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Seton talked with John Marvin, Alex's brother, about what he remembers about the day of the Maggie & Paul's murder. Was Paul under house arrest? Did Paul drive to Moselle with his mother? Plus, we talk to a weapons expert about the weapons reported to have been used in the homicides.
The first indictments come down on the banker, Russell Lafitte. More charges against Alex and his best buddy, Corey Fleming.
Our legal analyst, John Snyder, joins us to break down a lot of legal questions that have come up over who gets the money when two Murdaugh homes sell. Plus, legal questions surrounding the Palmetto State Bank.
FitsNews reported that there is new evidence linking Alex to the murders of Maggie and Paul. We discuss the report with former FBI agent and forensics investigator, Bobby Chacon. He shares his theory on the murders. He explains why sometimes investigators leak information and what he would have done differently when setting up the crime scene after the double homicide. Bobby works on television shows as a technical advisor. www.bobbychacon.com. Twitter @BobbyChaconFBI
We talk with Jeff Keating, host of the podcast "Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend". Pee Wee Gaskins is one of the most infamous and prolific mass murderers in South Carolina history. Alex Murdaugh's, attorney, Dick Harpootlian was the solicitor who put Pee Wee on death row. However; even on death row, Pee Wee was able to reach out and threaten Dick and his family.
We answer your questions and respond to criticism involving episode 50. Plus, we get to some legal news from the last few weeks.
Seton talked to Alex's brother, John Marvin, about the night of the murders. Plus, John Marvin discussed the role he played in helping find Maggie's phone the day after the double homicide. Also; the private investigator who followed Paul Murdaugh clears up when she was watching him.
A transcript from a hearing is released that alleges Paul Murdaugh was followed by a P.I. prior to Paul and Maggie's Murder.
It's been 9 months since Paul and Maggie Murdaugh were murdered. There is still no arrest. We revisit Alex's call the night of the murder. We talk with a 911 operator about things she noticed in the call
Alex Murdaugh's college roommate, attorney Corey Fleming, has been indicted for money laundering and assisting Alex in stealing money from the Satterfield family. We talk to reporter Riley Benson about Fleming's hearing. Plus, another judge steps away from handling Alex's jail phone call situation. A Hampton resident discusses how Hampton has been portrayed by the media.
Alex Murdaugh gave up his right to any interest In his wife's estate. That includes the Moselle property where Maggie and Paul were murdered. Over a month ago, our legal analyst predicted that would happen. We talk about the what it all means. Plus, our coverage catches heat.
A solicitor requests Judge Carmen Mullen to be investigated in regards to her dealings with Alex Murdaugh. Should Alex's phone calls have been made public? We break it down with our legal analyst.
We talk with Sabrina Gast, a South Carolina Coroner, about what a coroner does. We find out the role a coroner plays in an investigation, and we discuss the portrayal of coroners in tv and film.
We talk with Riley Benson of WCBD, he was in the courtroom this week and breaks down the latest legal moves, and the sale of Moselle. Plus, he tells us what it was like being one of the first on the scene after the murder of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. Plus, our legal analyst makes a couple of predictions on what we might see coming up.
We take a break from the on going Murdaugh investigation to tell the story of John and Elizabeth Calvert, who went missing in Hilton Head, SC in 2008. Some believe the case has been solved, others think there are still a lot of unanswered questions.
Our legal analyst, John Snyder, discusses the latest maneuvers over Alex Murdaugh's assets. John explains a legal move that Alex might use to protect his son. Hampton bank CEO, Russell Laffitte, was fired for allegedly giving Alex an illegal loan. We talk to a Hampton native about the history of Palmetto State Bank, and the Laffitte family's involvement.
Alex Murdaugh faces a lot of new charges. That leads to more questions about where are the "missing" millions? Forensic accounting comes up a lot in the Murdaugh story, and the FBI agent on Ozark is a forensic accountant. That's why we decided to talk to a forensic accountant about what one does.
The fired bank CEO, Russell Laffitte, loaned client's money to Alex. Our legal analyst, John Snyder tells us why that is egregious. An accused drug dealer, Barrett Boulware, name pops up again. Plus we speak with Jay Bender, the foremost authority on the Freedom of Information Act. He has harsh words for the way law enforcement has acted during the Murdaugh saga.
A bank CEO is fired due to his connection with Alex Murdaugh. Alex's lawyers get another bond hearing to ask that Alex's bond be lowered. We learn more about Alex's finances. Plus, Alex rambles on the jailhouse phone. And, 2 more of Alex's alleged victims's stories are heard and they paint a horrible picture
Changes were made in Alex Murdaugh's old law firm, and a will was revealed. We discuss that and more with our legal analyst, John Snyder. Plus, we talk with Professor John Blume, the director of the Cornell Death Penalty Project, about Alex Murdaugh's grandfather's controversial death penalty cases.
In this episode we talk to a professor about money laundering. We learn why Mallory Beach's family is upset (justifiably), and another attorney seeks justice.
Did Alex Murdaugh receive special treatment at his bond hearing? Our legal expert, John Snyder, give his analysis. Plus, one of Alex's alleged victims speaks!
The details on Alex Murdaugh's bond hearing. We talk to WSAV reporter Andrew Davis about Alex's first statements since his wife and son were murdered. How much is Alex's bond, and why that amount?
Alex charged with 21 new crimes! Millions missing! Cousin Eddie involved? Bank of America sued!
Our legal analyst, former district attorney and defense attorney, John Snyder, answers the questions you asked on our Murdaugh Podcast FB page. Dive into the legal weeds with us.
The 911 call from the day Gloria Satterfield is released. The question is ,who is "the fella" referred to in the call. Plus, attorneys duke it out and a serial killer is referenced.
We bring back Sara, a Hampton native, to share insights into the Murdaugh family. She gives us some information that had we had not heard anywhere about the murders, and other crimes.
New indictments claim Alex Murdaugh has stolen millions from many clients over the years. His attorneys claim he shouldn't have to payback the Satterfield estate the over 4 million dollars he allegedly took for himself. The Satterfield heirs' attorney Eric Bland joins us. He is fire! You have to hear this interview.
Jason Ryan, the author of "Jack Pot, High Times, High Seas, And The Sting That Launched The War On Drugs" joins us on this episode. The area you hear about when listening to the Murdaugh story has a long history involving the drug trade. We loved this book and hope you will find it interesting.
The judge rules on Alex's bond and his mental state. A legal issue does not pass the smell test. The SC Grand Jury may have to step in. Our legal analyst John Snyder weighs in on the latest Murdaugh drama.
The lastest on the Alex Murdaugh mystery. His Son, Buster, has been in charge of the family money. That has changed. We break down the lastest court decision , and how Buster has been spending the cash. Alex's brother sues him! Plus a drug cartel enters the story with possible ties to Alex.
We play the 911 calls of the day Alex says he was shot in the head. Plus, and emergency room physician interprets some of Alex's medical notes from that same day.
We discuss Alex Murdaugh's Bond Hearing over the missing Gloria Satterfiled trust money. We talk with our legal analyst about what it might mean for Alex's future.We have questions and he has answers!
Alex is arrested. We our legal analyst, John Snyder shares his thoughts. Was Alex shot in the head Labor Day weekend? Details emerge.
You asked to hear more about the Murdaugh family history. We talked with someone born and raised in Hampton. She runs down the Murdaugh family tree and gives the locals a voice in this tragedy.
People scramble to distance themselves from Alex Murdaugh. Another attorney's license is suspended and Judge Mullen avoids being diposed. The original posting of this episode had technical issues.
The search continues to find out who knew where the millions of dollars meant for the Satterfield trust went and who knew it wasn't getting to the family. More on Alex and Maggie's relationship and the tangled web of the South Carolina legal system.
Alex and Maggie's marriage is under a microscope, we discuss recent legal rulings and answer some of your questions.
Gloria Satterfield's family attorney wants Alex to go to jail! Plus, a quick review of pending lawsuits against the Murdaughs.
We heard from Eric Bland, the attorney representing the Murdaugh housekeep/nanny's sons, in episode 15. He wondered where the millions of dollars that should have gone to his clients went. We may now know and it's mind blowing. Plus, we get our legal analyst and former DA, John Snyder's take. Facebook: Murdaughpodcast
We revisit the details surrounding the death of Stephen Smith, in a much more organized fashion. Plus, we add an interview with the reporter who spoke to SCHP officer Todd Proctor.
In 2018 The Murdaugh family housekeeper/nanny, Gloria Satterfield, died after falling down the stair at Alex Murdaugh's house. The case has been reopened after it was discovered her death certificate listed her cause of death as "natural causes". Meanwhile; the attorney for Gloria's children is wondering why the kids never received any money from the settlement. The attorney, Eric Bland, reveals the depth of corruption involved in this client's case. It is fascinating. Plus, we discuss the bond hearings of Alex Murdaugh and his alleged shooter. #murdaugh #truecrime
An arrest is made in the shooting of Alex Murdaugh. Alex?s attorney explains Alex?s role in the day Alex was shot. #murdaugh #murdaughmurders # truecrime
Episode #13 Is there video that will confirm Alex Murdaugh?s recollection of events that led to him being shot in the head? What does Alex tell his attorney about that day? We have the details on Maggie Murdaugh?s Edisto property. #murdaugh#truecrime
Alex Murdaugh is shot in the head, goes to rehab, and is accused of misappropriating millions of dollars. Seton and Matt discuss the latest developments. Legal analyst and former D.A. John Snyder joins them to discuss how an attorney could move millions of dollars out of a law firm without being noticed. #truecrime #Murdaugh #Alexmurdaugh
In Connor Cook's 2020 deposition he reveals what he was thinking after the boat crash that killed Mallory Beach. Also; he talks about rumors surrounding Paul Murdaugh. There's a change in the investigation of the Paul and Maggie Murdaugh murders. Plus, we talk about the boating accident with an attorney familiar with the Murdaugh family.
Alex Murdaugh's 911 call the night he found his wife, Maggie, and his son, Paul murdered.
In this episode we break down the SCDNR reports on the boating accident that killed Mallory Beach. Was there a cover-up? Plus, disturbing audio from the night of the crash. This podcast contains explicit language. Credit to FitsNews and The Island Packet for their reporting.
Explosive new documents released about the boat crash that killed Mallory Beach. The hospital workers let us in on the scene that tragic night. Insight into the behavior of the Murdaugh men in the ER.
In Episode #2 we dove into the boat crash that killed 19-year-old Mallory Beach. Paul Murdaugh, who was murdered in June, was charged with driving the boat at the time of the crash.
Now, an attorney, for Connor Cook (a survivor of the crash) has filed a petition to investigate law enforcement's role in the investigation. Was the investigation intentionally botched? Was there a cover up? Was there a conspiracy to protect Paul Murdaugh and place blame on Connor Cook?
We discuss what is being alleged and what the consequences may be?
We are joined again by former D.A. and legal expert John Snyder. He breaks down what is going on from a legal standpoint.