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The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture.

True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.'

Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @crimewriterson. Find us on Facebook facebook.com/crimewritersonpodcast. Email the show at crimewriterson@gmail.com.

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In this episode: two investigations that touch on spycraft and show business.  First, he was a professional gambler in-and-out of trouble with the law. He was also the father of future-actor Woody Harrelson. But in 1979, Charles Harrelson was charged with slaying a federal judge. The new podcast “Son of a Hitman,” explores Harrelson’s life of crime with the help of his son, Brett. Was he involved in the most famous assassination in history? FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "SON OF A HITMAN," GO TO 26:00 Was the power ballad “Wind of Change” an artistic commentary on the end of the Cold War or western propaganda designed to weaken Soviet influence? The podcast “Wind of Change” investigates whether the CIA was responsible for The Scorpions’ iconic hit.  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "WIND OF CHANGE," GO TO 56:00 Then in Crime of the Week, Mack truck and cheese. For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
Trial by Media on Netflix

Trial by Media on Netflix

2020-05-1801:15:571

Sweat pants? Has Kevin finally given up? Plus, does Toby know who anybody is? And why does it sound like he's recording this week's show in a public toilet? The crime writers discuss “Trial by Media,” from Netflix. The six part series looks at a group of high-profile cases and how press coverage influenced their outcomes. Sometimes the intense media coverage and live television broadcasts were major factors. Sometimes, public opinion shifted and turned one-time heroes into villains. And in other instances, engaging the media was a deliberate defense strategy. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “TRIAL BY MEDIA,” GO TO 1:03 In crime of the week: caught red (wine) handed.  For exclusive podcasts and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.  Support the show.
A murder in London sparks a gang war in Tokyo among rival Yakuza. Detective Kenzo Mori is told his brother, thought to be dead, may be living in the UK and central to the conflict. “Giri/Haji,” from BBC-2 and Netflix. is a bilingual drama that bends genres...plus it has an ending unlike anything we’ve seen.  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "GIRI/HAJI" GO TO 25:00 Then we talk about the re-release of the Paramount Network’s miniseries “Waco.” It features a sanitized version of David Koresh as a thoughtful, spiritual leader offering enlightenment to his followers. We also follow an FBI hostage negotiator who fears the agency’s reliance on military tactics is the wrong direction. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "WACO" GO TO 47:00 Then in crime of the week: baby driver. For exclusive content and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
After a rage-inducing opening act, the crime writers discuss the final two sections of Netflix's The Innocence Files. Each story is good on its own; how do they work stacked side-by-side? FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE INNOCENCE FILES" EP 4-9, GO TO 33:00. Then the panel hits the rails for HBO's romantic comedy, Run. Starring Emmy-winner Merritt Wever, we’re left to wonder where the reunited couple are going and what they’re leaving behind.  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "RUN," GO TO 57:00 In crime of the week: a train crashes into a boat. For real.  For exclusive podcasts and more sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia Support the show.
School’s in! We’re looking at HBO’s new movie, “Bad Education.” Based on a true story, school superintendent Frank Tassone is on top of the world, but things begin to unravel when a high school journalist is assigned a story about the budget. Does it get a passing grade? (Note: Bad Education is based on this outstanding New York Magazine article by Bob Kolker.) FOR OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “BAD EDUCATION,” GO TO 28:00 Then, a look at episodes 1-3 of Netflix’s ambitious series, “The Innocence Files.” Part one deals with a pair of rape-homicides of children in Mississippi. This case - and many others - revolves around an arrogant dentist whose application of bite mark analysis has led to wrongful convictions.  FOR OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “THE INNOCENCE FILES” ep 1-3, GO TO 54:00 In Crime of the Week: return to sender. For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
Are the crime writers eating well? Some of them are. Leading off: A woman dies under mysterious circumstances with a list of names in her shoe. Are they in danger? And does it have anything to do with a coven of witches in an English village? The two-part adaptation of “The Pale Horse” from BBC One and Amazon Prime veers from Agatha Christie’s novel, keeping its supernatural overtones but leaning more on domestic suspense than its murder-for-hire origins.  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE PALE HORSE," GO TO 24:00 Up next: Atlanta was enjoying an economic and cultural resurgence, but in 1979 African American boys began disappearing from its streets. “Atlanta’s Missing & Murdered: The Lost Children” from HBO tugs at the threads of the Wayne Williams case. The series is part historical-and-cultural retrospective, part investigation into the system perhaps too quick to put the case behind them. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "ATLANTA'S MISSING & MURDERED," GO TO 54:00 In Crime of the Week: take one down, pass it around. For exclusive content and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
When Massachusetts State Police discover a chemist  has been tampering with evidence at the drug lab, it opens a legal Pandora's box. Netflix’s four-part “How to Fix a Drug Scandal” follows the lawyers seeking answers, the prosecutors who tried to cover it up, and the troubled life of one of the chemists whose personal addiction up-ended the scales of justice. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “HOW TO FIX A DRUG SCANDAL,” GO TO 29:00 In season three of Netflix’s “Ozark,” a drug war in Mexico has put additional pressure on Marty and Wendy Byrde to launder money in their new casino. But complications ensue with new arrivals, like cartel lawyer Helen Pierce and Wendy’s brother, Ben.  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “OZARK” SEASON THREE, GO TO 58:00 In crime of the week, back end data. Support the show.
Our first review is “Cool Mules” from Canadaland. Vice Canada music editor Slava Pastukhov believed the only way to advance at the gonzo news outlet was through more extreme journalism. A mix of greed and ambition led him to orchestrate a drug trafficking ring to Australia.  OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “COOL MULES” BEGINS IN MINUTE 34 Next is a look at Netflix’s foriegn-language series, “The Valhalla Murders.” This police procedural is the latest in the growing number of shows set in Iceland which try to capture their own version of Scandianivan noir. But does the story capture either that dark Scandi style...or the interest of streaming mystery lovers? OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “THE VALHALLA MURDERS” BEGINS IN MINUTE 1:03 In Crime of the Week: please don’t rollover.  For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at Patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.   Support the show.
Tiger King on Netflix

Tiger King on Netflix

2020-03-3001:15:583

The panel discusses the much-buzzed about documentary, "Tiger King." Expanding on the characters and themes of the recent "Joe Exotic" podcast, this Netflix doc dives even deeper into the world of big cats and the shady people who love them. No doubt it's entertaining, but does it handle the people and issues in a responsible way?  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "TIGER KING" GO TO 1:03 PLUS: A big announcement from Toby! His new 10-part podcast, "Strange Arrivals," is out March 31. Subscribe now! In crime of the week, it makes my eyes burn. For exclusive podcasts and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.   Support the show.
The crime writers check in with updates on how they're dealing with self-isolation and ponder the world confronted by the coronavirus. In the first review, the panel discusses "The Dating Game Killer" from Wondery and Hollywood & Crime. The docu-drama recalls the tale of serial killer/game show contestant Rodney Alcala. How will the team react to the podcast's style and substance? FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE DATING GAME KILLER," GO TO 29:00 Then the group gets into Netflix's film adaptation of "Lost Girls" staring Amy Ryan. Does this two-hour dramatization of Bob Kolker's excellent book live up to the expansive source material?  FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "LOST GIRLS," GO TO 54:00 Then in crime of the week: Cheese-us Christ. For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
This week, Lara's son takes a very bad fall and Kevin has some professional news.  Leading off, the crime writers discuss the new podcast from HLN, “Down the Hill: The Delphi Murders.” The reporters attempt to shed light on a double killing with few publicly known facts. Can they advance the story? OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “DOWN THE HILL” BEGINS IN MINUTE 33 Then, they jet to Italy for “Verified” from Witness Docs and Stitcher. This ten-part series looks at a group of women and their search for justice against the man who raped them when they answered his ad on couchsurfer.com. Is there blame to share? OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “VERIFIED” BEGINS IN MINUTE 1:03 In crime of the week, who run the world? For exclusive content, sign up at www.patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
After a week of reeling in the years, the Crime Writers are back discussing the hard-hitting Netflix documentary, “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez.” Viewers learn the long trail of physical and emotional abuse suffered by Gabriel and the many missed opportunities to save his life. And it dives into the issues around the failings of law enforcement, social services, elected officials, and the System’s desire to protect itself at the expense of the children it’s supposed to help. OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “THE TRIALS OF GABRIEL FERNANDEZ” BEGINS IN MINUTE 37. Then, on a lighter note, the team offers their recommendations for content you should be consuming this spring. Toby: Greatest of all Talk: 36 From The Vault: The Mirror and the Light by Hilary Mantel Knives Out Lara: The Long Call by Ann Cleeves- Locke and Key Outlander Dublin Murders Kevin: Six Stumptown Dying for Sex Pod Save America   Rebecca: Joe Ide’s IQ book series Matt Goldman’s Nils Shapiro series Deep Water Reply All – “The Case of the Missing Hit”   In Crime of the Week: Tinder mercies. For exclusive podcasts and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia   Support the show.
200th EPISODE SPECIAL

200th EPISODE SPECIAL

2020-03-0201:21:332

This is our 200th episode, and to mark the occasion we’re going to look back at some of our favorite moments from Crime Writers On. We’ll revisit reviews from classic podcasts, games, milestones, things that made us cry with laughter, and shed other kinds of tears. For exclusive podcasts and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. This week's special episode cover art: Top row Millie Bobby Brown from “Stranger Things” David Rudolf from “The Staircase” Bowe Bergdahl from “Serial” Michael Peterson from “The Staircase” Madeleine McCann from “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” Richard Simmons from “Missing Richard Simmons” Dan Taberski from “Headlong” Bill Cosby from “Chasing Cosby” Keith Morrison from “Dateline NBC” Andy from “The Legend of Cocaine Island” Adnan Syed from “Serial” Jonathan Groff from “Mindhunter” Merritt Weaver from “Unbelievable” Tyler Alvarez from “American Vandal” Bikram Choudhury from “Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator” Ian Bailey from “West Cork” Holt McCallany from “Mindhunter” Ear Hustle Sister Cathy Cesnik from “The Keepers”   Second row Jharrel Jerome from “When They See Us” Sarah Paulson from “The People vs OJ Simpson” Sterling K. Brown from “The People vs OJ Simpson” Eric Bana from “Dirty John” Payne Lindsey from “Up and Vanished” Matthew McConaughey from “True Detective” Woody Harrelson from “True Detective” Bob Broberg from “Abducted in Plain Sight” Charles Manson from “Young Charlie” Patrick Hines from “True Crime Obsessed” Colin Miller from “Undisclosed” Rabia Chaudry from “Undisclosed” Susan Simpson from “Undisclosed” Casey Anthony from “Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery” David Ridgen from “Someone Knowns Something”   Third row Doug Evans from “In the Dark” Steven Avery from “Making a Murderer” John Meehan from “Dirty John” John McLemore from “S-town” Brendan Dassey from “Making a Murderer” Ted Bundy from “The Bundy Tapes” Cleo Semaganis Nicotine from “Missing and Murdered” Ma Anand Sheela from “Wild Wild Country” Joseph Maldonado-Passage from “Joe Exotic” Amber Hunt from “Accused”   Front row Curtis Flowers from “In the Dark” Bill Rankin from “Breakdown” Ronan Farrow from “Catch and Kill” Madeline Baron from “In the Dark” Sarah Keonig from “Serial” Kevin Flynn Lara Bricker Rebeca Lavoie Toby Ball Debra Newell from “Dirty John” Rocksteady Freddie from the New York Ska Jazz Ensemble Foreground Cat of the week Slenderman “The Staircase” owl Miracle Whip The crime writers typewriter The Brickter Scale The Habitat Support the show.
As the crime writers prepare for their 200th episode special, Rebecca and Kevin have an invitation to London-based listeners. First off, in “The Other Latif,” Latif Nasser learns a Moroccan native who shares his name has been held for years at Guantanamo accused of being a top military adviser to Osama bin Laden. This miniseries from RadioLab explores whether his namesake is as dangerous as the US says he is. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “RADIOLAB: THE OTHER LATIF” BEGINS IN THE 31st MINUTE. Then: It’s the biggest fraud case you’ve never heard about. In HBO’s “McMillions,” a bored FBI agent stumbles on to a tip that McDonald’s million-dollar Monopoly game is fixed. This whodunnit, howdaydoit is lighthearted, intriguing, and – at times – moving. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “McMILLIONS” BEGINS IN THE 59th MINUTE. In Crime of the Week: jack shit. For exclusive content and more, go to www.patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
After casting their votes in the New Hampshire Primary, the panel is ready to vote on two new true crime titles. First, the crime writers discuss the new season of Uncover: Satanic Panic. Host Lisa Rundle brings us to a Saskatchewan town rocked in the 90s by an alleged pedophilia ring run by devil worshipers. The podcast recalls the mass hysteria and the lives forever changed by the charges. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “UNCOVER: SATANIC PANIC” STARTS IN THE 28 MINUTE OF THE SHOW. Then, Netflix’s “The Pharmacist” tells the story of a mild-mannered Louisiana druggist whose life is turned upside down by the murder of his son. While working through his grief, Dan Schneider notices a pattern of healthy-looking people filling OxyContin prescriptions from a particular doctor. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “THE PHARMACIST” STARTS IN THE 55 MINUTE MARK OF THE SHOW. Then in Crime of the Week, that’s nuts. For exclusive content and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.   Support the show.
Chasing Cosby and The Sneak

Chasing Cosby and The Sneak

2020-02-1001:10:382

Greetings from New Hampshire, where the Crime Writers will be among those casting their First in the Nation primary ballots. Hear them discuss the new text technology campaigns will be using to get your vote. Leading off, USAToday Sports and For the Win is out with a podcast covering an unusual bank Heist. “The Sneak” tells us of a bizarre armored car holdup where a man disguised as a landscaper escaped down river on an inner tube. Host Nate Scott says there’s much more to the story. OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “THE SNEAK” BEGINS IN THE 26 MINUTE MARK OF THE SHOW. The LA Times’s new podcast looks into the events that took down one of America’s most beloved figures. In “Chasing Cosby”, host Nikki Weisensee Egan uses archival tape and new witness interviews to show the long, difficult road to justice against a rich, powerful celebrity and the unlikely events - and incredibly brave victims - that led to Bill Cosby’s arrest and conviction. OUR SPOILER FREE REVIEW OF “CHASING COSBY” BEGINS IN THE 59 MINUTE MARK OF THE SHOW. In Crime of the Week: drug reading dog. For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
Mixed reviews this week from the crime writers. First, they explore "The Officer's Wife" from Vault Studios. Just as you think the story will be a typical by-the-numbers true crime tale...it offers a real plot twist. But does it leave too many listener questions unanswered? OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE OFFICER'S WIFE" BEGINS AROUND THE 34 MINUTE MARK.  Then, Netflix has a new documentary tackling the life and crimes of the late NFL star Aaron Hernandez. Much like the 2018 podcast "Gladiator," “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez” is also a revealing look at a troubling story of power, money, family, sexuality, visually elevated in the way only a documentary can. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "KILLER INSIDE" BEGINS AROUND THE 57 MINUTE MARK. Then in Crime of the Week, little hellions.  For exclusive content, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.  Support the show.
The panel takes a moment to reflect on the premature demise of two of their favorite shows, HBO’s “Watchmen” and Netflix’s “Mindhunter.” The Crime Writers follow BBC Radio to County Donegal for a look at Ireland’s longest unsolved missing child case. In season one of “No Body Recovered,” host Kevin Connolly explores the 1977 story of Mary Boyle, through the eyes of the family torn apart by her disappearance. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “NO BODY RECOVERED” BEGINS AROUND THE 36 MINUTE MARK. Then, HBO and Stephen King team for their adaptation of “The Outsider.” How can a man accused of murder have been in two places at once? The all-star cast explores the paradox of this crime and the thought that supernatural forces may be at play. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “THE OUTSIDER” BEGINS AROUND THE 1:05 MINUTE MARK. In Crime of the Week: Frostbite of the Iguana. For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia.  Support the show.
In an episode that seems to go off the rails at times, the panel discusses season two of “The Dream.” Host Jane Marie tackles the wellness industry, covering everything from healing crystals and medicinal herbs to vitamins and natural childbirth. Are they coming after the thing YOU believe is saving you from illness? OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “THE DREAM” BEGINS IN THE 29th MINUTE OF THE SHOW. Then the crime writers review the long, strange trip in “Disorganized Crime: Smuggler’s Daughter.” Host “Rainbow Valentine” interviews her parents about their crazy double-life moving millions of dollars of marijuana across the country. OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “DISORGANIZED CRIME” BEGINS IN THE 57th MINUTE OF THE SHOW. In Crime of the Week: if I had a nickel for every stupid question… For exclusive podcasts and more, go to patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
Dig and Midnight Son

Dig and Midnight Son

2020-01-1301:24:241

The panel discusses the new podcast/audiobook hybrid “Midnight Son” from Audible Originals. We’re taken to the Arctic to explore the crimes of an Alaska Native and to investigate his claim that while as a fugitive in the wilderness he was visited by mythic tribe thought only to exist in legend. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “MIDNIGHT SON,” GO TO THE 41 MINUTE MARK Then, we’re off to Louisville for season one of “Dig” from the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting. Host Eleanor Klibanoff finds prosecutors in that community are declining to seek charges and close many sexual assault cases, in a policy that may protect conviction rates and crime statistics more than it protects victims. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF “DIG,” GO TO THE 1:13 MINUTE MARK. In crime of the week: Wakanda forever! For exclusive podcasts and more, sign up at patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia. Support the show.
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cornell brewer

This show was full of snitches they are all crooked even Caroll everyone was trying to save their on butts Good thing they live in Oklahoma because there is so many places they wouldn't be able to walk the streets anymore for snitches

May 16th
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SleepyCat

Listened to an excellent podcast about a year ago which covered people from the UK that had joined the Davidians -the name escapes me at the moment. Fascinating but tragic.

May 14th
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Becky Green

This woman is going to critic someone on talking fast? Really?

Apr 22nd
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Debi Simons

I hope you're going to review Baptiste on Masterpiece Mystery. My husband and I think it's really stupid, but are we missing something?

Apr 20th
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SleepyCat

I'm picturing that 'anal print' pic looking like one of those you get when you ride a roller coaster!!😂 Yuk!😝😁

Apr 13th
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SleepyCat

Congratulations guys!😊 Have really enjoyed the trip down memory lane. Here's to the next 200!!🎉💕

Mar 4th
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Mary Elizabeth Newsom

I miss those ads more than I ever thought I could.

Mar 3rd
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Sarah Black White

The movie Peter Jackson did in the 90's "Beautiful Creatures" is about the murder in New Zealand. It's great!

Oct 28th
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Stefanie May

Dang sorry meant to also say... Jay said he was afraid of Adnan and this west side hitman and yet when away from him he could have not picked him up... Not gone with him... Plus his close friends who knew him said Jay was NOT a drug dealer. He was small time and pathetic and thought he was "the criminal element" which Adnan would have gotten the west side hitman to help with the body and not a stoner.

May 1st
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Stefanie May

Sorry... Also Jay tells his story as if he's sitting in the same car yet they were driving 2 cars... Also I will never believe Jay knew where the car was. The Baltimore County police used their system to run her plates twice. Plus, there were multiple car thefts and property damage reports to the place Hae's car was that called cops to that same area of row homes and so for 6 weeks they didn't notice her car there when there were like 20 calls to cops? Yeah... Don't believe it.

May 1st
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Stefanie May

If Jay wanted to protect people, he wouldn't have gone to Jen and get her to help him wipe off the tools to bury Hae and toss her clothes, also if he's such a big time drug dealer....why did he spend all damn day finding weed?! Makes no sense.

May 1st
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Stefanie May

as you will learn later Adnan Laura Stefanie all kinds of people let Jay borrow their car so in actuality this wasn't anything abnormal for them. Also I just feel like that was Jay's motive he didn't like Adnan sticking his nose into J and stefanie's business because Jay was a little bit jealous that Adnan had a bright future Stephanie had a bright future and he is a dude working at Hollywood Video and selling pain and working at PetSmart and you know then later a p*** store he doesn't have a whole lot of prospects for him and he wants to hold on to this girl that he is not in her League. Then the other part is that they make a big deal out of O Adnan only got the cell phone to commit the murder at not have been saving up for this phone from this is 1999 where this was like no contracts and you had to pay these high prices or least the phone and I had a cell phone in 1997 that I had to turn back in because I just could not afford it as a kid. also about the car later the Baltimore County Police had two hits on Hae"s plate meaning they saw her car out somewhere so the cops knew where her car was and how could her car sit in a place for 6 weeks where there were multiple cars being broken into cars being stolen property being stolen yet her car is relatively untouched sitting on green grass so I don't believe that her car was there the entire time. Also when you mention that Jay was worried about cameras at Best Buy he made up the story about the pay phone at Best Buy and he mentioned worried about DNA evidence and fingerprints what if he then went back and wipe down whatever was around to convict him because whoever wipe down the inside of his car did not wipe down inconsequential items like papers and cards and things like that but they may have wipe down mirrors or glass or the steering wheel because no fingerprints are on the steering wheel that match Adnan or Jay so for both prints to be missing that's kind of weird in the DNA World there should be Prints but yet there's a handprint on her rear view mirror that somebody must have moved and adjusted that doesn't match them so who was driving the car if you find the prints for who was driving the car that's your killer.

Apr 23rd
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Stefanie May

Sorry... Text to type 2019 not the best. Lol

Apr 22nd
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Stefanie May

I have always felt like when Laura Estrada mentions that she recalls at the Eminem first album came out and Jay always came to pick Stefanie up listen to Eminem I think back to om&m had that song about where he faked murders his wife and puts her body in the truck and then it makes me start to wonder if Jay like he's a stoner and I'm starting to think he put together the story from a bunch of different rap songs that he may have heard and movies he could have seen and dropped a dime on Adnan because he was jealous that he didn't have the same kind of bright future as a pothead dealer that Adnan and Stephanie had and it made him wonder if Adnan and Stephanie could have possibly had something if they were able to be together also there's a picture from prom where Stefanie wrote on the back will always wonder what might have been and that kind of also makes me wonder you know if they had more going on before she started going out with j and it just it makes me really sad that Stefanie won't come forward and talk because I bet she knows more than she's saying too.

Apr 22nd
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Jacque Schaech

I feel like the photos illustrate how hard it was to actually see her. How well her body had been hidden, how Sellers story makes no sense

Mar 25th
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suzen carey

Can't wait!!! I spent summers near The Dalles , Oregon and my favorite pizza place is still Spookys Pizza. My kids grew up on my crazy story and we always say "don't eat the salad bar!"

Feb 4th
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suzen carey

I agree! Broken harts was blah. 1 episode worth of facts MAX strung out into a series.

Jan 23rd
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V was here

wish I could get past the constant cackle

Dec 28th
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BnB 44901

Are you guys are of Zellner now representing Sandy Melgar, who Bob Ruff is doing this season of Truth and Justice on? The prosecution tagged her in a tweet while trying to take a jab at Bob and it backfired!

Dec 26th
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V was here

So disagree with your opinions on Cold. Loved the podcast lengths. And if you pay attention, a dense episode is interesting. And we have already bonded with Susan, well before the inventory video.

Dec 18th
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