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A true crime podcast with a different point of view. Every week, Alice and Brett bring their unique perspective as prosecutors to the most famous cold case mysteries of all time. Murder, mayhem, disappearances, you name it. If it's true crime, they're on the case. Custom case art by Hannah Hill. https://instagram.com/serious_moonlite?igshid=lhy8ijowoc9p
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Have you ever thought how cool it would be to eavesdrop on the FBI? On FBI Retired Case File Review, host Jerri Williams, a retired agent herself, is on a mission to show you who the FBI is and what the FBI does by interviewing her former Bureau colleagues who share personal stories about the Bureau's most intriguing and high-profile cases, as well as many you've never heard of. Listen in on their conversations and experience what it’s like to hunt down a serial killer or terrorist, catch a ...
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Iowa television news anchor Jodi Huisentruit has been missing since June 27, 1995. The Long Prairie, Minnesota native is believed to have been abducted from the parking lot of her Mason City apartment complex between 4:00-4:30 on that early summer morning. She never showed up for work and has been missing ever since that day 25 years ago. FindJodi.com, Inc. was developed in 2003 when former Television News Director Gary Peterson and News Anchor Josh Benson worked together near Mason City. Th ...
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In this episode, retired FBI forensic artist Lisa Bailey reviews the FBI’s forensic facial approximation program, where she used models of skulls and anthropologist reports to create sculptures of unidentified […] The post 318: Lisa Bailey – Clay and Bones, FBI Forensic Artist appeared first on Jerri Williams.…
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Retired FBI forensic artist Lisa Bailey reviews the FBI’s forensic facial approximation program, where she used skulls and anthropologist reports to create sculptures of unidentified individuals to help investigators seeking the public’s assistance in solving cold cases. She also reviews the 5-year research project she launched on behalf of the FBI…
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We begin our analysis of the unsolved murder of Robert Wone, a Washington, DC attorney, who was murdered on August 2, 2006, while staying the night at the home of a college friend. If you have any information about the murder of Robert Wone, please contact the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099, or if you wish to remain anonymous, you…
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FBI Retired Case File Review Live! was held on April 28 at the Punch Line comedy club in Philadelphia. This episode is the audio recorded during the live event. My on stage guests included retired agent Scott Duffey and his partner retired ATF special agent Terrance Mortimer, who take us behind the scenes of an unbelievable investigation they inves…
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In this episode, we discuss the 911 call placed from 1509 Swann Street NW, Washington, D.C., on August 2, 2006, at 11:49 p.m. If you have any information about the murder of Robert Wone, please contact the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099, or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can call (888) 919-2746. Follow The Consult: Real FBI …
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In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Chris Campion reviews the Jaycee Dugard child abduction case, and his time investigating her disappearance throughout the 18 years […] The post 316: Chris Campion – Jaycee Dugard, Child Abduction Case appeared first on Jerri Williams.By Jerri Williams
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Retired agent Chris Campion reviews the Jaycee Dugard child abduction case, and his time investigating her disappearance throughout the 18 years she was missing. Chris and his FBI colleagues and local law enforcement partners diligently pursued viable leads from the day Jaycee was taken in 1991 right up to that day in 2009, when she was miraculousl…
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This is the third and final part of our discussion with David Greer and Craig Brownstein, the Editors of the Who Murdered Robert Wone website. We continue our discussion of the suspects and evidence; exploration of theories; and the challenges that lie ahead in this case. For more information, visit: Who Murdered Robert Wone. If you have any inform…
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When he walked on to the plane that rainy day, he was anonymous, just another man in a suit. But when he jumped out the back of it, he became a legend. He called himself Dan, but you know him as D.B. Cooper. Sponsors: Prolon Life: ProlonLife.com/PROSECUTORS for ten percent off. Progressive Insurance Homes.com The Jordan Harbinger Show The Consult P…
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David Greer and Craig Brownstein, the Editors of the Who Murdered Robert Wone website, join us again as we continue our analysis of the unsolved murder of Robert Wone. In this episode, we continue to explore the complex relationships between the three suspects residing at 1509 Swann Street NW, at the time of the murder on the night of August 2, 200…
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We conclude our coverage of the Robert Wone case with our theories. And we hear lots of zebras. Sponsors: Hiya Kids Vitamins: hiyahealth.com/PROSECUTE for 50 percent off your first order RocketMoney: RocketMoney.com/PROSECUTORS to slash your bills and save money ZocDoc: Zocdoc.com/PROSECUTORS to find a doctor today PlutoTV The Consult: Real FBI Pro…
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In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agents Christian Anglin and Craig McLaughlin review Operation Crown Prince, an investigation into Afghan nationals residing in the U.S. transporting […] The post 315: Christian Anglin and Craig McLaughlin – Operation Crown Prince, Fried Chicken, Heroin, and Warlords appeared first on Jerri Wi…
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Retired agents Christian Anglin and Craig McLaughlin review Operation Crown Prince, an investigation into Afghan nationals residing in the U.S. transporting heroin into the country and providing proceeds to the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and insurgents as a means of material support for their operations combating U.S. and allied forces. The case was nicknam…
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In today’s episode, David Greer and Craig Brownstein, the Editors of the Who Murdered Robert Wone website, join us as we delve deep into the perplexing case of the murder of Robert Wone. In this episode, we explore the intricate relationships between the three individuals residing at 1509 Swann Street NW, shedding light on the events leading up to …
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We finish up the strange evidence in this case as we move towards theories. And tomorrow, a bonus episode. Errata: Although a phlebotomist might be able to surreptitiously acquire drugs due to their position in a medical field, they do not have regular access to drugs and do not administer drugs. Sponsors: First Leaf Wine: Try Firstleaf.com/PROSECU…
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Retired Agent Scott Duffey reviews his years-long investigation of a nearly 2-decade-old rumor about an unsolved racially motivated homicide. The case, tenaciously pursued by Scott, his partner ATF special agent Terrance Mortimer, and the Philadelphia Police Department, resulted in the conviction of Thomas Gibison, a self-proclaimed skinhead for co…
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On August 2, 2006, Robert Wone, a Washington D.C. attorney, planned to work late and stay at the home of friends rather than commute home that night. Within 79 minutes of arriving, he was found stabbed to death in their guest room. Retired Assistant United States Attorney Glenn Kirschner joins retired FBI profilers Julia Cowley, Angela Sercer, Susa…
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In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Julia Cowley reviews the murder investigation of two Weleetka schoolgirls, 13-year-old Taylor Paschal-Placker and her 11-year-old friend Skyla Whitaker […] The post 314: Julia Cowley – Weleetka Schoolgirls Murders appeared first on Jerri Williams.…
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Retired agent and former BAU profiler Julia Cowley reviews the murder investigation of 13-year-old Taylor Paschal-Placker and her 11-year-old friend Skyla Whitaker on the rural dirt road near one of their homes in Weleetka, Oklahoma and the detailed BAU analysis Julia conducted to provide insights for investigators about the unknown subject who sho…
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On August 2, 2006, Robert Wone, a Washington, D.C. attorney, planned to work late and stay at the home of friends rather than commute home that night. Less than an hour and a half after arriving, he was found stabbed to death in the guest room. In this episode, retired Assistant United States Attorney Glenn Kirschner joins Julia Cowley, Angela Serc…
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On November 18, 2010, Diane Zaleski was found murdered in her home in Union Township, New Jersey. This episode is part 2 of 2, and Lt. Michael Manochio of the Union County Prosecutor’s Office (UCPO) joins us again to discuss the profile done by the FBI’s BAU and the details about how they solved this murder. This is a great teaching case with valua…
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A DC lawyer works late and decides to spend the night with some friends. But when he is murdered, no one saw or heard a thing. Or maybe, they all did. Who killed Robert Wone? Sponsors: FirstLeaf Wines: Firstleaf.com/PROSECUTE to get your first box. ZocDoc: Zocdoc.com/PROSECUTORS and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. PlutoTV Bitch Bible Podcast…
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