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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by 941Gator, Mar 24, 2019.
bertwing looks like Pulaski County
Daniel Ocean just saw your post about Mind Hunters. The podcast Atlanta Monster was decent. Here is also a good Doc:
Just heard about a very similar case that happened in Canada. The real estate agent showed a house to two people that murdered her. It was obviously planned as they had been communicating for days via a burner phone. They have no idea who the suspects are
how is it possible they don't have any suspects at all? that's crazy. burner phone was purchased from somewhere.
I saw it mentioned on another site. I know the case, she seems guilty.
Paid in cash and by the time they figured it out surveillance had been written over
Wasn’t it also purchased 6-8 months in advance and security tapes were wiped?
Not sure it was that far ahead but yes they were recorded over already because it was so far in advance
Makes me thing someone close to her was involved
Culpable still going. I caught up last night. No real changes until Whitley talks. https://culpablepodcast.com/
88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story is a new KARE 11 original podcast that dives into the case of a missing 13-year-old girl and the brutal murder of her parents.
True Crime Chronicles Podcast
About This Show
We're working with veteran crime reporters around the country to mine newsroom archives and case files to explore unsolved mysteries, infamous criminals, underreported cases and more. We're digging into stories you might not have heard about and bringing you a new case every week.
The true story of a Utah Stalker unfolding right before your eyes. This is a Sexual Assault and possibly Homicide waiting to happen.
And Then She Was Gone- lays out the evidence in the Maura Murray disappearance. Brilliantly conveys the sense of mystery surrounding her disappearance.
Trial by Fire - this is the case i think about more than any other. in 1994, Cameron Todd Willingham was sentenced to death row for setting his home on fire with his three young daughters inside. he was convicted largely on the basis of junk arson science, and although it was skillfully refuted years later, Willingham remained on death row.
this is still on tv (sundance) and very entertaining.
I've never seen this, only read about it, skip to 3:00
Curtis Flowers conviction tossed by MSSC:
yep, great news! devine
Actual order: https://features.apmreports.org/doc...Supreme-Court-of-Mississippi-Reversal-8-29-19
Hopefully there’s no new trial!
NETFLIX'S 'UNBELIEVABLE' IS TRUE CRIME MEETS 'TRUE DETECTIVE', PERFECT FOR 'MINDHUNTER' FANS
A new Netflix original series will dive deep into the trauma and legalities that come with a rape accusation. The emotional show, Unbelievable, will air on the streaming platform on September 13 as a limited series. Reviews are already calling it a true crime fan's new obsession because of the investigative aspect that accompanies the deep trauma.
The plot of Unbelievable was inspired by real-life, similarly to the Netflix series Mindhunter. Though Mindhunter is dramatized, and creative liberties play into the storyline, it's based on real people—serial killers to be exact—and their historical acts.
Unbelievable is a bit different but similar. The show's plot is based on an article, "An Unbelievable Story of Rape," which was written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong, published by ProPublica. The article won a Pulitzer Prize.
Ridiculous video below..... maybe too graphic for other threads
If that wasn’t such a shitty camera angle I would think it was TV. Way too much to believe it’s real.
That’s a cop getting beat up if you couldn’t tell
Yep, and it appeared the suspect had his hands up before police arrived and opened fire.
we’ll see about that. gun was probably still in hand.
Possibly. Why I used “appeared”
now this is funny
‘We should be angry’: Ricky Kidd free from prison, fought for years to prove innocence
Elated. Grateful. Angry.
They were all emotions Ricky Kidd said he felt when he walked out of a Missouri prison Thursday, free at last after serving more than 20 years for a 1996 double murder he did not commit.
The state was given 30 days to decide whether or not it will retry the case.
Kidd had been incarcerated for 23 years for a robbery and double murder, all the time maintaining his innocence as he exhausted appeals in state and federal court.
Outside the prison Thursday, Kidd said he was angry at having been wrongly convicted.
“I am very angry, and I continue to be,” Kidd said. “We all need to be angry, taxpayers who foot the bill for 23 years paying for the wrong person to be in prison, while the real individuals are out there.
“We should be angry about that, and should also be willing to do something about it,” Kidd said.
At the same time, Kidd said he was elated to be free and thankful for his supporters.
When Kidd was sent to prison in the mid-1990s, his girlfriend had been pregnant. On Thursday he hugged his daughter for the first time as a free man.
After so many years of frustration, Kidd’s freedom came quickly after a judge in DeKalb County on Wednesday said evidence of Kidd’s innocence was “clear and convincing.” The state was given two options: Release Kidd from prison, or retry the case in court within 30 days.
In an order filed Thursday in DeKalb County Circuit Court, Judge Daren L. Adkins said the state indicated it “had no objection to the Petitioner being released pending further proceedings.”
The judge ordered Kidd be released from custody “immediately.” He has been held at the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron.
Joining Kidd outside the prison Thursday, Sean O’Brien, who has represented Kidd since 2005, said the legal battle to prove Kidd’s innocence has been “like a sprint for years. ... A marathon that’s taken a lot of work, a lot of effort and a lot of sacrifice.” The habeas corpus petition filed Wednesday does away with the conviction, O’Brien said, but the charge is still pending.
A spokesman from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office said it was still reviewing the judge’s order from Wednesday and deciding on next steps.
But Kidd said the ruling issued Wednesday speaks for itself.
“This isn’t one of those cases where it’s close. Not at all,” Kidd told reporters. “To me, it never has been, and I think the judge came to a strong conclusion.”
"As much as it was exciting to have a secret admirer, she was concerned and a little creeped out about someone just going ahead and leaving flowers on her desk. " Testimony begins in the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki
Best friends for more than 20 years, Danielle Stislicki and Sarah Pollack made sure to connect almost daily, whether that meant hanging out together or texting and talking to each other over their cellphones.
Pollack turned to her bestie on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016, the last day Stislicki was seen before her disappearance sparked high-profile searches throughout the region.
Stislicki, then 28, suggested a sleepover because Pollack was having a bad day at work.
“I was texting to her and asking her if she wanted to get together to do dinner,” Pollack testified Monday in 47th District Court in Farmington Hills. “She said ‘yeah’ (and) that she was going to leave work. She would go home and pack a bag and then come stay the night.”
Stislicki never showed and never responded to Pollack’s texts regarding her whereabouts. Pollack never heard from her best friend again.
She fought back sobs soon into the preliminary examination of Floyd Galloway Jr., a 32-year-old convict accused of murdering Stislicki that winter day in 2016.
At the time, he was a student, security guard and married man. His wife was in the hospital.
He knew Stislicki from previously working at Stislicki’s place of work, the MetLife office in Southfield. Pollack said she knew nothing about him until after her best friend went missing. Police started circling around him a few days later.
Some fairly new podcast:
Morning Cup of Murder - it’s a short daily true crime podcast that talks about an event in true crime history from that day. It’s pretty great.
Going West Podcasts - really good show about disappearances and unsolved murders!!!
Killer jobs Serial Killers - it focuses on what serial killers did for a living while they were serial killers.
Pursuit - about the murder of Faith Hedgepeth. Always found this case really intriguing and the podcast is well done and very informative.
Unravel True Crime: Snowball - nothing murdery but about a lady who frauds a whole family for a lot of money. Told in a very personal style as it happened to the narrators family. The family is pretty fun also. Lot's of twists and turns so far.
Another shade of crime
Marbles devine im on mobile but that link should be a good video regarding the case in culpable if not ehre :
Yeah. I’ve read a lot online. My wife is irritated I don’t think it’s murder. Since he’s passed, I went to rehab with Bilbos son the year after this happened. The whole things requires more mental gymnastics to say it’s a murder more than. Just a fucked up situation involving a lot of drugs that ended in suicide.
video now linked above. seems rather impossible for it to be a suicide based on the body, gun, wound, and blood. unless he killed himself and then they moved him.
I thought it said in the first episode that they did when the girl went in there and started hugging him and what not. The whole scene was contaminated.
Room 15 and Detlef Schrempf would remember better, but I believe boys story and her story didn't add up, even mixed with how he was found regardless of whether he was moved. In other words, even if she did hug him, it doesn't add up.
Yeah. I don’t expect it to. I found my first fiancé when she attempted suicide all while being high. What goes through someone’s head then cannot be mapped. I guess I am biased due to my experiences.
I’m a Clearing guy not a Culpable guy.