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Criminal Conduct is an investigative true-crime podcast series hosted by John Taylor and Javier Leiva. In season 1, the hosts look into the death of Michelle O'Connell, picking up the investigation where the murdered sleuth, Eli Washtock, left off.

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Who killed Eli Washtock? Why would anyone want him dead? We narrow down the list of suspects.  Also, we reveal never-before-seen forensic evidence commissioned by Eli Washtock on the Michelle O’Connell case. The report implies that portions of the blood evidence are not consistent with Jeremy Banks' story of what transpired. There was blood where it shouldn't be and also no blood where there should have been blood.  Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eli Washtock spent his final days looking into the death of Michelle O’Connell. Who was Eli, and what else was going on in his life? Those close to Eli provide more information regarding the hours and minutes leading up to his murder. We also find out what Eli Washtock was referring to when he told Patty O’Connell that he had bombshell evidence pertaining to her daughter’s case.  Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1 E9: Exhumed

S1 E9: Exhumed

2020-05-2530:375

Michelle O'Connell gets exhumed Michelle O’Connell’s body gets exhumed and an independent autopsy rules the manner of death: ‘homicide.’ Despite all this contradictory evidence, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office still considers Michelle’s case a suicide. We look into evidence the authorities have chosen to ignore. New forensic evidence Also, we look at new evidence that is a result of Eli Washtock’s financed investigation. We reveal the never before seen evidence. Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Molly Brock for post-production support Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today’s promo is for the podcast Mensrea Podcast hosted by Sinead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1 E8: A New Sheriff

S1 E8: A New Sheriff

2020-05-1835:562

A new investigation into Michelle O’Connell’s death is underway. How will Jeremy Banks react to the new allegations? Sheriff David Shoar is retiring in 2021, which means there will be a new Sheriff in St Johns County, Florida. And we look at alternative avenues for looking into Eli Washtock’s murder. Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Twitter @criminalcon Facebook @criminalconduct Instagram @criminalcon Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today’s promo is for the podcast Murderish Podcast hosted by Jami Rice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
St. Johns County Sheriff David Shoar goes on the offensive against FDLE. The ones investigating Michelle O’Connell’s death are now facing accusations of their own. What will be the fallout from this investigation? And who was Eli Washtock financing his pursuit of justice for Michelle? Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today’s promo is for the podcast A Date with Dateline hosted by Kimberly and Katie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Four months after Michelle O’Connell’s death, St Johns Sheriff, David Shoar, turned the investigation over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (“FDLE”). What state investigators found changed everything. And when Eli Washtock was murdered, there were rumors that his son was staying in a separate apartment. Where exactly was his son living?  Special thanks to: Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio. This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1 E5: What Went Wrong

S1 E5: What Went Wrong

2020-04-2042:257

When Jeremy Banks dialed 9-1-1, he summoned his co-workers, deputies from the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office. What mistakes were made and how will they affect later investigations? And where did Eli Washtock look for new evidence? A special thanks to: Laura Richards – Criminal Behavioural Analyst; Executive Producer Jennifer 42; Producer Dirty John, The Dirty Truth; Founder Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor. Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today’s promo is for the new podcast titled, “Mugshot” hosted by Lindsay Moryoussef. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michelle O’Connell and Jeremy Banks were once happy and in love. How did they meet? What was their relationship like? And why did their love end with violence? We also explore Eli Washtock’s past relationship. A special thanks to: Laura Richards - Criminal Behavioural Analyst; Executive Producer Jennifer 42; Producer Dirty John, The Dirty Truth; Founder Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service Advertisecast, executive producer Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today's promo is for the new podcast titled, "Missing Persons" hosted by Mike Morford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1 E3: The Death Scene

S1 E3: The Death Scene

2020-04-0632:5710

Eli Washtock’s investigation into the Michelle O’Connell case started with the death scene. We will delve into the night of Michelle’s death on September 2, 2010, in St. Augustine, Florida. What led up to her death? And how did St Johns Sheriff’s Office respond to a call for help from one of their own? A special thanks to: Our executive producer Advertisecast Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Today's promo is for the new podcast titled, "Fool Me Twice" by Jules Hannaford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On January 31, 2019, Eli Washtock, an amateur sleuth looking into Michelle O’Connell’s death, was murdered in his condo.  A neighbor says that Washtock feared for his life. Prior to his murder, he told people he had a run-in with St Johns County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Banks.  A neighbor says that Washtock feared for his life. “He knew that somebody was coming for him, so he rented the place downstairs, didn’t tell anybody, let his kids stay there,” Alec Laughlin said. “So he knew it was coming.”  Michelle O’Connell’s mother Patty, says that this was “a planned killing.”  John Taylor and Javier Leiva retrace Eli Washtock’s investigation to figure out what he learned and if his murder has any connection to Michelle O'Connell’s death.  A special thanks to: Our executive producer Advertisecast Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michelle O’Connell was shot to death on September 2, 2010 after arguing with her boyfriend, St Johns Sheriff’s Office Deputy, Jeremy Banks’. The weapon that delivered the fatal shot was Jeremy’s police-issued firearm. Jeremy then made a disturbing 9-1-1. After a short investigation, her death was officially ruled a ‘suicide.’ Subsequent official investigations did not change this conclusion. Eight years later, a private citizen named Eli Washtock, began investigating Michelle’s death, but before he could finish, he was murdered. ----- A special thanks to: Our executive producer Advertisecast Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify Follow us on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Check out our other shows: Pretend Podcast Twisted Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Season 1: The Trailer

Season 1: The Trailer

2020-01-2803:042

Criminal Conduct is an investigative true-crime podcast series hosted by John Taylor and Javier Leiva. In season 1, the hosts look into the death of Michelle O'Connell, picking up the investigation where murdered sleuth, Eli Washtock, left off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Kade C

No one mentioned how calm Eli's kid was when finding his dad murdered. He locked the door when he left the night before, but he was inside the condo the next day but the police had to break in the door? so....what?

Jun 18th
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Zach Bartels

Javier couldn’t make a bad podcast if he tried.

Jun 6th
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Stefanie May

This sheriff is batshit crazy and he speaks like a manipulative cult leader that has a snakes tongue and can con people easily and he has learned how to corrupt people.

Jun 4th
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Stefanie May

The BTK killer had a family and his family and friends didn't think he was capable. So Austin Taylor is stupid for ignoring that she packed up to leave Jeremy and then kills herself and leaves her daughter behind? Why do people say Jeremy was angry and pissed that night? You can never fully know a person especially when you aren't intimate with them. Why would he want anyone know he's capable?? NO

May 28th
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Stefanie May

This is like the Jessica Boynton case. This ass cop's grandpa is the sheriff and he would call the cops for every single fight they had to document it then she also supposedly took his gun from its holster and shot herself in a locked closet. The officers wife podcast is good too.

May 27th
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Katie Kofoed

"That girl" She has a name, you useless sack of shit.

May 12th
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Suzanne Hubbard Gerken

This is fascinating. Thank you so much for your Investigative work. I love this podcast!

May 5th
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Ernest_Borg_8

Very interesting podcast, just wish episodes were longer and more frequent.

May 4th
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Angela Garnto

Are there only 6 episodes?

May 4th
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D&K

omg when's next one??? April 5th was last one.

Apr 13th
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ID17408176

Already hooked!

Mar 23rd
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Steve Dronzewski

Finally!

Mar 23rd
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nae nae

when is this starting??

Feb 22nd
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