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    Teala Davies And The Claims Made Against Jeffrey Epstein And His Estate (6/23/24)

    23 JUN. 2024 · As our long haul discussion surrounding the court documents in the many Epstein cases continues, we are taking a look at the claims made by Teala Davies against the Epstein estate and against Jeffrey Epstein himself. (commercial at 16:28) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://www.vicourts.org/common/pages/DisplayFile.aspx?itemId=16239693
    Escuchado 26m 42s
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    Murder In Moscow: Was Madison Mogen Targeted By The Killer? (6/23/24)

    23 JUN. 2024 · Bryan Kohberger is a 29-year-old criminology graduate student from Washington State University who has been accused of the November 2022 murders of four University of Idaho students: Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. The students were found stabbed to death in their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho. Kohberger was arrested in December 2022 at his family's home in Pennsylvania. Investigators have linked him to the crime scene through DNA evidence and cellphone data, which reportedly shows him near the victims' residence multiple times before the murders and during the night of the incident. His defense, however, claims that Kohberger was out driving and stargazing during the time of the murders, and they plan to use cellphone data to support this alibi​. Kohberger faces four counts of first-degree murder and a potential death penalty if convicted. His legal team is pushing for a change of venue for the trial, citing concerns over finding an impartial jury due to the extensive media coverage of the case. The trial date has not yet been set, and pre-trial hearings continue to address various motions and evidence disputes. In this episode we get more for author Howard Blum and discuss the theory that Madison Mogen was the killers original target.  (commercial at 7:38) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/idaho-murder-suspect-bryan-kohberger-targeted-one-of-his-victims-explosive-new-theory-claims/ar-BB1oFXaT?ocid=msedgntp&pc=ASTS&cvid=e190780d52de4c9c9197a297412f3f81&ei=35
    Escuchado 10m 19s
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    Murder In Moscow: Author Howard Blum And His New Book Detailing The Murders (6/23/24)

    23 JUN. 2024 · Bryan Kohberger is a 29-year-old criminology graduate student from Washington State University who has been accused of the November 2022 murders of four University of Idaho students: Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. The students were found stabbed to death in their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho. Kohberger was arrested in December 2022 at his family's home in Pennsylvania. Investigators have linked him to the crime scene through DNA evidence and cellphone data, which reportedly shows him near the victims' residence multiple times before the murders and during the night of the incident. His defense, however, claims that Kohberger was out driving and stargazing during the time of the murders, and they plan to use cellphone data to support this alibi. Kohberger faces four counts of first-degree murder and a potential death penalty if convicted. His legal team is pushing for a change of venue for the trial, citing concerns over finding an impartial jury due to the extensive media coverage of the case. The trial date has not yet been set, and pre-trial hearings continue to address various motions and evidence disputes​. In this episode, we hear from author Howard Blum about Bryan Kohberger and the murders that rocked the nation. (commercial 8:02) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://nypost.com/2024/06/22/us-news/how-idaho-murder-suspect-bryan-kohberger-almost-eluded-capture/
    Escuchado 12m 59s
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    China Syndrome: The Indictment Of The Sinaloa Cartel And Their Chinese Money Bundlers (Part 4) (6/23/24)

    23 JUN. 2024 · A recent federal indictment unsealed in June 2024 details a sophisticated scheme involving the Sinaloa Cartel and Chinese money launderers in Los Angeles. The indictment charges 24 individuals, including key figures such as Edgar Joel Martinez-Reyes, with conspiracy to distribute drugs, launder money, and operate an unlicensed money-transmitting business. This investigation, dubbed "Operation Fortune Runner," revealed that over $50 million in drug proceeds were laundered through an underground banking system linked to Chinese nationals. The money laundering network, based in the San Gabriel Valley of California, processed and concealed large amounts of drug trafficking proceeds, making them accessible to cartel members in Mexico and elsewhere. Methods used included trade-based money laundering, asset structuring, and the purchase of cryptocurrency. The collaboration between U.S., Chinese, and Mexican law enforcement led to the arrest of several fugitives involved in this scheme. This case underscores the growing partnership between Mexican drug cartels and Chinese organized crime groups to launder drug money, which funds the production and distribution of dangerous drugs like fentanyl and methamphetamine in the United States​. In this episode we take a look at that indictment.   (commercial at 10:06) to contact me: bobbycapucci source: https://www.justice.gov/opa/media/1356301/dl?inline
    Escuchado 17m 27s
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    China Syndrome: The Indictment Of The Sinaloa Cartel And Their Chinese Money Bundlers (Part 3) (6/23/24)

    23 JUN. 2024 · A recent federal indictment unsealed in June 2024 details a sophisticated scheme involving the Sinaloa Cartel and Chinese money launderers in Los Angeles. The indictment charges 24 individuals, including key figures such as Edgar Joel Martinez-Reyes, with conspiracy to distribute drugs, launder money, and operate an unlicensed money-transmitting business. This investigation, dubbed "Operation Fortune Runner," revealed that over $50 million in drug proceeds were laundered through an underground banking system linked to Chinese nationals. The money laundering network, based in the San Gabriel Valley of California, processed and concealed large amounts of drug trafficking proceeds, making them accessible to cartel members in Mexico and elsewhere. Methods used included trade-based money laundering, asset structuring, and the purchase of cryptocurrency. The collaboration between U.S., Chinese, and Mexican law enforcement led to the arrest of several fugitives involved in this scheme. This case underscores the growing partnership between Mexican drug cartels and Chinese organized crime groups to launder drug money, which funds the production and distribution of dangerous drugs like fentanyl and methamphetamine in the United States​. In this episode we take a look at that indictment.   (commercial at 8:27) to contact me: bobbycapucci
    Escuchado 11m 30s
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    From The Vault: Alex Murdaugh Is Found Guilty Of Murdering His Wife And His Son

    23 JUN. 2024 · After over six weeks of testimony and over 60 witnesses, the jury only needed a few hours of deliberation to find Alex Murdaugh guilty of murdering his wife and his son Paul. His legal team moved for a mistrial after the verdict was read but that move was also denied by Judge Clifton Newman. Alex Murdaugh will be sentenced for murder by the Jury at an upcoming hearing later today. (commercial at 6:30) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/jury-finds-alex-murdaugh-guilty-murders-wife-son-n1303261
    Escuchado 12m 9s
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    From The Vault: Charges Against Keegan Kline Are Dropped

    23 JUN. 2024 · Kegan Kline was facing over 30 counts revolving around the abuse and grooming of children prior to the Richard Allen arrest. After Allen was arrested, Kline had five charges dropped and others amended. Could this signal that Kline has offered up signifigant information that has helped lead to the arrest? Let's dive and unpack it. (commercial at 10:11) to contact me: https://protonmail.com source: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/crime/delphi-murders-kegan-kline-catfishing-b2219607.html
    Escuchado 15m 3s
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    From The Vault: Kevin Spacey And The 31 Million Dollar Payout To Netflix

    23 JUN. 2024 · Kevin Spacey has a pile of problems that are about as high as Mount Everest and more just keep getting tacked on. Kevin Spacey was being sued for 31 million dollars by Netflix and the company was awarded the sum of 31 million dollars by an arbitrator. Spacey, who disagreed with the ruling asked the court to step in. Well, the court has spoken and Spacey will now have to fork over the full amount. (commercial at 7:14) to contact me: https://protonmail.com source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/celebrity/kevin-spacey-to-pay-ridiculous-amount-of-money-over-sexual-misconduct-allegations/ar-AA10jOA3?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=6586dd0e70fb4764bed9e2e9e9ef0f12
    Escuchado 11m 45s
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    From The Vault: The Man Accused Of Abducting And Murdering Maddy McCann Says He's Been Set Up

    23 JUN. 2024 · Christian Brueckner, the man that authorities in Germany say is responsible for the death of Madeleine McCann says that the German police have set him up and that he has nothing to do with the crime. Brueckner, who is being held on a slew of other charges is said to have been in the area at the time McCann went missing. (commercial at 7:36) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11416251/Madeleine-McCann-suspect-Christian-Brueckner-says-German-police-trying-frame-crimes.html
    Escuchado 11m 42s
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    From The Vault: Who Is Ron Logan And Where Does He Fit In With The Delphi Murders

    23 JUN. 2024 · As the dust begins to settle about the bombshell arrest in the Delphi Murders, there are still plenty of questions that need to be answered. One of those questions is: Did Richard Allen work alone or were other people involved in the brutal slaying of the two young girls? With the mystery surrounding the arrest warrant and the sealed files, it seems that there is something else going on beneath the surface. So, as we await some concrete information from the authorities, we will continue to take a look at all of the people who have been tied to the case by law enforcement leading up to the arrest of Richard Allen. In this episode, we meet another one of those people: Ron Logan. (commercial at 9:16) to contact me: bobbycapucci@protonmail.com source: https://heavy.com/news/ronald-ron-logan-delphi-murders/
    Escuchado 15m 29s

Moscow is a city located in northern Idaho, United States, with a population of approximately 25,000 people. It is the largest city and the county seat of Latah County. The...

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Moscow is a city located in northern Idaho, United States, with a population of approximately 25,000 people. It is the largest city and the county seat of Latah County. The city is situated in the Palouse region, known for its fertile soil and rolling hills, and is surrounded by wheat fields, forests, and mountains.Moscow is home to the University of Idaho, which is the state's flagship institution and a major research university. The university is a significant contributor to the local economy, and many businesses in the city are directly or indirectly tied to the university.

The city also has a thriving arts and culture scene, with several galleries, museums, and performance venues.In terms of recreation, Moscow has several parks and outdoor recreation areas, including the Latah Trail, the Moscow Mountain Trail System, and the Palouse Divide Nordic Ski Area. The city also hosts several annual events, including the Moscow Farmers Market, the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, and the Renaissance Fair.

However, things would change forever after Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were murdered in the early morning hours of November 13th, 2022.

What followed in the wake of the murders captivated not only the nation but the whole world as the authorities scrambled to find the person responsible for the heinous crime.

This podcast will document the Murders In Moscow from right after the murders were committed all the way through the real time evolution of the trial of the person that the authorities say is responsible, Bryan Kohberger.

We will also cover other stories that are based in the world of true crime that are currently in the courts or that are headed that way.
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