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Fallen Angels: A Story of California Corruption


A mysterious drug overdose at a posh Pasadena hotel leads our host and LA Times investigative reporter, Paul Pringle, into Los Angeles’ darkest corridors of power and wealth. Pringle discovers that the dean of the University of Southern California's medical school is leading a secret double life. As Pringle and his team at the LA Times untangle a sordid web of lies, drugs, and greed, they encounte... more

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In the wake of the blockbuster Puliafito story, reporter Harriet Ryan receives an anonymous tip about another bad doctor at USC. His crimes are shocking, and far reaching. And as the reporters discover, it’s another terrible story covered up by USC –... more

2 days ago

The Puliafito story finally lands, and it’s a bombshell. USC goes into damage control mode, while the leadership of the LA Times seem to forget the months of contentious edits, and bask in the acclaim. But Paul and the other reporters have mobilized ... more

9 days ago

Sarah and her teenage brother Charles Warren go on the record with Paul to tell the whole sordid story. With a mountain of documents, shocking videos and on-record sources, the reporting team pushes the editors to finally publish. But the top brass c... more

16 days ago

The team tracks down the family of Sarah Warren, who have been desperate to get Puliafito out of their daughter’s life for years. The reporters discover that Puliafito’s control over vulnerable people struggling with drug addiction is far greater tha... more

23 days ago


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 638 ratings
  • Interesting

    The story is interesting, but the amount of ads is extreme. The other thing that I find silly is the mentioning of people with tattoos, like tattooed people spell danger, lol.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States22 days ago
  • Great story

    Very interesting and reporters are outstanding.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States22 days ago

    First two episodes were great! Then ep 3 and here come the ads every three minutes. Bye I’m out. When the ads show up, I am no longer interested and will quit listening. Content is five stars but the constant ads are a one therefore I will rate based on the thing that interrupts my listening pleasure.

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    United States22 days ago
  • Great Podcast with frustrating format

    One of the most well done true crime podcasts I’ve heard in awhile. Unfortunately, the episodes are very short (~30 min), half of which are ads. And since the episodes are released weekly, you’re basically getting 15 min of content every week lol. more

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    United States22 days ago
  • Good but

    SoOooo many ads for a 30 minute episode

    Apple Podcasts
    United States22 days ago

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