Author: Casefile True Crime
Stop sounding so fucking pompous Peter, this is true crime podcast and, to most people, arguably the best series too. This particular case is very notorious within true crime circles and most true crime fans discuss cases from a variety of different aspects such as the punishment, investigation, upbringing of the criminal etc however one aspect rarely discussed is detailed talk of wounds. So if you are not a true crime fan then please find something more suitable to your tastes but do not judge others when you obviously have no idea what you are talking about and just make yourself look incredibly stupid.
The AMF do wonderful work. When my foster daughter arrived with just the clothes on her back and a plastic bag of clothes and bottles hastily bought by a social worker they provided a backpack with a toy, her own pillow case, toiletries and a photo album. such a little thing, but so important
The work you people do is... Amazing. Truly amazing. I can't even imagine how much work goes into each case. Especially the longer ones. Thank you. Please don't ever stop.
great podcast! very brutal indeed. it's amazing how naive these guys are thinking that their parents can get them out of any bad situation. cant wait for the next one!
if anyone is curious about these scumbags, just read up on the wikipedia. Trust me, please don't watch the video! It can really mess you up...
Frostta How do you know this information?
Frostta Also ive read on a few messages boards, that these guy's are getting completely wrecked in prison. Victor and Igor have to live the remainder of there sentence in solitary confinement, so other prisoners can't rape and attack them. also apparently Igor is paralyzed and both have had there gentiles mutilated. Alexander Hanzha was released this past Feburary. (He was the guy who was only involved with the robberies, He had no involvement in the murders.)
Pure prurience. Despicable to post this.
Brittany Perhaps you would like to watch snuff movies, of the torture, rape and murder of infants? Somebody has to-- e.g. police, prosecutors. They perform a moral function in doing so. Whereas, if you did it-- citing your infotainment needs-- you would be serving no moral purpose, and would be debasing yourself by a prurient act.
Adam Gelatt we can't know things because it's bad, apparently. 😂
Basically don't smile at random people, okay?
This episode is so fricking intense. This one hooked me.
still can't receive Casefile
hopeless call taker. hopeless.
can't get Casefile help. Other podcasts ok. says check internet connection
I've listened to every one of your podcasts, and I find these cases so intriguing that I have started to listen to some a second time. In particular the EAR/ONS case which I'm also following in the media.
Keep up the great work, this is truly a high quality and gripping podcast.
can't receive Casefile. other podcasts ok
thank you for bringing this story to light. And the THREAD program. I hope it reaches the U.S.
jrad949 I checked the app store and Google play, on both it say the app is not compatible in the USA. Is there an app that is similar?
TammySue Davis Yes it made it to the USA
The Silk Road episodes are absolute crackers!
they mentioned Cary did they ever find anything out about his case?
This episode was soo good. I wonder why it hasn't received as many likes as many of the other ones :/
im a truck driver and listin to a.cuple of these a day. they are awsome well done . would love to hear a david baine one