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Truth & Justice with Bob Ruff

Truth & Justice with Bob Ruff

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The Truth & Justice Podcast is listener driven show, devoted to the pursuit of truth and justice. Host, Bob Ruff, investigates potential wrongful conviction and cold cases using a unique crowdsourcing approach. Bob invites listeners to participate in the investigations, as he breaks down a new case in each season in real time. Truth & Justice is currently on Season 6, where Bob is asking for the help of the Truth & Justice Army to get to the bottom of the murder of Jaime Melgar. Jaime was murdered in his home in Houston, Texas in 2012. His wife, Sandy, was convicted for the crime. Bob believes the real killer is still out there.
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Timothy Medrano

i love it that ed will be released on my birthday

Aug 18th
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BnB 44901

it is so hard to listen to these people you have on who have these arrogant attitudes because they think justice was served. My anxiety goes through the roof. This woman is making a TON of assumptions and gets many things wrong.

Aug 12th
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Issa Kelly

a little too much sound design and their levels are too high. Dial both back a bit. good sound design shouldn't be noticed or over power the speaker. Looking forward to this season's case.

Jul 31st
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Haavard

so disappointed of this podcast - hours listening - then I'm researching 2 sec - making this guy look like a fool - he obviously think they dinduNotn - from day one recommend looking into it more

Jul 25th
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Haavard

recommend listening to the confession tapes - it's on YouTube

Jul 25th
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BnB 44901

damn! Finally the part of the season i've been waiting for, and now I gotta wait for season 6 to end before we get to it! 🤨😭 ugh

Jul 23rd
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Ronda

I wonder if the boys could have been wading or swimming....It seems like the killer or killers, had to have been taking a long time to remove all the laces. The police and their incompetency in this case is maddening.

Jul 19th
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BnB 44901

I enjoyed hearing from WM3 themselves, but I honestly can't wait to get back to the forgotten 3. Those babes deserve the truth to come to light finally

Jul 8th
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BnB 44901

Christ, how was that NOT reasonable justice! laid out extremely straight forward! This is exhausting, all 6 of these kids had their lives taken

Jul 8th
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Jabir Rasheed

Xd

Jun 28th
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Cindy Holden

Lol, I grew up in East Texas. Longview Texas. It's not far from Tyler. I love, love the comment about they even laugh with a Texas accent. Lol

May 17th
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Cindy Holden

Hey, I wonder if the Brandy bottle could belong to someone visiting the grave that might have committed the murder. Going on the theory that killers sometimes visit places they committed the crime/visit the body.

May 15th
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Cindy Holden

Hey, I wonder if Don was going to stand Haiy (sp) up for the date. If Don was going to be a no show for their date, he wouldn't of called her. There for he didn't know she was late or didn't make it herself. Just a thought.

May 14th
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Chris Simpson

Why does it seem like the volume is different between the podcast episodes and the follow ups?

May 11th
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Rick Kirk

I have absolutely no clue how any reasonable person could listen to the Jessie Miskelly confession and buy it. unfrickinbelievable.

May 4th
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Penni Jane

As someone who doesn't live in the US, I find it's fascination with Satanism disturbing and it clouds reasonable judgement and conclusions, and feeds also on fears (xenophobia and God fearing torch wielding Christians). As an outsider I see that cases where it would be reasonable to see someone who is not guilty to be jailed without released and others who couldn't be more guilty walk around with impunity. It seems as though what you call white middle class men are not sought so much as perpetrators, but those who are "trailer trash", people that are expressing themselves through their physical appearance; those with dimisinished intellectual capacity and African Americans. Some of your police appear to be too super keen to arrest and convict rather than look at proper evidence and in doing so the real perps fade into the background. Too often you are now seeing people realeased from long periods of incarceration due to DNA and changes to witnesses. It still beggars belief that Damien took an Alford plea and being the same age experiencing goth/emo/grunge, I can't help thinking what it would be like to have the rug pulled out from under me, feeling helpless and in prison for 18+ years for something so abhorrent that I knew nothing about. It also appears at times that US trials are sideshow circus acts where you can bend and evidence to make it fit. I wish for the victims and families justice and piece. I also hope that the WM3 are able to move forward in a positive light and find piece too.

Apr 15th
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Stefanie R Jones

I really enjoy listening to this podcast, but I just can't do it anymore. I have to save my own sanity. While the information is so fantastic, it is just taking a topic, no matter how small, and beating it to death.

Apr 14th
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Jessica Przygoda

I really appreciate this interaction but it’s extremely frustrating how this woman claims to be a journalist but is not very critical or skeptical at all. My biggest issue is that she continues to look at it through her perspective and not the perspective of high school kids. Drama and emotions are high then their brains are literally not completely formed yet. They are not rational. They are teenagers and I think a lot of what she says is “very strange” is only strange through an adults eyes. The facts point to his innocence, at the very least, to the story the state presented to be implausible.

Apr 3rd
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Elizabeth Morales

I was wondering.. why do we focus so strongly on only the time AFTER school... What about during? what about the few days before?

Mar 7th
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Debra McDowell

Love the music!

Feb 28th
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