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Imagine being wrongfully convicted for a crime you didn't commit, or imagine your child's killer is still on the loose even though there's enough evidence for an arrest. I want to help shine light on the injustices of our judicial system. I delve into court documents, attend trials, and interview those close to the case to help me tell their stories.
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In January 2010, 34-year-old Nikki Whitehead was found murdered in her home in Conyers, Georgia. Her 16-year-old twin daughters told police they had found their mother deceased in her bathtub when they returned home from school. The months-long investigation revealed numerous suspects and uncovered details of a home life that wasn’t what it seemed. This episode was researched and written by Kathleen McWilliams.Sponsors in this episode:- Best Fiends - Best Fiends is a 5-star rated mobile puzzle game on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Download it now for FREE.- Smithsonian Channel Plus - A new streaming service that presents history, mystery, science and pop culture in a whole new light. Visit GetSCplus.com/CourtJunkie to get 50% off your first three months. - Spike’s Car Radio - Subscribe to Spike’s Car Radio and get new episodes every week on Apple Podcasts and PodcastOne. - Stamps.com - Get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in COURT.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.NOTE: Court Junkie will be on a break for the holidays. The last episode of the season will be on December 9, 2019. The returning episode will be on January 6, 2020.
In July 2014, FSU law professor Dan Markel was shot and killed in the driveway of his home in Tallahassee, Florida. Investigators immediately suspected that the family of Dan’s ex-wife, Wendi Adelson, was behind the murder, but would they be able to prove it? After two years of investigation, three arrests were made in the case - Luis Rivera, Sigfredo Garcia, and Katherine Magbanua. The Prosecution’s theory is that the Adelson family hired Katherine, who was dating Wendi’s brother Charlie, to orchestrate the murder. Katherine then enlisted the help of the father of her children, Sigfredo, and his friend Luis. In September 2019, Sigfredo and Katherine went to trial for the murder, with Luis Rivera was the star witness against them. Would prosecutors be able to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt, or would the defenses of Sigfredo and Katherine prove that they were being railroaded? Sponsors in this episode:- Stamps.com - Get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in COURT.- Policygenius - Policygenius is the easy way to shop for life insurance online. Go to policygenius.com, get quotes, and apply in minutes.- Showmance - Subscribe to Showmance on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In July 2014, FSU law professor Dan Markel was shot and killed in the driveway of his home in Tallahassee, Florida. Investigators immediately suspected that the family of Dan’s ex-wife, Wendi Adelson, was behind the murder, but would they be able to prove it? After two years of investigation, three arrests were made in the case - Luis Rivera, Sigfredo Garcia, and Katherine Magbanua. The Prosecution’s theory is that the Adelson family hired Katherine, who was dating Wendi’s brother Charlie, to orchestrate the murder. Katherine then enlisted the help of the father of her children, Sigfredo, and his friend Luis. In September 2019, Sigfredo and Katherine went to trial for the murder, with Luis Rivera was the star witness against them. Would prosecutors be able to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt, or would the defenses of Sigfredo and Katherine prove that they were being railroaded? Sponsors in this episode:- Care/of - For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter JUNKIE50.- Jordan Harbinger Podcast - Subscribe and get new episodes every week on Apple Podcasts and PodcastOne.- Simple Contacts - Get $20 off your contacts at SimpleContacts.com/Junkie20 or enter code JUNKIE20 at checkout.- The RealReal.com - Consign with the RealReal today and earn up to 85% commission plus site credit.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In August 2018, police officers in Blount County, Tennessee, responded to a call from 24-year-old Sean Foley. Sean told the dispatchers that he had shot and killed a man, but said he did it because the man had been molesting his girlfriend. Sean was arrested and charged with murder, but would the details that would come out in court make the jury sympathetic to what Sean did?This episode was researched and written by Jennifer Tintner, from the Law & Crime Network. Follow Jennifer on Twitter @JenniferTintner.Sponsors in this episode:- Best Fiends - Best Fiends is a 5-star rated mobile puzzle game on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Download it now for FREE.- Smithsonian Channel Plus - A new streaming service that presents history, mystery, science and pop culture in a whole new light. Visit GetSCplus.com/CourtJunkie to get 50% off your first three months. - Stamps.com - Get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in COURT.- The Real Real - Shop from designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Rolex, Cartier and hundreds more, at up to 90% off retail. Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In May 2008, there was a strange scene along the Catawba River in Gaston County, North Carolina - a 20-year-old college student was found dead beside her car. Two local fishermen were arrested, and one of them was convicted of murder. Years later, that conviction was overturned due to, in part, ineffective assistance of counsel. Today’s episode looks at the evidence presented at trial, the overturned conviction, and what will happen next in this case. Special thanks to Mark’s attorney, Chris Mumma, from the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, for talking to us about her work on Mark’s case. This episode was researched and written by Jordan Hensley, with the interview by Jillian Jalali.Sponsors in this episode:- AUTOPSY - The hit Reelz Channel show “Autopsy” is coming to PodcastOne with all new episodes. Download new episodes every week on Apple Podcasts and PodcastOne. - The Real Real - Shop from designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Rolex, Cartier and hundreds more, at up to 90% off retail. Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In November 2008, 22-year-old Lateisha Green was shot and killed outside of a house party in Syracuse, New York. The suspect was tried for murder in what was New York’s first hate crime prosecution involving the death of a transgender person. Would justice be served for Lateisha? Sponsors in this episode: - Autopsy - The hit Reelz Channel show “Autopsy” is coming to PodcastOne with all new episodes. Download new episodes every week on Apple Podcasts and PodcastOne. - Forevernote makes it easy for families to preserve their most precious memories, traditions, and stories. Visit Forevernote.com and enter promo code COURT for a special offer ($25 OFF) and to get started today. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.This episode was co-written by Charlie Worroll.
In April 2008, authorities in Santa Monica, California arrested a man for breaking into a woman’s home and brutally attacking her with a knife. She survived, but they were they shocked to find that she wasn’t his first victim. Not even close. Sponsors in this episode:- Best Fiends - Best Fiends is a 5-star rated mobile puzzle game on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Download it now for free.- Forevernote - Forevernote makes it easy for families to preserve their most precious memories, traditions, and stories. Visit Forevernote.com and enter promo code COURT for a special offer ($25 OFF) and to get started today. - Stamps.com - Get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale, without any long term commitment. Go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the top of the homepage and type COURT. - The Real Real - Shop from designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Rolex, Cartier and hundreds more, at up to 90% off retail. Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.This episode was researched and written by Jennifer Tintner. Follow her on Twitter @JenniferTintner.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
It was a trial that caught the attention of people all over the country. How and why did Amber Guyger, an off-duty police officer, walk into the wrong apartment and shoot and kill an innocent man?Sponsors in this episode:- NetSuite - Download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits” at NetSuite.Com/COURT.- Policygenius - Policygenius is the easy way to shop for life insurance online. Go to PolicyGenius.com, get quotes, and apply in minutes.- The Real Real - Shop from designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Rolex, Cartier and hundreds more, at up to 90% off retail. Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.- Forevernote - Forevernote makes it easy for families to preserve their most precious memories, traditions, and stories. Visit Forevernote.com and enter promo code COURT for a special offer ($25 OFF) and to get started today. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
Ep 87: The Ominous Warning

Ep 87: The Ominous Warning

2019-10-0701:20:2110

In January 2006, a 33-year-old mother of three was found dead in her home after being involved in a contentious custody battle with the father of her young son. That father seems to have an airtight alibi, but one of his friends doesn’t. Will justice be served in this case and will Melissa’s killer be convicted?This episode was researched and written by Jennifer Tintner. Follow her on Twitter @JenniferTintner.Sponsors in this episode:- Best Fiends - Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters too! Best Fiends is a 5-star rated mobile puzzle game on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Download it now for FREE. - NetSuite - Download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits” at NetSuite.Com/COURT.- The Real Real - Shop from designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Rolex, Cartier and hundreds more, at up to 90% off retail. Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.- The Mysterious Mr. Epstein Podcast - When Jeffrey Epstein died in his jail cell this summer, he left behind a trail of crime and corruption. But who he was, how he made his money, and how he got away with so many crimes remained a mystery. Subscribe to The Mysterious Mr. Epstein on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you’re listening now. Check out the preview: https://www.dropbox.com/s/os9w8if96cqi4yu/MME_%20Ep%20Drop%20_092519.wav?dl=0.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
29-year-old Rob McKernan and his wife, 26-year-old Colleen McKernan, spent New Years Eve together in 2014. But by the end of the night, Colleen would call 911, telling the dispatcher that she had just killed her husband. Prosecutors say she killed him in a fit of drunken anger, but her attorneys claim it was self-defense after being in an abusive relationship for years. This case doesn’t come down to what the jury thinks, but whether the justice system worked.This episode was researched and written by Kathleen McWilliams. Sponsors in this episode:- Stamps.com: Get a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale without any long-term commitment. Go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the top of the homepage and type in COURT. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
Timothy Jones Jr. was a father of five children, and in August 2014, he had primary custody of them. By early September, both Tim and the kids would disappear - from their mom, their school, and their neighbors. NOTE: This episode DOES involve crimes committed against children, and although I will never glorify any of it, or focus on unnecessary details, listener discretion is advised. This episode was researched and written by Jennifer Tintner, from The Law & Crime Network. Follow her on Twitter @JenniferTintner.Sponsors in this episode:- NetSuite: Go to NetSuite.com/COURT to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow Your Profits.”- The Lead Podcast: Subscribe to the new daily sports podcast from Wondery and The Athletic. From the story of how a terrible call in last year’s NFL playoffs made the entire city of New Orleans lose their minds, to in-depth interviews on mental health in sports, The Lead is your daily lens into the biggest stories of the day, told by the people who write them. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In March 2018, police officers in Oskaloosa, Iowa, responded to a call of a fight in progress. When they arrived, 24-year-old Luke Van Hemert explained that he and his friend had gotten into a physical confrontation with three college basketball players, after a minor traffic accident. He made it seem like no big deal, but investigators would soon learn that one of the basketball players had been stabbed to death. At trial, the suspect claimed self-defense, but what would the evidence say?Sponsors in this episode:- NetSuite: Go to NetSuite.com/COURT to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow Your Profits.”- Policygenius: If you need life insurance but you just haven’t gotten around to it, September is National Life Insurance Awareness Month. It’s as good a time as any to get started. Visit Policygenius.com, get quotes, and apply in minutes.- Care/of: Care/of is a subscription service that delivers vitamins and supplements customized for your specific health needs. For 25% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter promo code JUNKIE.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
In June 2015, 46-year-old Jason Carter called 911 to report that he had just found his mother deceased on the floor in her home. She had been shot twice. But investigators, along with Jason’s own family, quickly focused on him as the killer. Would a jury agree?This episode was researched and written by Jennifer Tintner. Follow her on Twitter @jennifertintner. Sponsors in this episode:- Policygenius - the easy way to shop for life insurance online. Go to PolicyGenius.com and find out how to supplement your workplace life insurance and better protect your family. - Stamps.com: Get a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale without any long-term commitment. Go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the top of the homepage and type in COURT. Check out They Walk Among Us, one of the most popular true crime podcasts covering criminal cases in the UK. Available on Apple Podcasts and where you listen to podcasts.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
On March 23, 2016, a police officer in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, came across a horrifying scene while doing a routine patrol - a woman who was badly beaten and shot, by her own husband. The husband was charged with attempted murder and other charges related to the assault, but at his trial, he claimed he wasn’t trying to murder her at all. Would justice be served?Sponsors in this episode:- NetSuite: Go to NetSuite.com/Court to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow Your Profits.”- Stamps.com: Get a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale without any long-term commitment. Go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the top of the homepage and type in COURT. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
Ep 81: A Son’s Denial

Ep 81: A Son’s Denial

2019-08-2600:51:367

In March 2018, James Scandirito Jr. was charged with the murder of his father. But did he really do it?This episode was written by Jennifer Tintner, a writer and producer from Law & Crime. Sponsors in this episode:- Today in True Crime is Parcast’s first daily true-crime podcast. With new episodes each day, you’ll never run out of true crime content again. Follow Today in True Crime for free on Spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts.- Netsuite: Download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits” at Netsuite.com/COURT. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
On November 11, 1985, 43-year-old Guillermo Rodrigues was shot and killed in a restaurant parking lot in Brockton, Massachusetts. Police quickly zeroed in on 18-year-old Darrell Jones, who was adamant that he was innocent. In 1986, Darrell was convicted of murder and would spend the next 32 years in prison. In 2016, his conviction was vacated and he was released, but his nightmare was far from over when prosecutors decided to retry him.In this episode, I speak with Lisa Kavanaugh, Darrell’s attorney with the Massachusetts Innocence Project.Sponsors in this episode:Policygenius - Policygenius is the easy way to shop for life insurance online. In minutes, you can compare quotes from top insurers to find the right amount of coverage at the best possible price. True & Co. - Try the original True Body bra from True & Co. today with free and easy returns. Save 15% now when you go to Trueandco.com/junkie and enter the code: JUNKIE.Simple Contacts - Get $20 off your contacts at simplecontacts.com/junkie20 or enter code JUNKIE20 at checkout.Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
On June 7 2011, Amber Hilberling and her husband Josh got into an argument. Just minutes later, Josh fell out of their high-rise window, 17 stories to his death. Amber admitted to pushing him, but was it murder? Thanks to Caitlin Alexander, a local reporter for KTUL at the time, for speaking with me about this case. Follow Caitlin on Twitter @caitlinnews.Sponsors in this episode:- True and Co - Try the original True Body bra from Trueandco today with Free and Easy Returns. Save 15% now when you go to Trueandco.com/junkie and enter the code Junkie.- Stamps.com - Sign up for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale without any long term commitment by going to Stamps.com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in COURT. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
On April 14, 2015, two groups of men got into a physical confrontation at the St. Croix River at Interstate Park in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin. By the time first responders arrived, one man was dead.    In today's episode, I speak with Eric Nelson, from the Halberg Criminal Defense Firm, about the trial that followed, in which he represented the defendant. Would the jury convict his client, or would they believe the claims of self-defense?   Sponsors in this episode: True and Co - Try the original True Body bra from True&Co. today with Free and Easy Returns. Save 15% now when you go to Trueandco.com/junkie and enter the code junkie. Pet Releaf - Pet Releaf makes all-natural, USDA Certified Organic CBD products for pets, using full spectrum CBD hemp oil that is grown and extracted in Colorado. With a wide variety of products, they have something to assist a range of ailments such as hip and joint pain, inflammation, situational anxiety and more. Go to petreleaf.com and enter the promo code JUNKIE to get 10% off your order. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes.Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie.
On the night of December 7, 2012, residents in rural Alvin, Texas heard the metal-on-metal sound of a car wreck. Then, about 5 minutes later, they heard a single gunshot.    When officers arrived on the scene, they would find the remnants of a car accident, as well as a murder. Were the two related?   This episode was researched and written by Charlie Worroll.    Monthly Court Junkie Bonus Episodes are now available on Patreon! Just go to CourtJunkie.com/Support and choose the $6 or $10/month tier.
In August 2014, investigators in Blackstone, Massachusetts, responded to a home on a quiet residential street. Inside the home, they found two children who had been neglected and a house that was in squalor.  Days later, they would return with a search warrant, and what they would find was horrifying.  Sponsors in this episode: -  PROcure, maker of RosaCare cream. Try RosaCare today, and get a $3 discount on Amazon. Go to procureheals.com/JUNKIE and use the code 3JUNKIE. - Pet Releaf - Head to petreleaf.com and enter the promo code JUNKIE to get 10% off your order. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes. Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod
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Jurgen darwin

Considering the parents would regularly lock her up, or put her in the corner, and the mother mentioned that she was "worried" that she might kill her. Erica, never wanted to go to Nan's. I 100% think that 'nan's' was a place and not a person at all. I think she was locked in the dark somewhere, somewhere small. That poor girl has died in the dark somewhere.

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Dean Worrall

what was the motive??

Dec 4th
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Vicki Hill Geske

it sounds like he was railroaded by that officer!

Nov 29th
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Liesl Manone

Not shedding any tears over Jimmy. Dawn let that man do what he did to her own child. Miranda is totally messed up from the years of abuse. Good riddance to Jimmy.

Nov 24th
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Heidi Mae Stoa Price

congrats Jillian

Nov 24th
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Donna Keep

There is a lot of missing & incorrect information in this podcast. I know this case well unfortunately & there is information that was missed that is extremely important to telling the story of this case.

Nov 20th
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Suzy

this was a really sad case , I really believe he was depressed it was a mental health case

Nov 18th
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Suzy

I wonder what the joke was ?

Nov 17th
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lil john

That guy was guilty..

Nov 17th
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Kathy Johnson

Saw the whole trial.

Nov 12th
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Mackensie Ruby Archibald

Me this entire podcast: WHAT THE F DIANE?!?

Nov 10th
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Emma Pearce

How interesting that she's been prosecuted, how many white male police officers shoot innocent black men and get off scot free

Nov 4th
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Kathy Costelloe

2:15

Oct 29th
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Stephanie Horn

if she thought it was her apartment - why did she need to go outside the apartment and check the number?

Oct 28th
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Lacey

I cannot comprehend how people could treat a child like that

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aprilmaejune

His defense attorney is like Winnie the Pooh of the court room 🙄

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Marzella Brown

WHY would you go in? Shouldn't you call for back up in case something goes down?

Oct 15th
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Kathy Johnson

Watched the trial!

Oct 14th
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Jen Barts

This woman needs to be locked up for life! I understand where the judge is coming from but seriously!! She killed those children due to negligence. She is mentally I'll but not how the portrayed her. This case seriously pissed me off! The social services should have done more with all the evidence they had from physical and teachers information! This woman makes me sick!

Oct 9th
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Marzella Brown

what does her being well taken care of have to do with it? the fact is she was stolen.

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