Episode 155

Episode 155

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We’re back with the riveting conclusion to the tale of Ezra McCandless and her claims of repeated sexual victimization. To understand the many facets of this case, you absolutely must go back and listen to part 1 before you listen to this episode.

We ended part 1 with some final details about Ezra’s love triangle with Jason Mengel and Alex Woodworth, and all of her many rape allegations against the men in her life, but we still don’t know what happened to Alex on March 22, 2018. Ezra is the only person who can help the police locate him, and her missing car.

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A Cleminson

This is one of my least favorite cases that has been covered. It isn't because of the case itself; it is because of the way it was told. I wish it was told more factually. I feel that it was over done in opinion so much so those overshadowed the true facts of the case. The story of the case is interesting enough that the amount of opinion was overkill. Hopefully this isn't how the rest of season is going to go. 🤷‍♀️

May 1st
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Ishmael

Ezra is a product of the indoctrination in modern schools that teach kids to be narcissists.

Feb 20th
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Jack Lopez Sr.

This girl is full of s**t

Feb 19th
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Katherine Parrick

Doesn't quite seem like you know the definition of "incredulously" ;) <--That and "Nietzsche" gave me the cringe-giggles. 😂

Feb 19th
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deborah cassidy

Why does ppl come here to insult mike? If you don’t like him don’t listen to his work..

Feb 18th
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deborah cassidy

Why does ppl come here to insult mike? If you don’t like him don’t listen to his work..

Feb 18th
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Jake Doran

fuck this chick

Feb 18th
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Nicole Munson

This story is lame and didn't need 2 podcasts in my opinion. EYE ROLL!

Feb 18th
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Nayabusa

you know I mainly enjoy this podcast because of the actual cases they're usually always pretty interesting it would be so much better if Mike could stop trying to be so judgmental and acting like he actually knows exactly what happened, well yeah she's obviously guilty of a murder in some form you don't know what the fuck she's gone through in life man the way you talk about her is if you actually know the truth when by your own account there's a bunch of confusing information. this girl is definitely suffering from something in been through some shit that's pretty obvious and yes you definitely deserve to be charged for murder of some form but she doesn't deserve Mike boudet is judgement.

Feb 17th
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Rebecca Zollo

i love this podcast, and Mike Boudet. please don't take this as a sh*t post, but I have been in the field of psychiatrist nursing for 20 years, many of those with adolescents. i also stay educated and informed regarding childhood sexual abuse, trauma, suicide and self harm. while I understand the frustration of dealing with an unreliable, and false accuser of sexual abuse/ assault, i took issue with Mike's outspoken dismissal of Ezra's first hand documentation of early childhood sexual abuse, beginning at the age of 7. it is very common for people with early childhood sexual abuse to become known for experiencing, even if only in their own reality, repeated sexual trauma and abuse. sometimes they make false allegations. however, it is very rare for a person to imagine or "make up" early childhood trauma. once a child is sexually abused, they often begin a lifetime of repeated abuse. they lose any sense of boundaries and self identity. it is easy for them to find themselves in undesired circumstances while feeling incapable of voicing objection, because they lose all sense of "free will." i do not mean to excuse Ezra's pathology and dishonesty, but it is important to put it into a well known social construct. i do not object to assertions that false allegations are criminal, but to the all sweeping decision to dismiss all aspects of her self perceived trauma, most specifically, her early childhood trauma. that is rarely a "false allegation," and most often a precursor to a slew of maladaptive and disingenuous behavior.

Feb 17th
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James Morrison

Talk about a scary time to be single

Feb 17th
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Casey Wollberg

'i dont remember what happened, but here are some specific details about what i want you to believe happened.'

Feb 16th
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Casey Wollberg

this is a pretty interesting case involving intolerable weirdos.

Feb 16th
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AC K

this girl is insipid

Feb 16th
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