Episode! In these episodes, we reintroduce you to some of our most popular episodes. ***ABOUT NICK GLIMSDAHLSubscribe to my weekly newsletterFind me on TwitterFind me on LinkedIn***LISTENER SUPPORTSupport this show through Buy Me A Coffee***BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS:Learn about all the guests book recommendations here: https://press1fornick.com/books/  BROUGHT TO YOU BY:VDS: They are a client-first consulting firm focused on strategy, business outcomes, and technology. They provide holistic consulting services to optimize your customer contact center, inspiring and designing transformational change to modernize and prepare your business for the future. Learn more: https://www.govds.com/ This podcast is under the umbrella of CX of M Radio: https://cxofm.org/Podcast-Shows/ SPONSORING OPPORTUNITIES:Interested in partnering with the Press 1 For Nick podcast? Click here: https://press1fornick.com/lets-talk/ 

True Crime Daily The Podcast
Cop accused of staging pregnant girlfriend's murder as suicide; Delivery driver stalked and killed

True Crime Daily The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 50:14


An off-duty police officer in Alabama calls cops to report an apparent suicide in his apartment parking lot. Investigators soon discover the victim is the cop's pregnant girlfriend visiting from out of town. Was it an argument -- or an ambush? And a California woman is stalked and killed while driving for a food-delivery service, allegedly by an ex-boyfriend with a criminal past who may have previously threatened her. Police say the suspect and his mother led police on a wild pursuit in the victim's car, with the dead woman still in the vehicle. Thanks to our sponsors: HelloFresh.com/TCD16 code TCD16 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Daily Crime
"A shopping cart was found nearby"

The Daily Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 18:20


Investigators in Virginia are sharing more information an accused serial killer referred to as the "Shopping Cart Killer," and a sheriff in Texas is under criminal investigation for allegedly having his deputies illegally seize money and a truck from undocumented immigrants during traffic stops. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 4

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 4, an audio rom-com where Liz and Rachel set the Honey Pot to catch Dan but end up catching each other. Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Joseph Lymous, Desiree Rodriguez, Robb Moreira.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

Let's be Blunt with Montel
CANNABIS CARE | BENJAMIN CAPLAN, M.D.

Let's be Blunt with Montel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 45:06


Montel talks with one of the 100 most influential individuals in cannabis on this episode of Let's Be Blunt, Dr Benjamin Caplan. After an early career in brain imaging research at UCLA, he graduated from Williams College, completed his medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine, and his residency at Boston University. In addition to practicing as a primary care physician at some of Boston's foremost hospitals, he served as the Chief Medical Officer of one of the largest medical cannabis healthcare groups in the US, overseeing the clinical evaluations of over 250,000 medical patients. He has supervised and mentored hundreds of physicians across the United States and abroad, served as Investigator for multiple pharmaceutical research studies, and has been published in premier medical journals including the New England Journal of Medicine. He is a board-certified doctor of Family Medicine, the Founder and the Chief Medical Officer of CED Clinic, CED Foundation, and EO Care, Inc, as well as a co-founder of Solo Sciences which was acquired by Akerna Corp. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 3

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 3, an audio rom-com where Liz and Rachel take an aerobics class to try to catch a cheater. Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Joseph Lymous, Desiree Rodriguez.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

CutOff Genes Podcast
CutOff Genes: Episode 503: You've Come A Long Way Babies

CutOff Genes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 47:50


- Iowa Original Birth Certificates now available to Adoptees- maybe! - What happens when biological parents marry and have more children - The "Baby Box" lady - Part 3 of story time with Michele East - For more info and help with your search go to cutoffgenes.com

MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend
Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. - iPredator

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 70:35


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Ibiza - The Reset Rebel
100: The Reset Rebel Celebrates 100 Episodes

Ibiza - The Reset Rebel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 71:12


100 Reset Rebels!! How did Ibiza inspire a whole series based on Resetting the narrative of what this island is known for and the kind of people that live here? Find out why this podcast began in today's Centenary episode with Jo Youle and hear snippets of her favourite chats with island rebels, rascals, film makers, musicians, writers, creators, journalists, Indigenous tribal Investigators, wellness experts, visionaries and Walking legends. I could never have seen the day this 100th episode landed when I started to make this series. Thank you SO much for listening and there is a HUGE gift on board this show. Don't miss it!! Mail us to win your place with us on a FREE Ibiza event later this year  :  JustThegoodnewsplease@gmail.com Instagram us: @theresetrebel 

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 2

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 2, an audio rom-com where Liz takes Rachel on a stakeout against her better judgement, or so she thinks. Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Robb Moreira, Desiree Rodriguez.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

Small Town Murder
#257 - Bloody Jealousy - Woodstock, Illinois

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 176:24


This week, in Woodstock, Illinois, a seemingly perfect young, small town couple, both from seemingly perfect families, who are good friends, and all from a seemingly perfect little town. What could go wrong? Well, jealously, anger, and absolutely heartless, cold blooded murder! A terrible attack, leads to a ridiculous manhunt, that lasts 3 years, with paths crossing with everyone from a fashion designing cult leader, to Dolly Parton. As crazy as it gets!!  Along the way, we find out that some Chicago is synonymous with "The Old West", that it's not safe to be an unknown actor, when there is a national manhunt for a murderer, and that some people just won't die, no matter how many times you stab them!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Tennessee Underground
"WRAP" EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DARYL CHANSUTHUS SHARES HER EXPERTISE CONCERNING ABUSED WOMEN & MEN ON "THE INVESTIGATOR"

Tennessee Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 52:27


Director Chansuthus manages the  Women and Men's Resource and Rape Progam in Jackson Tn. She is highly regarded as an expert in the causation, treatment, and rehabilitation of situations involving those who suffer from the trauma of domestic abuse.This episode presents valuable information we all need to hear. The host for this episode is The Investigator, Jim Leach, career law enforcement officer and author of, "You Can Tell ME, Effective Interviewing Made Simple", available at Amazon.comOriginally aired 1/5/22 

The Rachel Maddow Show
Why did Hannity text that he was 'very worried' ahead of 1/6? Investigators want to know.

The Rachel Maddow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 45:03


Tonight's guests are Rep. Jamie Raskin, members of the January 6th Committee and author of the new book, "Unthinkable"; and Dr. David Kessler, chief science officer for the Biden administration's Covid response.

Midnight Train Podcast
What happened to the Jeff Davis/Jennings 8?

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 86:15


www.themidnighttrainpodcast.com  Hello, you crazy, beautiful bastards. And happy new year. We hope your Christmas or whatever holiday you chose to celebrate was a great one. As you probably know, we took the week off to be with our families, and this week we're back with another banger, as the cool kids say. We are hopping back into the dark, twisted world of UNSOLVED true crime—the best and only way to serve that horrible cold dish. We know you guys love that shit, and so do we. Of course, not in a weird "sitting alone in front of my computer masturbating to unsolved terrible crimes" sort of way, but in more of a "gee-whiz Mr. Wilson, that's interesting, I'd like to learn more" kind of way. And with that out of the way, let's get into today's episode on the Jennings 8!   The Jennings 8, sometimes also referred to as the Jeff Davis 8, is a series of unsolved murders in Jefferson Davis Parish in Louisiana between 2005- 2009. And for those of you wondering, no, Moody wasn't living there yet. So he's been cleared of this one. This one.  Two of the victims had their throats slit; the other six were in such a bad state of decay that a cause of death could not be determined, but asphyxiation is thought to be the cause. Law enforcement would have you believe a serial killer was on the loose but is that really what happened? Or was something crazier going down?  Let's take a look at the unfortunate victims first.    The first body found was that of Loretta Lynn Chaisson Lewis. She was 28 and last seen on 05/17/05 in Jennings, Louisiana. Her body was found in the Grand Marais Canal 05/20/05 and floating in Grand Marais Canal's east fork, a few miles southwest of Jennings. She was partially clothed and shoeless. The advanced decomposition caused difficulty identifying and collecting evidence, and an autopsy found Loretta had no physical injuries. A toxicology report showed "high levels of drugs and alcohol" in her system, but no cause of death was determined. Investigators believe she may have been in the canal for three to four days.    The second victim, Ernestine Patterson, was a mother of four and a lifelong Jennings resident. The 30-year-old was last seen on June 16, 2005. On June 18, her body was discovered in a drainage canal off LA Highway 102. She was partially clothed, and her throat had been slit. The death was ruled a homicide, and two people were arrested and charged with 2nd-degree murder but were later released due to "lack of evidence." She worked at Iota State University.   The third victim was Kristen Elizabeth Gary-Lopez. Kristen was last seen alive by friends and family on March 6, 2007. By all published accounts, Kristen was involved in a high-risk lifestyle of drugs and prostitution. Because it was not unusual to not hear from her for extended amounts of time, she was not reported missing until ten days later.   On March 18, a fisherman discovered Lopez's utterly nude body in the Petitjean Canal, a rural area near Cherokee Road right off LA 99, about 10 miles south of the town of Welsh. Investigators felt her body had been placed in that location but killed elsewhere. According to autopsy results, the cause of death for Kristen Gary Lopez is undetermined. However, toxicology results showed elevated levels of drugs and alcohol in Lopez's system. In May 2007, Frankie Richard and his niece, Hannah Conner, were arrested in connection with Lopez's death. Richard and Conner were also questioned about the other deaths before Lopez's body was found. Richard was reportedly seen with three of the victims in the last days of their lives. Charges were eventually dropped due to insufficient evidence and conflicting witness statements.   Also arrested in May 2007 was Tracee L. Chaisson. The police booked her on Accessory After the Fact charges. Chaisson was the person who reported Kristen missing. Investigators believed she knew where the body was when she made the report. Like Richard and Conner, charges were dropped against Tracee Chaisson due to lack of evidence and conflicting statements.       Whitnei Charlene Dubois, 26, was last seen on 05/10/07. Her remains were found 05/12/07 at the intersection of Bobby and Earl Duhon Roads, approximately five miles outside of Jennings, Louisiana.   According to the family, "Whitnei enjoyed listening to music, absolutely adored her daughter, was tough on the outside despite her vulnerabilities within, and left a lasting impression on all those who knew and loved her."   The nude body of Whitnei Dubois was found 05/12/07 near the intersection of Bobby and Earl Duhon Roads, approximately five miles outside of Jennings. Investigators believe she had been dead "a couple of days." Officials never determined the cause of death, but high levels of alcohol and drugs were found in her body.    Her family has doubts about the investigation into her death. Whitnei's sister Brittney Jones wonders, "why haven't we been questioned? Why haven't we been asked when was the last time we saw our sister? Where her whereabouts was? Why haven't we been asked about the evidence? Why haven't we been contacted?"   Lolita Doucet, her aunt, believes Whitnei and the other victims were dismissed as women who lived high-risk lifestyles involving drugs and prostitution.   23-year-old LaConia Shontel "Muggy" Brown was last seen on May 27, 2008. Around 2 am on May 29, a Jennings police officer discovered her body lying on Racca Road, leading to the police firing range. Although in a rural area, Brown's body was the first found within the city limits of Jennings. She would become the 5th victim of the Jennings 8. LaConia was clothed but had no shoes on. Her throat had been slit, and someone had doused her body with bleach. Brown was wearing a white, tank-top style shirt stained from white to pink. Police believed the stain to be blood and that some type of liquid had diluted it from red to pink. They discovered more evidence and potential leads in this case than in any of the previous deaths since Brown's body was found about six hours after it was left on the road.   LaConia's family stated that she may have known something horrible was about to happen to her and that she was living in fear just days before her death. She was a lifelong resident of Jennings and attended Jennings High School.   Crystal 'Shay' Benoit Zeno, 23, was last seen 08/29/08. Her remains were found on 09/11/08 near a dry irrigation canal a few miles from Jennings, Louisiana.   Crystal was employed with Sonic in Lake Arthur until May 2008, when she moved to Jennings. She enjoyed spending time with her daughter, fishing, singing, and listening to music. She was a people-person, who also enjoyed spending time with friends.   According to her parents, Shay was diagnosed with bipolar at 12 and started using drugs early to cope with the illness.   On 09/11/08, hunters reported a foul smell in a wooded area to authorities. The remains of Crystal Shay were found around 3:00 pm on the LaCour Road levee, off LA Highway 1126, a few miles southeast of Jennings. Due to the advanced state of decomposition, she was not identified with DNA until nearly two months later, on 11/07/08. Her death was ruled a homicide, although the cause of death and toxicology reports have not been released to the public.   Crystal, who went by "Shay," was married and had a young daughter. She also knew many of the other victims, including Brittney Gary.   17-year-old Brittney Gary became the 7th and youngest victim. Brittney walked out of the Family Dollar Store in Jennings, never to be seen alive again; sometime after 5:30 pm that day, she was abducted. Thirteen days passed as her family, and a concerned public held out hope that Brittney was safe and would be located soon. Sadly, on November 15, 2008, her deceased body was found in a grassy area outside Jennings. According to her family, Brittney loved to swim, hang out with her friends, and listen to music. She enjoyed spending time with her friends and family and was a friendly and loving person. She was also trusted by the third victim Kristine Gary Lopez. She also knew several of the other victims. Necole Jean Guillory, 26, was last seen on 08/16/09. Her remains were discovered on 08/19/09 near the westbound I-10 exit in Egan, Louisiana.   She was a resident of Lake Arthur, and according to her family, enjoyed listening to music and loved being outdoors.   Necole's remains were discovered on 08/19/09 by a highway worker mowing grass. She was left between mile markers 72 & 73, near the westbound I-10 Egan exit (between Crowley and Jennings) in Acadia Parish. Mark Dawson, Acadia Parish Coroner, ruled the death of Necole murder by probable asphyxia.    According to Necole's mother, shortly before her daughter's disappearance, she'd asked her what kind of icing she wanted for her birthday cake. Necole replied it didn't matter because she wouldn't see her birthday. Unfortunately, her premonition was correct: her body was found just days before her birthday. She also confided in her Mom that police killed the other young women, and it would only be a matter of time before she ended up dead too. Holy shit! What the hell is going on down there?   Ok, so those are the unfortunate victims in the case. Did a serial killer kill them? In December 2008, Officials formed a multi-agency investigative team (MAIT) of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to solve the killings. At the time, there were seven dead women, and the reward for information leading to the guilty party's arrest was increased from $35,000 to $85,000. From the outset, the task force was searching for a serial killer. "It is the collective opinion of all agencies involved in this investigation," said then Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff Ricky Edwards, who was flanked by FBI agents, Louisiana State Police, and sheriffs from neighboring parishes at a press conference announcing the task force's inception, "that these murders may have been committed by a common offender."    In 2012 the new Jefferson Davis sheriff claimed they still had no evidence that these deaths were all related or even homicides. Now, he may be technically correct, but most find this incredibly hard to believe, given the evidence and connections. At the time, most people chalked this up to the work of a serial killer preying on sex workers. If you're interested in serial killers, you'll know that this is not unusual. Many serial killers get started by killing sex workers as they are viewed as less important and less likely to be missed. Killers believe they can easily get away with murders of women who partake in this work line because nobody cares about them. As far as suspects go, some were arrested and released, as we've mentioned earlier.     However, one man believes that this was not the work of a serial killer. Writer Ethan Brown spent several years investigating this case and had discovered some interesting things in the process.    Buckle up bitches. This is about to be a crazy ride!   In one article he wrote for medium.com, Brown says, "Over the past two years, I have obtained and reviewed hundreds of pages of task force witness interviews, the homicide case files on several of the victims, the Jeff Davis Parish sheriff's office's and Jeff Davis Parish district attorney's files on all of the victims, federal and state court records, and the complete personnel files of the cops and sheriff's deputies at the center of the case. I have interviewed friends and family of all eight victims, as well as some of the possible suspects.   The details of the Jeff Davis 8 case can be murky; the connections between victims, suspects, and police tangled. My investigation, however, casts serious doubt on the theory that the Jeff Davis 8 is the work of a serial killer."   Brown goes on to say, "One fact is clear: local law enforcement is far too steeped in misconduct and corruption—and this extends to the task force, which is dominated by detectives and deputies from the sheriff's office—to run an investigation with the integrity that the murdered women and their families deserve after nearly a decade in which no one has been brought to justice."   One reason Brown doesn't believe this was the work of a serial killer is the connections between all of the victims. Generally, serial killers kill victims who have no relation to other victims. However, the women themselves all knew one another intimately. Some were related by blood (such as cousins Kristen Gary Lopez and Brittney Gary) or lived together (Gary bunked down with Crystal Benoit in South Jennings just before being killed in 2008). They solicited prostitution at the Boudreaux Inn, a now-shuttered motel in Jennings that, with its sloping blue metal roof and nondescript white façade, could be mistaken for a storage facility. The inn was ideally situated in Jennings's heady drugs and sex trade—just off a 400-mile stretch of Interstate 10 connecting Houston to New Orleans, favored by marijuana and cocaine traffickers and prescription-pill "doctor shoppers"—and cops were there on a near-nightly basis for busts. Loretta Lewis, the first victim, was the subject of several complaints to the police based on her activity at the inn.   Brown also says, "It wasn't simply that they traded their bodies at the same address. According to my reporting, all but one of the victims—Ernestine Patterson—were associated with the same fixture of the Jennings underworld: a 58-year-old oil-rig worker turned strip-club owner named Frankie Richard. "We shared something," he said of the murdered women, his voice so raspy it sounded as though he had been gargling rocks. "When we were at the lowest point of our life, and no one wanted to have anything to do with us, we had something to do with each other. And that means something to me. Them girls were my friends no matter how fucking low my life was. And I was their friend no matter how fuckin' low their life was."   Richard described the city of Jennings when the killings began: "It was wide open… The drugs, the prostitution, the bars, the crooked cops." Since the early 1990s, there have been nearly 20 unsolved homicides, including the slain eight women, in Jefferson Davis Parish, a statistic any competent sheriff's department would regard as both a shallow clearance rate and an astonishingly high murder rate for a small area.   As for suspects, Brown had found several while going through the reports from the task force and interviewing witnesses. In 2007, Frankie Richard himself was briefly charged in the Lopez killing, but those charges were dropped after witnesses provided conflicting statements and an essential piece of physical evidence was mishandled. Richard died in 2020.    Byron Chad Jones and Lawrence Nixon (a cousin of the fifth victim, Laconia Brown) were briefly charged with second-degree murder in the Ernestine Patterson case. But despite several witnesses implicating them, the sheriff's office did not test the alleged crime scene until 15 months after Patterson's murder and found it "failed to demonstrate the presence of blood." That messed-up crime scene work contributed, in part, to the collapse of the case against the two men. According to case files, Jennings street hustlers with connections to Richard were suspected in the deaths of some of the other women.    Brown claims no credible suspects outside the Jennings drug circle have been found, yet the official narrative is still that of a serial killer.    Another strange connection is that the murdered women of the Jeff Davis 8 (aka, the Jennings 8) provided information to law enforcement about other Jeff Davis 8 victims—and then turned up dead themselves. For example, Laconia Brown (the fifth victim) was interrogated about the 2005 killing of Ernestine Patterson (the second victim). Brown, the article author, obtained by a task force report in which one witness claims that Brown, the murder victim, spotted the body of Loretta Lewis (the first victim) floating in the Grand Marais Canal before Jerry Jackson discovered her there in May 2005. In 2006, detectives investigating Lewis's murder interrogated Kristen Gary Lopez (the third victim).   "She knew what was going on," Melissa Daigle, Lopez's mother, told Brown. She trailed off, tearing up at the memory. "They were scared, them girls. I think she knew about it and was too scared to say."   Brown also claims that he discovered that all of the women at one point had been informants for local law enforcement regarding the Jennings drug trade.    When Brown confronted Sheriff Edwards with the allegation that the Jeff Davis 8 were informants, the sheriff stammered a non-denial. "I wouldn't respond," he told me. "If they were informants, I would still continue to protect their anonymity. I don't know that's the truth. I won't comment on it."   Brown writes that at the end of 2008, a Jennings prostitute warned task force investigators that Necole Guillory "might be the next victim."   Guillory was known for her street savviness, and in 2006, when she was 24, she savagely attacked a sex customer with the handle of a sledgehammer.    Brown says of Guillory," I've reviewed the parish district attorney office's case files on Guillory, and in at least six cases, the charges against her ended in a nolle prosequi (a legal term meaning "be unwilling to pursue" on the district attorney's part). Though there is no record of Guillory's cooperation—excluding a theft case in which she agreed to testify against her codefendant—snitches routinely have charges nolle prossed in exchange for their off-the-record cooperation."   "Necole knew a whole lot," said Frankie Richard, "about a whole lot."   Necoles mother Barbara would tell Brown, "She was always paranoid," "It got to the point where she did not want to go anywhere by herself," she said. "I think she could feel that they were closing in on her." With her 27th birthday approaching, Guillory refused even to entertain the idea of celebrating. "I bought some icing and cake for her birthday," Barbara recalled. "She said, 'Momma, it doesn't matter—I'm not gonna be here.'" Guillory also had her four kids placed with relatives. A task force witness supports the claim that in her final days, she "was scared of someone," but she would not say who and that she "knew who killed the girls."   Barbara believes that her daughter was murdered because she witnessed local law enforcement corruption or misconduct or worse. "She used to tell us all the time it was the police killing the girls," Barbara said. "We'd say, 'Necole, a name. Something. Write a letter and leave it somewhere. Let us know. We can help you.' No, momma. It's too far gone. It's too big. I'd rather y'all not know nothing, that way nothing can happen to y'all… She knew, she knew, she knew, and that's why they killed her."   Brown writes that several other families of victims have similar stories.    He says, "Gail Brown, a sister of the fifth victim, Laconia "Muggy" Brown, told me that just before Muggy was killed, she worriedly informed her family that "she was investigating a murder with a cop; the cop wanted to give her $500 to tell what happened." Gail put it as bluntly as Barbara Guillory: "She knew what was going on," she told me, referring to her sister's work as a cooperator. "I think it was a cop that killed my sister."   Taskforce witness interviews corroborate the Brown family accounts; one was noted as saying that "Laconia Brown told her that…three police officers were going to kill her."   According to Brown, the Jennings police force and Jeff Davis sheriff's offices have been plagued by misconduct for years.    Veterans of Jennings' streets trace the unwinding of local law enforcement back to the '70s when they say cops began getting involved in drug trafficking. But this is not merely street gossip. In March 1990, two local men burglarized the sheriff's office, making off with a staggering 300 pounds of marijuana. According to court documents, investigators interviewed one of the burglars. He named a surprising pair of accomplices—Frankie Richard and a man named Ted Gary, who was then chief deputy sheriff. (Officials brought no charges against Richard and Gary.)   From sheriff's using parish funds to purchase personal items illegally, to unlawfully and purposefully stopping cars with out-of-state plates, to improper dealings with inmates, and even the murder of one officer and his wife by another officer, things were getting pretty nuts.    In October 2003, eight female Jennings cops filed a civil rights lawsuit in federal court against Jennings police chief Donald "Lucky" DeLouche, a gaggle of male cops, and the City of Jennings, alleging widespread acts of sexual violence and harassment. Among the allegations in the complaint: a captain who shook his penis at female officers, saying, "You know I like to lick pussy, I can numb it all night," and forced oral sex on a female officer, as well as a lieutenant who waved a knife at a female officer, warning, "Girl, I'll cut you." In January 2013, former Jennings police chief Johnny Lassiter was hit with a battery of charges after a Louisiana State Police audit found $4,500 in cash, 1,800 pills, more than 380 grams of cocaine, and several pounds of marijuana missing from the department's evidence room.   In December 2007, Sergeant Jesse Ewing received word that two female inmates at the city jail wanted to talk about the unsolved homicides (at the time totaling four). He was stunned by what he heard: Ewing said both women told him that "higher-ranking officers" had been directly involved in covering up the murders.   Brown claims Ewing had long been wary of his fellow cops, and he feared that the audiotapes would simply vanish, just as drugs and cash had a way of disappearing from evidence. So Ewing handed the interview tapes over to a local private investigator named Kirk Menard, who rushed copies to the FBI's office in nearby Lake Charles.   Brown goes on to write, "Ewing's gambit to grab the attention of the feds backfired. The tapes ended up right back with the sheriff's office–dominated task force, and Ewing's fears of retaliation turned out to be justified. As a result, the parish district attorney charged Ewing with malfeasance in office and sexual misconduct. (One of the female inmates claimed that Ewing touched her inappropriately during the interview. Ewing denies it, and that charge was dismissed.)   Brown says, "Ewing and I sat in his trailer in the Paradise Park development in Jennings in July 2011. He is a short, wide-shouldered man with a cleanly shaved head, a graying goatee, and the bulky frame of a rugby player. Ewing decorated the trailer with little more than a TV set and a couch—a no-frills lifestyle that he blamed on employment troubles since his termination after 20 years on the job. "I felt screwed for doing the right thing," he said."   Although the tapes were never made public, Brown says he had listened to them in their entirety. He claims they provide highly specific information about the murders of two of the prostitutes—Whitnei Dubois and Kristen Gary Lopez—as well as local law enforcement's alleged role in covering up Frankie Richard's role in at least one of the killings.   The first inmate says that a prostitute named Tracee Chaisson had told her that she was there when Richard and his niece Hannah Conner killed Dubois. They'd all been getting high, and when Dubois refused Richard's sexual advances, he "got aggressive, he started fighting with her, and when she started fighting back he got on top of her and started punching her." According to the inmate, Chaisson then said that Hannah held her head back and drowned her.    The two inmates told another story about a truck and a conspiracy between Richard and a top sheriff's office investigator to destroy evidence in the Lopez case.   The second inmate said Richard put Lopez's body "in a barrel," and used a truck to transport it. The truck, she said, was later purchased by "an officer named Mr. Warren, I don't know his exact name, he bought the truck to discard the evidence."   By "Warren," the inmate meant the sheriff's office chief criminal investigator, Warren Gary. The first inmate had also spoken of Lopez's body, a truck, and an officer named Warren.   Public records would seem to corroborate the second witness' account. On March 29, 2007, Warren Gary purchased a 2006 Chevy Silverado truck for $8,748.90 from Connie Siler, a Richard associate who had just been hauled into the sheriff's office for questioning in the case of a bad check. On April 20, Gary resold Siler's Silverado for $15,500, a nearly 50 percent profit in less than one month. (Siler, in turn, used profits from the sale, $3,207.13, to pay the parish district attorney's office for the bad checks she had issued.) Gary's truck purchase was possibly illegal and definitely unethical—the Louisiana Board of Ethics fined him $10,000 in the incident. "What [Gary] did with that was wrong," former sheriff Ricky Edwards told Brown. "Buying from an inmate, that's what was ethically wrong." He insisted, however, that his office "had no clue that [the truck] was even part of evidence [in the Lopez case]. That didn't come out until way after the fact."   Brown says there is some reason to doubt this claim. According to their reports, investigators knew that Siler was one of the last to see Lopez alive. In addition, Paula Guillory, a former detective in the sheriff's office who was later investigated for her ties to the Jennings drug scene, recently spoke to Brown and told him, "We knew that Connie Siler's vehicle was probably involved."   In a town where everyone was related and where the atmosphere had the feeling of a vicious family feud, it was Paula's then-husband Terrie Guillory, the warden at the jail, who brokered the Siler truck deal, according to the ethics board report on Gary. (Note: That he shares a last name with one of the victims is not a coincidence: Necole Guillory was his cousin.)   Because of Warren Gary and Terrie Guillory, two members of law enforcement, the Lopez case lost an essential piece of physical evidence. Because of Terrie Guillory, one suspect found herself with an alibi. And because Conner refused to flip on Richard, and Chaisson had changed her story repeatedly, the charges against all of them were dropped.   Brown writes, "Put simply: The statements from the two female inmates portrayed Richard and his associates working with the sheriff's office to dispose of evidence in the Lopez case. Yet the sergeant who took the statements was forced out of his job, and the allegations were ignored by law enforcement."    A review of hundreds of pages of task force investigative reports by Brown reveals a series of witness interviews where local law enforcement was implicated in the murders. However, these allegations have never been made public.   Danny Barry, a 12-year veteran of the sheriff's office when he died in 2010 at the age of 63, was named a suspect by at least three separate task force witnesses in a single day of interrogations in November 2008. "Deputy Danny Barry would ride around on the south side with his wife," one witness said. "And they would try to pick up girls….[Barry's vehicle was] a small blue sports car…Barry would drop off his wife, Natalie, and she would get the girls. The couple would 'spike' a drink and then take the girls back to the Barrys' house…."   One witness even told investigators that "Danny Barry had a room in his trailer that had chains hanging from the ceiling and that a person could not see in or out of the room." What the fuck?   There was only one task force interview with Barry on February 25, 2009. He wasn't questioned about the abundance of allegations against him, and there hasn't been any substantive follow-up investigation.   Brown goes on to write, "As the murders in the parish crescendoed in 2009, Guillory participated in a raid on Frankie Richard's family home. This was part of a sprawling investigation by the sheriff's office into a drugs and theft ring that Richard, his mother, and Teresa Gary (the mother of the seventh victim, Brittney Gary) were later charged with running, in which guns, jewelry, and rare coins had been pilfered from residences across Jennings. Yet when Guillory turned over evidence, nearly $4,000 was missing. So the theft case collapsed under the weight of serious law enforcement misconduct."   "Guillory denies that she stole or disposed of evidence in the case. She told me that she realized the money was missing when she was cataloguing the evidence from the raid and immediately contacted her superiors. (Warren Gary, the former chief investigator who had purchased the truck allegedly used to dispose of Lopez's body, helped catalogue the evidence, which is another troubling coincidence.) She was sent home from work and, even though she offered to take a polygraph test regarding the missing money, she was promptly fired by Sheriff Edwards. "I never even gave my own side of the story," she told Brown.   Yet again, the charges against Richard were dropped. It was a break that he relishes to this day. "I'm not mad at that," Richard told Brown when he asked him about the missing evidence in his case. "In fact I thank her for doing that. If she had handled her business right, my momma would still be in jail."   Most of the murdered women seemed to know about the other prostitute killings. But at least one victim from the Jeff Davis 8 witnessed a killing at the hands of state and local law enforcement during a drug bust in Jennings that went awry.   During a drug bust brought on by a tip from a snitch, Leonard Crochet, a pill dealer, was shot and killed by Probation and Parole agent John Briggs Becton. Briggs Becton told Crochet to show his hands, and, according to a statement he gave later to investigators, Crochet "then made a sudden movement with his hands toward his belt line." Believing that Crochet was reaching for a weapon, Briggs Becton fired his departmentally issued Remington 870 12-gauge shotgun, with a single shot striking Crochet in the chest.    According to a later statement by a fellow Probation and Parole agent at the raid, Briggs Becton approached Crochet's body, muttering, "Oh shit." Briggs Becton called an ambulance to the scene, and the inhabitants at 610 Gallup were taken into custody and transported to the Jennings Police Department for questioning. Police investigators concluded that they were "unable to locate any items near Crochet's location in the residence which could have been construed as a weapon. Further, no persons inside the residence at the time of the shooting, whether law enforcement or civilian, could provide any evidence that Crochet had brandished a weapon." That July, a parish grand jury heard prosecutors make their case that Briggs Becton committed the crime of negligent homicide. However, they came back with a decision of "no true bill"—no probable cause or evidence to show that Briggs Becton had committed a crime.   Could this be the reason the Jennings 8 we're killed? It is one theory suggested by some in the parish. "The victims were being killed because they were present when Leonard Crochet was killed by the police," one witness told task force investigators. "The girls were being killed because they had seen something they were not supposed to see." Even Richard connected the Crochet killing to the murdered women: "Most of them girls was at a raid…when that Crochet boy got killed. Most of the girls that are dead today were there that night."   Brown obtained a witness list from the Louisiana State Police on the incident. He says, "it reads like a who's who of players in the Jeff Davis 8 case, including the third victim Kristen Gary Lopez, Alvin "Bootsy" Lewis (the boyfriend of the fourth victim, Whitnei Duboisi, and the brother-in-law of the first victim, Loretta Lewis), and Harvey "Bird Dog" Burleigh, who later told Dubois' older brother Mike that "I'm close to finding out who killed your sister" and was then found stabbed to death in his Jennings apartment. His murder, too, remains unsolved."   The slaying of witnesses appears to be a pattern in Jefferson Davis Parish. Soon after Crystal Shay Benoit Zeno (the sixth victim) was found in a wooded area in South Jennings in September 2008, a tip was called into the parish district attorney's office from a 43-year-old Lafayette man named Russell Carrier. Carrier said that he had seen three African-American men exiting the woods. Richard associate Eugene "Dog" Ivory, Ervin "Tyson" Mouton (who is named as another possible suspect in the Lopez homicide in the task force documents), and Ricardo "Tiger" Williams. On October 10, 2010, Carrier was struck and killed by a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Train in Jennings early in the morning. Police Chief Todd D'Albor said that "for whatever reason," Carrier laid on the tracks and was run over.   God damn, this shit is nuts!    Brown concludes his article with information about one of the leading players in the case, Frankie Richard, whom we've talked about a lot.    Brown writes of Frankie, "Though Richard was well aware that I was deeply investigating the Jeff Davis 8, he never turned me down for an interview and didn't flinch when I confronted him with my reporting—he has a knack for explaining away bad facts and constructing theories on alternative suspects." Deceased deputy Danny Barry is also a favorite. "All these girls or most of these girls was found within a three-mile radius of Danny Barry's house," Richard told Brown. "Since he been dead, nobody died. All these motherfuckers on the sheriff's department are some crooked sons of bitches."   Brown describes one interview with Frankie as follows "On an unusually warm and muggy late spring night in 2012, Richard sat shirtless, exposing his meaty upper body, on a pair of rockers on the front porch of his family home in Jennings. He has expressionless brown eyes, a thick head of black hair streaked with gray, and a salt-and-pepper goatee. He was trying very hard to project the image of a wrongly accused, down-on-his-luck, sobered-up former hustler. "I was a dope addict, a coke head, meth head, alcoholic, no-good sonofabitch," Richard told me. "But I'm determined to get my head on right. I'm one year clean from meth and 100 days clean from alcohol and cocaine after 42 years. That's a long fuckin' time for a motherfucker like me."    Brown continues, "Standing nearby, on the ground below, was an associate of Richard's, a towering African-American man in his 30s wearing baggy jeans and a white T-shirt. At one point, he interrupted the conversation to warn me that the story I'm working on will likely put me in the crosshairs of local law enforcement. "You a bold-ass little man, dog," he said. "Don't get caught in Jeff Davis Parish at night."   Brown continues about Frankie Richard:   "That Richard continues to sit atop what police files and my own reporting suggest is an empire of drugs and prostitution is no spectacular stroke of luck. He is a prized informant who, according to task force documents, has provided a steady stream of intel to investigators. (Richard was debriefed in 2008, which Brown says challenges another official narrative: that no one is talking to the multi-agency investigative team, and that all investigators have is a series of unhelpful dead ends.) He goes on to say, "Criminal activity sanctioned by high-level law enforcement is hardly uncommon; a 2011 FBI report concluded the agency gave its informants permission to break the law at least 5,658 times that year. Richard would push back against the snitch label vigorously. But, in May 2012, Kirk Menard, the private investigator, sent a pair of female witnesses who said they had tips in the killings related to Richard to the task force offices to be interrogated. "Do not worry about Frankie," one high-ranking task force investigator told the stunned women, "because he works for me." According to the witness account, the investigator added that Richard has a task force–issued cellphone. Menard forwarded me an e-mail he sent to the task force outlining his concerns about the interview. Nearly two years later, he has yet to receive a response."   Brown says that the possibility that Richard is just circumstantially connected to all of the eight murdered women has also been undermined again and again. Soon after charges against Richard in the 2007 Lopez slaying were dismissed, he and associate Eugene "Dog" Ivory—who is, according to task force witnesses, a suspect in the murder of Crystal Benoit—beat a rape case in which, according to case files, Richard allegedly told the victim, "If you tell anyone, bitch, you will end up like the others."   Brown also recounts another story relayed to him:    "One night, not long before Richard and I met, Beverly Crochet, the sister of slain drug dealer Leonard Crochet, was leaving Tina's Bar, a South Jennings haunt frequented by the Jeff Davis 8. Tracee Chaisson, the former prostitute who was once charged with being an accessory after the fact of second-degree murder in the slaying of Kristen Lopez, approached her in the parking lot. "When I was walking out with my ride," Crochet told me when we spoke several weeks later on the front porch of her home, which is just down the street from the Richard family home, "she was screaming out the car with some black people, 'You're gonna be number 9.'" Crochet said she reported the incident to the task force. She cleared her throat nervously. "I could tell you more," she said, "but I'm scared. I'm scared for my own life." The Jeff Davis 8 killings, she said, "started right after" her brother Leonard was killed. "Right after. All them girls were in there at one point. They were all in there for two days in and out."   Brown concludes his article by saying The Jeff Davis 8 case is begging for a takeover by the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division. They had intervened in a now-notorious New Orleans Police Department case from 2005, where cops shot and killed innocent bystanders on the Danziger Bridge in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Brown claims his investigation raises several genuine questions about the prevailing serial-killer theory of these murders. It also indicates that local law enforcement is a hindrance, not a help, to a resolution being reached. Whatever the truth, these eight women, and their surviving families, deserve a fresh inquiry by an outside investigative body.   Holy shit! What seemed like a pretty clear-cut case on the outside; Serial killer preying on sex workers turned into THAT fucking crazy story. Wow. What do you all think? Fucking nuts, huh! The case remains unsolved, and if the things Brown uncovered are accurate, we will most likely never get to the bottom of this!    Movies:    Top ten drug horror movies, keeping with the drug theme    http://www.theblood-shed.com/top-10-drug-horror-movies/

Meet Cute
Sidewalk Confidential - Part 1

Meet Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 15:01


Meet Cute Presents: Sidewalk Confidential - Part 1, an audio rom-com where journalist Rachel convinces PI Liz to let her shadow her as part of an article on women-owned businesses. Will their partnership stay strictly business? Starring Jackie Cruz from “Orange Is The New Black."Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Delaney Britt Brewer. Produced and Directed by Suha Araj. Casting Director and Line Producer: Jenn Nielsen. Audio Producer: Sean Paulsen. Starring: Jackie Cruz, Penny O'Brien, Joseph Lymous, Desiree Rodriguez, Nicole Britton.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

Crime in Sports
#285 - A Royal Mess - The Regalness of Jerry "The King" Lawler

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 198:04


This week, we check out a legend, in his sport! He's been a fixture of the wrestling business for 50 years. He's well known, and a bit infamous, as well, for things that aren't exactly right. He has never had a drink of alcohol, or coffee, but has been indicted for sodomy of an underage girl. So, he's a bit of an enigma. He also was the owner & anchor of a wrestling territory, for decades, one of the main voices of the WWE, and an enthusiastic touch football player, twice a mayoral candidate, and has a seemingly very odd relationship with his current fiancé. There's a lot here to unpack!! Become the King of your city, be accused of unspeakable things, by very young girls, and tell your fiancé to kill herself with Jerry "The King" Lawler!! Check us out, every Tuesday! !We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!!  Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman  Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com  Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com  Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!!  Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurder

Crime, Wine & Chaos
Episode 64 - The Murder of Amber Belken & National Park Murders & Mysteries

Crime, Wine & Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 59:42


In this episode Amber covers the murder of Amber Belken. On January 29, 2007, Amber Belken was found murdered in the back of a game store where she worked as the manager. The store looked like it had been ransacked and that the crime had started as a robbery. This was one of the only stores in this franchise that didn't have cameras, and the morning routine of the store manager included taking all of the money out of the safe and going to the bank. Investigators believe that the suspect must be an employee or a former employee who was familiar with these details.  Amber was drinking a Pardina from Mocho Velho, very good just like the many other bottles she has drank of this.  heheAmber pulled her sources from:Dateline "Everything She knew"www.mysanantonio.com "Ex Fugitive Gets Life In Prison For Video Store Slaying"  April 20, 2010, Craig Kapitanwww.kotaku.com "Suspect Arrested In San Antonio EB  Murder"  August 7, 2008, Mike Faheywww.victoriaadvocate.com "Ex Co-Worker Gets Life Term In San Antonio Slaying"  April 21, 2010, www.kens5.com "Tearful Family, Friends Confront Woman's Killer"  April 20, 2010Then travel with Erika through some of the worlds most famous National Parks, but sadly not for good hiking tips or any outdoor adventure ideas. To be honest, these stories could make someone not want to go into the woods ever again. (That someone is Amber) So, listen in as she shares some crazy, tragic and mostly unsolved cases of murder and disappearances that have happened in some of the most acclaimed national parks within the United States.Erika was drinking a Banter Chardonnay - It was very delish.Erika pulled her sources from:www.grunge.com / National Park Mysteries That Will Keep You Up At Night / Sarah Crocker / June 14, 2021www.the-line-up.com / 5 National Parks Murders That Will Make You Think Twice About Camping /Carolyn Cox / August 26, 2021www.en.wikipedia.orgPhoto Credits:www.en.wikpedia.org / www.nationalparkstraveler.org / www.nbcnews.com / www.jango1.wordpress.com / www.coloradoan.com / www.2000milehike.com / www.appalachiantrailnoir.wordpress.com / www.youtube.com

Tennessee Underground
CHIEF BOBBY SELLERS JOINS "THE INVESTIGATOR" (1/1/22)

Tennessee Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 57:51


Join us as Milan Tennessee Police Chief Bobby Sellers and  Jim Leach discuss a wide variety of police issues. Cold Case Investigations and school violence are only two of the interesting topics covered in the conversation between these two career law enforcement officers. The host for this session is Jim Leach, and he is joined by his partner, Brad McCoy.  Mr. Leach has published books on homicide investigation titled "Murder's A Tough Business, The Pursuit Of True Evil", as well as school violence called, "Not In Our School,  Defeating School Violence". All of Jim Leach's works are available at Amazon.comTo see more of our work, visit Tennessee Underground, Facebook, and, our podcast platform  Buzzsprout.If you like our stuff, please share it with your friends!Can you think of other Facebook groups we might ask to join, please let us know by sending an email to "jleachtsg@msn.com"THANKS!Originally aired on January 1, 2022   

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags: Coroner Versus Medical Examiner

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 38:21


A body is found. Investigators are called, but who's going to show up? Will it be a coroner or a medical examiner? Today on Body Bags, former death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan answers the question: What's the difference? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 1: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 38:19


Part 1: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 2: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 39:21


Part 2: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 3: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 38:27


Part 3: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 4: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 40:46


Part 4: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 5: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 41:54


Part 5: ALARMING: Clinton Investigators John Moynihan & Larry Doyle Sit w/ Paine for their Second EXCLUSIVE Interview & Expose Fauci, Bill Gates, W.H.O. and the Global Protection Racket/Big Pharma Scamdemic. Shocking INTEL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SDPB News
Lawmakers order testimony from investigators in Ravnsborg impeachment inquiry | Dec. 30

SDPB News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 6:11


Each day, SDPB brings you statewide news coverage. We then compile those stories into a daily podcast.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Coroner Versus Medical Examiner

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 38:51


A body is found. Investigators are called, but who's going to show up? Will it be a coroner or a medical examiner? Today on Body Bags, former death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan answers the question: What's the difference? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Small Town Murder
#256 - The Sickest Desire - Cedar City, Utah

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 161:30


This week, in Cedar City, Utah, a neighbor's call to the police for a simple noise disturbance turns into something much scarier, when a mutilated, ravaged body is found, face down, in the living room. The scene is a bloody mess, and the carnage is like none there have ever seen. Just when you think it can't get any weirder, out of the house, comes a shirtless man, covered in blood, and screaming about Satan, and screaming towards the heavens that he wants to kill again! The whole thing somehow gets even wilder, when the case goes to court, and the possibility of death by firing squad is introduced!! Along the way, we find out that some history is best left in the past, that whether the person is alive, or dead, it's still sexual assault, and that it takes a lot to cut a head off!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Tennessee Underground
THE INVESTIGATOR WELCOMES FORMER FBI SPECIAL AGENT MARK POST

Tennessee Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 59:44


Jim Leach sits down with Mark Post to discuss a variety of cases including terrorism bombings in Africa, arresting an NFL star, and many other interesting investigations Mr. Post was involved in. Mark's long and distinguished career carried him from his military service to the FBI where he served all over the country, including Washington D.C.A candid and enjoyable session covering decades of law enforcement.Your host is Jim Leach, the author of "You Can Tell ME, Effective Interviewing Made Simple", available at Amazon.comThis episode originally aired on 12/29/2021

True Crime Recaps
The Catfishing Killer - Everything We Know About the Delphi Indiana Murders

True Crime Recaps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 37:19


Abigail Williams and Liberty German were walking along the Monon High Bridge Trail in Delphi, Indiana on February 13, 2017, Snapchatting along the way. A few of those videos captures what would potentially be their killer. On Valentine's Day, Abigail and Libery's bodies were found, with investigators concluding that this was no accident, the girls were murdered. There have been 5 years of clues and analysis, even a few people named as persons of interest, but no arrests have been made. That being said, recent developments may finally lead us to the true killer. Investigators say that Liberty "Libby" was talking to someone online under the name "anthony_shots", now identified as Kegan Anthony Kline. Kline used fake pictures and fake info to lure children into sending nudes and other graphic material. The worse part? Kline is currently not named as a suspect or person of interest. So what do you think, is Kline responsible, or is it another murderer who is still roaming free? Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/TRUE Send your true crime suggestions to hello@truecrimerecaps! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/TrueCrimeRecapsPodcast If you want to support the show, and get all the episodes ad-free go to https://truecrimerecaps.supercast.tech/ If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/TrueCrimeRecapsPodcast Follow TCR on YouTube here! Follow TCR on Instagram here! Follow TCR on Facebook here!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mile Higher Podcast
187: The Mysterious Murder Of Govt. Man Jack Wheeler

Mile Higher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 70:10


Jack Wheeler was a prominent Washington D.C. insider with an impressive career and a happy life. That's why his loved ones were shocked and devastated to learn that Jack's body had been found in a Delaware landfill on December 31st, 2010. Investigators are stumped by odd surveillance footage and a bizarre chain of events leading up to Jack's death. Support our Sponsors! Shopify http://shopify.com/milehigher | Third Love http://thirdlove.com/milehigher | Manscaped http://manscaped.com enter code: MILEHIGHER | Hello Fresh http://hellofresh.com/milehigher16 enter code: milehigher16 | Stamps http://stamps.com enter code: MILEHIGHER  Check out our other podcasts! The Sesh https://bit.ly/2ZOqx9O  Lights Out https://bit.ly/3n3Gaoe  Planet Sleep https://linktr.ee/planetsleep  Higher Love Wellness Co https://higherlovewellness.com/  Get 10% Off enter code: homies Higher Love Wellness IG: @higherlovewellnessco  Higher Love Wellness TW: @higherlovecbd MHP Merch: http://milehighermerch.com Join our official FB group! https://bit.ly/3kQbAxg  Join our Discord community, it's free! https://discord.gg/hZ356G9 MHP YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qaDWGf Are You Subscribed On Apple Podcast & Spotify?! Support MHP by leaving a rating or review on Apple Podcast :) https://apple.co/2H4kh58 MHP Topic Request Form: https://forms.gle/gUeTEzL9QEh4Hqz88  Merch designer application: https://forms.gle/ha2ErBnv1gK4rj2Y6  You can follow us on all the things: @milehigherpod Twitter: http://twitter.com/milehigherpod Instagram: http://instagram.com/milehigherpod  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/milehigherpodcast Hosts: Kendall: @kendallraeonyt IG: http://instagram.com/kendallraeonyt TW: https://twitter.com/kendallraeonyt YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/kendallsplace Josh: @milehigherjosh IG: http://instagram.com/milehigherjosh TW: https://twitter.com/milehigherjosh Producers: Janelle: @janelle_fields_ IG:https://www.instagram.com/janelle_fields_  TW: https://twitter.com/janelle_fields_ Joel: @milehigherjoel IG: https://www.instagram.com/milehigherjoel/ TW: https://twitter.com/milehigherjoel ✉ Send Us Mail & Fan Art ✉ Kendall Rae & Josh Thomas 8547 E Arapahoe Rd Ste J # 233 Greenwood Village, CO 80112 Music By: Mile Higher Boys YT: https://bit.ly/2Q7N5QO Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0F4ikp62qjdIV6PMO0SlaQ Sources: https://pastebin.com/kSufiTby  Welcome to the Mile Higher Podcast hosted by wife and husband duo Kendall Rae & Josh Thomas! Our show is focused on Crime & Conspiracies but we delve into many other topics including unexplained phenomena, metaphysics, futurism, ancient civilizations, and news stories the mainstream media doesn't cover. Our guests include experts in these topics as well as like-minded individuals who share our passion for uncovering the truth and exploring the mysteries of our universe. We never changed, we just woke up and so can you. Come chill with us every Monday and prepare to take your mind a mile higher!

CutOff Genes Podcast
CutOff Genes: Episode 502: You May Want To Edit This Out

CutOff Genes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 54:29


- A good news DNA connection with a sad beginning - Why Adoption is not always appropriate and why the truth needs to be told - Part 2 of my conversation with @miskapishka Michele East Subscribe, Rate and Review. Check out our new website www.cutoffgenes.com  

The Daily Crime
"Five hundred envelopes fell out of the wall"

The Daily Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 16:13


In December, a plumber called in to a Houston radio show saying he discovered $600,000 in cash and checks while doing repair work at Lakewood Church, a megachurch founded by Joel Osteen. Investigators now say the discovery is tied to a 2014 theft. KHOU 11 Reporter Ugochi Iloka shares the story.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1318: Tesla Under New Investigation For Video Game Distraction | 23 Dec 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 23:16


Show #1318 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Thursday 23rd December. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. MERCEDES-AMG EQS 53 HAS GONE ON SALE FROM £154,995 - The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 has gone on sale in the UK ahead of deliveries starting in 2022.The first electric saloon to come from Mercedes' performance division costs from £154,995 with a choice of two models available – Night Edition and Touring. - In both models the EQS has a twin-motor powertrain that makes 649bhp and 950Nm of torque as well as providing all-wheel drive. The 0-60mph sprint takes 3.6 seconds and the top speed is 137mph, while the 107.8kWh battery promises up to 358 miles between charges. - An optional Performance Package is available for the Night Edition, which decreases the 0-60mph time to 3.2 seconds and increases the top speed to 155mph. - The Night Edition has more sporty-focused detailing on the outside, plus 21-inch alloy wheels, a flat-bottomed sports steering wheel, and sports pedals. At £8,995, the optional Performance Package increases performance as well as adding a ceramic composite braking system and carbon-fibre trim. - The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 is on sale now with UK deliveries scheduled to begin in April 2022. Original Source : https://uk.news.yahoo.com/mercedes-amg-eqs-53-gone-154424241.html BATTERY UPDATE FOR '20-'22 CHEVY BOLT EV, BOLT EUV AVAILABLE - All Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV customers who have not yet received a new battery pack module can now update the onboard software to lift related parking and charging restrictions. - the new software limits Chevy Bolt EV and EUV models to a maximum of 80-percent battery charge, and enables customers to charge their vehicle indoors overnight, use the vehicle with less than 70 miles of range, and park inside after charging. - The new software was previously available for 2017 through 2019 Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV models. Now, the software has expanded availability for 2020-through-2022 model-year vehicles. Customers are encouraged to reach out to their local Chevrolet dealer for more information on acquiring the software update. Original Source : https://gmauthority.com/blog/2021/12/battery-update-for-2020-to-2022-chevy-bolt-ev-bolt-euv-now-available/ PEUGEOT 208 AND E-208 UPDATED FOR 2022 - Peugeot has detailed another batch of updates for the 2022 model year of its 208 and e-208 superminis, following on from last month's announcement of range-boosting tweaks for the EV version. - The mild revisions come after an update to the e-208 electric supermini which is claimed to unlock as much as 15 miles of extra range. The inclusion of an interior humidity sensor and a more efficient heat pump helps cool and heat the cabin more efficiently, while a new gearbox ratio optimises range at higher speeds. Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/peugeot/208/356961/peugeot-208-and-e-208-updated-2022 TESLA HAS SUBMITTED FINAL DOCUMENTS FOR GIGAFACTORY BERLIN PRODUCTION APPROVAL - Tesla and others have now submitted all documents needed for the environmental approval that would allow Gigafactory Berlin to start production. - Now the government has confirmed that the documents have all been submitted (via Reuters): Tesla and relevant authorities submitted all the documents necessary for the approval process for its planned battery factory near Berlin, the environment ministry of the German state of Brandenburg said on Wednesday. - Brandenburg Premier Dietmar Woidke has recently said that a decision for approval might instead come in early 2022. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2021/12/22/tesla-submitted-final-documents-gigafactory-berlin-production-approval/ TESLA IS UNDER INVESTIGATION OVER THE POTENTIAL FOR DRIVERS TO PLAY VIDEO GAMES - The U.S. has opened a formal investigation into the potential for Tesla drivers to play video games on a center touch screen while the vehicle is in motion. - In a document posted Wednesday on its website, the agency says the feature, called "Passenger Play," may distract the driver and increase the risk of a crash. - The probe, which covers all four Tesla models, the S, X, Y and 3, was opened "to evaluate the driver distraction potential of Tesla 'Passenger Play' while the vehicle is being driven." Investigators "will evaluate aspects of the feature, including the frequency and use scenarios of Tesla "Passenger Play."' - The probe by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration covers about 580,000 electric cars and SUVs from model years 2017 through 2022. - Tesla owner Vince Patton, who lives near Portland, Oregon, filed the complaint with the agency last month. In August, he was watching a YouTube video of a Tesla owner who discovered that he could now play a video game on his touch-screen while the vehicle is moving. - Patton, who loves his car and says he has nothing against Tesla, worries that drivers will play games and become dangerously distracted. - "NHTSA needs to prohibit all live video in the front seat and all live interactive web browsing while the car is in motion," Patton wrote in his complaint. "Creating a dangerous distraction for the driver is recklessly negligent." - NHTSA already is investigating why Tesla's "Autopilot" partially automated driving system keeps crashing into stopped emergency vehicles, and it has inquired about why Tesla didn't file recall documents when it did an over-the-air internet update in an effort to address the safety problem. Original Source : https://www.npr.org/2021/12/22/1066710272/tesla-video-games-investigation?t=1640190012138 TESLA MODEL 3 MOST EXPENSIVE VEHICLE IN U.S. TO INSURE - A new study by QuoteWizard, an insurance price comparison website, reveals the most expensive “popular” vehicles to insure are also EVs: the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y respectively. - The Model 3, which starts in the low $40K range, costs an average of $2,830 a year for full coverage. The Model Y isn't far behind at $2,658. - The average vehicle costs $1,255 to insure annually in the U.S., but several things factor into how much the end price is, including the age the vehicle, what you paid for it, engine size and what make and model it is. - The “study's” parameters are: ” from a leading insurance company for a 30-year-old male living in Seattle with a clean driving record. This sample driver has 50/100/50 coverage with $500 deductibles for both collision and comprehensive coverage.” Original Source : https://www.thedetroitbureau.com/2021/12/tesla-model-3-most-expensive-vehicle-in-u-s-to-insure/ CATL LAUNCHES CELL PRODUCTION IN NEW 60 GWH FACTORY - The Chinese battery cell manufacturer CATL has started production at its largest plant to date in Fuding near Ningde in Fujian province, which is to offer an annual capacity of 120 GWh when completed. The first phase, which has now started, is said to have a capacity of 60 GWh per year. - The Fuding plant is CATL's largest single project to date. To illustrate the scale: This battery factory alone has a planned capacity almost equal to the total installed capacity of all battery cell manufacturers in China in the first eleven months of 2021 – which was 128.3 GWh. According to current battery prices, 120 GWh would have a production value of over 100 billion yuan, or just under 14 billion euros. - The company – like virtually all cell manufacturers – is on a huge expansion course. According to figures from the China Automotive Battery Innovation Alliance (CABIA), CATL had an installed production capacity of 11.45 GWh in China in November, giving it a market share of 55 per cent. However, the company has already announced its own plants and production facilities of joint ventures with carmakers, which add up to 600 GWh. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/12/22/catl-launches-cell-production-in-new-60-gwh-factory CHINA'S GOTION INKS EV BATTERY SUPPLY DEAL WITH UNNAMED US AUTOMAKER - Gotion will secure the number of batteries required by the customer, which expects to purchase no less than 200 GWh in total, from 2023-2028. - Gotion High-Tech has signed a supply and localization agreement with a major publicly traded US auto company to supply the latter with lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries, the Chinese power battery giant said. - But from the details of the announcement, there's a good chance the carmaker is Tesla. - Gotion will export LFP batteries to the customer based on its demand through its battery production base in the Chinese mainland, the announcement said. - These LFP battery products will be used in the customer's electric vehicle and other applications in the US and global markets, Original Source : https://cnevpost.com/2021/12/20/chinas-gotion-inks-ev-battery-supply-deal-with-unnamed-us-automaker/ NORTHVOLT GOES ALL OUT TO MEET 2021 LAUNCH GOAL Original Source : https://www.autoblog.com/2021/12/18/northvolt-launch/ CAR DETAILING EXPERT EXAMINES THE RIVIAN R1T'S BUILD QUALITY Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/556303/rivian-r1t-build-quality-analyzed/ MOTORIST CAUGHT KEYING £50,000 TESLA Original Source : https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10336189/Motorist-caught-keying-50-000-Tesla-cars-cameras-prosecution-kind-UK.html FDS EXTENDS RECORD ELECTRIC TRUCK ORDER - JUST AUTO Original Source : https://www.just-auto.com/news/dfds-extends-record-electric-truck-order/ GREAT WALL TO LAUNCH BUDGET ORA CAT ELECTRIC HATCH IN AUSTRALIA  Original Source : https://thedriven.io/2021/12/22/great-wall-to-launch-budget-ora-cat-electric-hatch-in-australia/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns in 2022.  Email me a suggestion for a possible question and I might pick yours!  hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/

True Crime Brewery
In the House of the Holy

True Crime Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 87:16


On the day she died, Patricia Blakely Kimble was both in love with and afraid of her husband Ted.  After years of loving him and hoping for his love in return, the two were married in the spring of 1994. Ted's father, a Baptist pastor, officiated.  It was the happiest day of Patricia's life, but for Ted the marriage was only a necessary step to further his career.  His boss had told him that he could take over his business once he found a wife and settled down.Just over a year into the Kimble marriage, Ted had already checked out.  He wasn't affectionate and he began purchasing life insurance on Patricia without her consent.  Deeply religious, Patricia was torn between her devotion to her wedding vows and the concerns she had for her safety.Join us at the quiet end for In the House of the Holy. Two days after his wife perished in a house fire, Ted tried to collect on her life insurance.  When he was turned away because Patricia had never taken the required medical exam, he was enraged.  The police took note of this, as they were already looking at him as a suspect in Patricia's death.  But Ted had an ironclad alibi.  Was he innocent or could Ted have had a co-conspirator? Investigators believed the latter, leading them to look more closely at Ted's relationship with his younger brother Ronnie Kimble.

The Vanished Podcast
Case Update: Johnthan Hall

The Vanished Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 93:21


We first brought you the story of Johnthan Hall just over two years ago in December 2019. On Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 30-year-old Johnthan Hall went to work with his dad. The two worked together at a maintenance job in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the end of the day, his father dropped him off at home. Johnthan then left for his second job at a local billiards club not too far away. Johnthan was seen at the club that night around 7:30 PM. No one knows precisely when Johnthan left or where he may have gone. Missing along with Johnthan were the items he always carried with him in his backpack.Frustratingly, Johnthan is still missing today, but there has been one major turn of events that reignited John's case. In October of 2020, someone very close to John was arrested by Las Vegas police and accused of stabbing three people. Two of those victims died, and one survived. This was a person that some of John's family members had suspicions about in the original episode, but they were under the impression that he had been ruled out. Investigators told John's family in 2019 that they didn't think this person was capable of murder. But now, they aren't sure what to think. If you have any information about the disappearance of Johnthan Hall, please call the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department at 702-828-3111.This episode was sponsored by:StoryWorth- Go to StoryWorth.com/VANISHED for $10 off your first purchase.Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form: http://www.thevanishedpodcast.com/case-submission/.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Black Box Down
Airplane Has Counterfeit Parts / Bad Vibrations on Partnair Flight 394

Black Box Down

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 54:47


A Convair CV-580 is flying between Norway and Denmark when it disappears from radar. Partnair Flight 394 is cruising over water when all contact is lost. Investigators find several strange things concerning the planes black boxes and are confused about what they are seeing. Eventually they discover something sinister about some of the parts that were installed on the aircraft. What discoveries were made about this flight? Find out on this episode of Black Box Down.  Sponsored by The Jordan Harbinger Show (http://jordanharbinger.com/start) ExpressVPN (http://expressvpn.com/blackboxdown) and SoloStove (http://solostove.com and use code BLACKBOXDOWN) Find us on social media and buy our merch here! https://linktr.ee/BlackBoxDownPod Black Box Down Crash Simulator: https://roosterteeth.com/watch/black-box-down-1 Tales From The Stinky Dragon: https://link.chtbl.com/stinkydragon

Small Town Murder
#254 - Serial Killer Happy Meal - Plymouth, New Hampshire

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 163:35


This week, in Plymouth, New Hampshire, a sleepy, little college town is sent into shock when a woman is found, horribly killed, in her own bedroom. The case then goes cold, while the killer matures, and hones his technique with more murder, and ending up a full blown serial killer. But when investigators finally think they have the whole thing cracked, they wonder if they even have the right person. In the end, multiple terrible murders do end up fixing a certain state's emergency response system! Otherwise, it's just a mess!! Along the way, we find out that New Hampshire takes the fall season very seriously, that even serial killer's switch up their methods, and that there may just be more than one terrible person, lurking around a corner!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Small Town Murder
#253 - Bloodthirsty Murder & Stupid People - Daugherty Township, Pennsylvania

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 164:34


This week, in Daugherty Township, Pennsylvania, the shot, battered & strangled body of a woman is discovered, and one of the most unlikely & crazy tales of murder unfolds from there. The craziest part is that the whole plot only becomes clear after a second body is recovered, and it turns out to be someone who was supposed to kill the first body. A twisted, brutal, and disturbing mess, from start to finish. How many times does it take to kill an unsuspecting person? An awful lot, apparently!  Along the way, we find out that charity events make bad comedy gigs, that you shouldn't try to get everyone you know to kill your wife, and that murder is apparently harder than it seems!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Crime in Sports
#282 - Thy Brother's Robber - The Unsuspectingness of Michael Carbajal

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 171:09


This week, we look at a hero of his neighborhood, who wouldn't even move away after he was making millions of dollars, an Olympic medal, and worldwide fame. From a tough place, he wanted to be a champion, from an early age, and he achieved it, along with his brother, who trained him. A dream come true... Until the bottom fell out. Some legal issues began to take the shine off of this hero, but that's nothing compared to what his brother did to him. This story has it all, a rags to riches tale, with crime, death, and family drama! Dream of becoming a champion & accomplish that, pretend to be asleep while someone is murdered in your front yard, and get royally screwed over by your own brother with Michael "Little Hands of Stone" Carbajal!! Check us out, every Tuesday! !We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!!  Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman  Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com  Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com  Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!!  Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurder

Small Town Murder
#252 - A Skull In The Wood Stove - Blackfoot, Idaho

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 163:15


This week, in Blackfoot, Idaho, when a man, with a history of making up tall tales, walks into the local police station to report a murder, everyone is skeptical. Especially, when they hear the fantastical sounding details of brain matter all over the walls, body parts cut off, and a skull with "bones and stuff", in the living room wood stove. When a couple of cops are sent out to investigate, they find out that not only was that man telling there truth, but he didn't even say exactly how bad it actually was! From there, a twisted story emerges, leaving everyone in disbelief!! Along the way, we find out that people in Idaho really do have a lot to do with potatoes, that sometimes, even a liar can be telling the truth, and that you shouldn't ask everyone that you've ever met, to help you dispose of a body! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts