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For episode five, we conclude the Ricky Abeyta capital murder case tried by lifelong prosector Henry Valdez. After ten months of work and two months of trial, the jury delivers the verdict. Henry recalls his feelings hearing the verdict and the reaction from the community. We look back on the impact the case had on Henry and how he took the lessons he learned from the case and turned it into policy as District Attorney.  Finally, we offer an introspective reflection on the podcast and the true crime genre.  Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Note: The True Crime genre is real life with creative storytelling. Our stories are journeys of struggle, triumph, and heartbreak. They are stories that are not with characters in black and white but in gray. It's noir, it's real, it's the Murder Inn. There are real people behind the creative versions of the stories we tell. So, we must express that these stories are often the worst day in a person's life. We tell these stories with the utmost respect to the victims, their families, the communities, and the people associated with the case. Created By: Henry Valdez https://www.instagram.com/thelofihenry/ https://twitter.com/lofihenry Interviewee: Henry R. Valdez Produce by: The LoFi Inn Studio  Music from Artlist: Amparo - Dark Sky City Team Callahan - Milk Glass ANBR - Yearning Ardie Son - Redemption
For episode four, we continue digging into the Ricky Abeyta capital murder case tried by lifelong prosector Henry Valdez. Our story explores the “theater” of a trial of this magnitude and how the new appetite for the 24-hour news cycle changed news coverage. Henry recalls critical moments of the trial, ultimately ending at jury deliberation. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Note: The True Crime genre is real life with creative storytelling. Our stories are journeys of struggle, triumph, and heartbreak. They are stories that are not with characters in black and white but in gray. It's noir, it's real, it's the Murder Inn. There are real people behind the creative versions of the stories we tell. So, we must express that these stories are often the worst day in a person's life. We tell these stories with the utmost respect to the victims, their families, the communities, and the people associated with the case. Created By: Henry Valdez https://www.instagram.com/thelofihenry/ https://twitter.com/lofihenry Interviewee: Henry R. Valdez Produce by: The LoFi Inn Studio  Music from Artlist: Tyler Ashley - Hunt You Down The David Roy Collective - Our Time Palm Blue - Gazing Wide
For Episode three, we continue digging into the Ricky Abeyta capital murder case tried by lifelong prosector Henry Valdez. Henry goes into the life of a prosecutor leading up to a grand jury. He was never afforded the luxury of postponing his daily duties as Chief Deputy District Attorney while building the case against Ricky. Instead, he worked early mornings, nights, and weekends, nearly “moonlighting,” to put in the work needed to prosecute Ricky. While Henry worked the case file, law enforcement explored an interesting theory about the murders. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Note: The True Crime genre is real life with creative storytelling. Our stories are journeys of struggle, triumph, and heartbreak. They are stories that are not with characters in black and white but in gray. It's noir, it's real, it's the Murder Inn. There are real people behind the creative versions of the stories we tell. So, we must express that these stories are often the worst day in a person's life. We tell these stories with the utmost respect to the victims, their families, the communities, and the people associated with the case. Created By: Henry Valdez https://www.instagram.com/thelofihenry/ https://twitter.com/lofihenry Interviewee: Henry R. Valdez Produce by: The LoFi Inn Studio  Music from Artlist: Sunday Afternoon “IamDayLight” Matooma “Don’t Look Back” Future Driven “Night Rider 87” Waterbed “Norvik - Waterbed”
For Episode two, we continue digging into the Ricky Abeyta capital murder case tried by lifelong prosector Henry Valdez. We explore the details and horrors of the tragedy on January 26th, 1991, while learning more about the victims, the survivors, and the family culture in Northern New Mexico. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content.Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed. Also, add us on social media for photos and additional content. Note: The True Crime genre is real life with creative storytelling. Our stories are journeys of struggle, triumph, and heartbreak. They are stories that are not with characters in black and white but in gray. It's noir, it's real, it's the Murder Inn. There are real people behind the creative versions of the stories we tell. So, we must express that these stories are often the worst day in a person's life. We tell these stories with the utmost respect to the victims, their families, the communities, and the people associated with the case. Created By: Henry Valdez https://www.instagram.com/thelofihenry/ https://twitter.com/lofihenry Interviewee: Henry R. Valdez Produce by: The LoFi Inn Studio  Music from Artlist: Alon Peretz “Fire and Ice” Team Callahan “Fable” Matooma “Infinite Emptiness”
For our inaugural season of the Murder Inn podcast, we're digging into the Ricky Abetya capital murder case tried by lifelong prosector Henry Valdez. Over the next several episodes, we will tell the story of two young men, one a murderer and one a prosecutor, both born of similar blue color and poor Hispanic upbringing but when they reached a fork in the road, they took drastically different paths that ultimately collided in a courtroom in northern New Mexico. Check in to the Murder Inn podcast and subscribe to hear the story of the Chimayo Massacre and the events that followed.  Note: The True Crime genre is real life with creative storytelling. Our stories are journeys of struggle, triumph, and heartbreak. They are stories that are not with characters in black and white but in gray. It's noir, it's real, it's the Murder Inn. There are real people behind the creative versions of the stories we tell. So, we must express that these stories are often the worst day in a person's life. We tell these stories with the utmost respect to the victims, their families, the communities, and the people associated with the case. Created By: Henry Valdez  https://www.instagram.com/thelofihenry/ https://twitter.com/lofihenry Interviewee: Henry R. Valdez  Produce by: The LoFi Inn Studio  Music from Artlist: Michael Vignola “Nostalgia” Jimmy Svensson “Dark Blood” Ikoliks “The Western Wind”
Welcome to the Murder Inn Podcast where we dig up forgotten homicide cases from rural communities, small towns, and far-off distances. Relive violent, rural, and abnormal cases with the prosecution that tried them. Your host Henry Valdez, the son of a District Attorney, grew up around a lot of murder cases, which bleed into his childhood in some strange ways.  The season kicks off with an interview of former 1st Judicial District Attorney of New Mexico, Henry Valdez, as he tells the story of the worst mass slaying in modern New Mexico history, the Chimayo Massacre. In 1991 Ricky Abeyta murdered seven victims, including two police officers and a five-month-old baby, in the rural town of Chimayo, New Mexico. The case rattled the rural community, reshaped Northern New Mexico history, and tested Henry R. Valdez as a prosecutor as he pursued the death penalty for Ricky Abeyta. The case raddled the rural community, reshaped Northern New Mexico history, and tested Henry R. Valdez as a prosecutor as he pursued the death penalty for Ricky Abeyta.
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