In 1969 fifteen-year-old John McCabe was last seen alive attending a Knights of Columbus dance in Lowell, Massachusetts. His bound and strangled body was found in an abandoned lot the next day. The ensuing investigation would last over forty years and turned childhood friends into bitter enemies. This week’s Court TV Podcast features an audio edition of our original series Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall, which examines crimes committed by those closest to the victim. This episode is entitled “Deadly Dance.”
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This week’s Court TV Podcast features an audio edition of the latest Court TV Special The Case Against Bryan Kohberger. This all-new original documentary takes a closer look at the Idaho Student Murders by paying tribute to Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves, the four young lives tragically taken last November and exploring the mounting evidence against their accused killer as he awaits trial.
30 November Finished
After her husband was killed during a robbery attempt, Renée Poole’s multiple affairs and second life as a stripper made her the main suspect in his murder. But who was the gunman? And why would he want Brent Poole dead? This week's Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case with an episode of our original series Accomplice to Murder with Vinnie Politan, which explores crimes that may not be as clear-cut as initially thought.
16 November Finished
In 2014, Florida State University law professor Dan Markel was in the middle of a bitter child custody battle when he was gunned down in his garage. Now three people have been convicted of his murder and prosecutors say a fourth person, his ex-brother-in-law Charlie Adelson, orchestrated this murder-for-hire plot. But just how far does this all go? Court TV Legal Correspondent Julia Jenaé joins Vinnie Politan from Tallahassee, Florida to dive deeper into this case as the trial of Charlie Adelson gets underway.
26 October Finished
Paula Gutierrez fell in love as a teenager with Nestor “Chino” de Jesus. They struggled to make ends meet while raising their baby daughter and resorted to a desperate plan hatched by Nestor; the couple armed themselves and attempted to rob a bank. By the end of that fateful day, two people would end up dead and Paula would end up facing a potential life sentence for a murder she did not commit. This week's Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case with an episode of our original series Accomplice to Murder with Vinnie Politan, which explores cases where it’s not so clear who is the mastermind behind the crime.
19 October Finished
Raynella Dossett Leath appeared to be plagued by a string of deadly bad luck. In 1992 her first husband, Ed, who was in the late stages of a terminal cancer was found dead in the couple’s corral supposedly trampled by cattle. Over a decade later, Raynella would call 9-1-1 reporting that she had found her second husband dead from an apparent suicide, but when investigators discovered an extraordinary amount of morphine in his system it led to a criminal investigation into both men’s deaths. This week’s Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case with an audio edition of our original series Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall. This episode is entitled “Mercy or Murder.”
12 October Finished
In October 1988, Aissa Wayne, daughter of John Wayne, and her boyfriend Roger Luby were brutally assaulted by a pair of gunmen on their way home from an aerobics class. Was this attack a retaliation to some of Luby’s shady business dealings? Or was Aissa’s soon-to-be ex-husband the one behind the assault? This week’s Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case with an audio edition of our original series Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall. This episode is entitled “The Duke’s Daughter.”
5 October Finished