DiscoverCrime JunkieINFAMOUS: Darlie Routier (Part 1)
INFAMOUS: Darlie Routier (Part 1)

INFAMOUS: Darlie Routier (Part 1)

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In 1996 a small Texas community was rocked by the tragic slaying of two young boys. The police and prosecution had their sights set on one person as the perpetrator: The boy's mother. And they would work tirelessly to make sure she paid the price.

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Comments (28)

zedean starshdaow

sounds like this is just a late term abortion( self doctored of course) xD

Sep 17th
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Jamie Wagoner

You don't know who Susan Smith is or her story??? Get real! I think Brit is way out of line in this episode. I think the 911 call is real emotion. If something like this was to have happened in my life "I honestly can't even fathom such an event" if it was I seriously doubt I will be saying ok please instruct me on how to perform CPR. I would be frantic I would be so upset. It bothers me that they are so judgemental over the 911 call.

Sep 12th
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Jamie Wagoner

Jamie Wagoner Me to! I hope she don't get released. She is the worst!

Sep 17th
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Krystal

Jamie Wagoner I have been wanting them to do an episode on her. especially since she is about to get released.

Sep 17th
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Gloria LaSalle

what is wrong?? what are you talking about??

Sep 12th
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Asiya Al Tawash

Stealing someone else's work and passing it off as your own is really despicable, especially when you are making money out of it. Removing episodes when threatened with legal action is not enough. Acknowledge and apologise! My friends and I will be boycotting till you do

Sep 12th
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Luane Renfro

I don't understand why people are still listening to this podcast :-(

Sep 11th
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Luane Renfro

big_perm5150@yahoo.com true, I won't argue with that!

Sep 16th
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big_perm5150@yahoo.com

Luane Renfro Free to listen what we please. Freedom not to

Sep 16th
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Vic Underwood

Nothing says guilty more than immediately removing episodes for plagiarism. Your fans are waiting for an apology! please

Sep 10th
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Vic Underwood

Sara Just Google Crime Junkie. Lots of people are waiting for them to address this before they listen to them anymore. They have been charged with PlAGARISM and have been raking in the cash but stealing others work. I like them a lot and so do many others but just trying to sweep this under the rug and take in Paetron and others money and the saying , "Full body chills" just makes me bitter. I just think the decent thing to do would be to apologize to the fans, take accountability and give credit to their sources and move on. But to just take down episodes that they have been called out on and figure the fans won't know I think is wrong. Don't get me wrong they do have a great show and have done a great job and worked hard but you got to give credit if you've sometimes gotten so high while climbing on the backs of others.

Sep 11th
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Sara

Vic Underwood Wait what happened?

Sep 11th
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Leslie Boyer

sorry to ruin it for some of you but it urks my nerves people haven't heard the whole story and say she's guilty https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.dallasnews.com/news/courts/2018/11/13/dallas-county-da-s-office-says-testing-is-being-done-on-items-in-darlie-routier-case/&ved=2ahUKEwi5ns2FpsXkAhXqmq0KHT9qAlwQFjAYegQICBAC&usg=AOvVaw1eQyhNgp1RwkUqU9XoqnMb

Sep 10th
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Leslie Boyer

and they fund finger prints in the boys blood that didn't belong to anyone in the house..

Sep 10th
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Leslie Boyer

also her neck was sliced within a cm of her artery. she didn't do that to herself. a bloody sick with the boys blood was found half a football field away from the house. she didn't bring the sock there and run home and call police. wouldn't she have brought the murder weapon instead of a sock?

Sep 10th
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Leslie Boyer

and after my brother passed away me and a few of his friends went to his grave and celebrated his birthday. that's all the silly string incident was

Sep 10th
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Leslie Boyer

I don't think she did it. I've followed this case since it happened over 20yrs. she may be getting a new trial soon

Sep 10th
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Marcia Francis

omg!!!!. this story is unbelievably despicable. a mother???? but now I am in pain waiting for part 2.

Sep 9th
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Aileen Fernandez

I was thinking I'm in Texas I should have heard about this. but then you said silly string. I remember that now. I never decided if I thought she was innocent or guilty. I try to remain undecided until I hear both sides. so I'm excited to hear part 2. I will say that I work remotely and I address someone as "they" until I'm sure which gender they are.

Sep 9th
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Jennifer Taylor

Sounds like post partum psychosis possibly?

Sep 9th
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Edward Fraker

Ok she did it. Just the blood in the sink gave it away. then the journal entry, oh Lord please.

Sep 9th
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Leslie Boyer

Edward Fraker so then what about the bloody fingerprint that didn't belong to anyone in the house? or bloody sick found outside down the block?

Sep 10th
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Stefanie May

okay my children are 10 and ever since the day they were born they could sleep through Loud television loud talking vacuum cleaning its clanging in the kitchen so it all depends on how you act around your children from when they're young. If you treat them like they're going to wake up and you whisper around them and stuff while they're napping then they get used to that so any change in volume wakes them if you get your children use the fact that they're going to nap and life is going to go on outside the room and that you're going to need to clean up and you're going to be doing stuff and kind of getting them accustomed to that they're going to sleep like the dead my children could be carried move from one place to the other so no I don't think they would have woken up like that so that being said. but also maybe because downstairs she was so tired and finally able to sleep better because the baby wasn't waking her that she fell into a deeper sleep because of exhaustion because I've been so exhausted before when I had twin babies to take care of that somebody came to watch them for me because I was getting so tired that I have my health was poor and I slept through stuff that I didn't think I would because I have been so used to trying to wake up when they made a noise to check on them so it could happen that she was like oh gosh I'm finally able to get some better sleep because I don't have to wake up for the baby my husband's going to do that because I'm down here sleeping on the couch.

Sep 9th
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Jocelyn Erchul

Stefanie May But this wasn't the first night of her sleeping on the couch. What you're describing makes sense if the boys weren't having a sleepover in the living room.. but she'd be on alert "half-sleeping". And the whole being stabbed and slit while sleeping? Your brain would almost definitely wake you up.

Sep 9th
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ilovepodcasts41

Britt smh

Sep 9th
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ilovepodcasts41

That 911 call😱

Sep 9th
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INFAMOUS: Darlie Routier (Part 1)

INFAMOUS: Darlie Routier (Part 1)

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