The Justice Warriors Investigative team takes you, the listener, with us as we investigate unsolved murder and missing person cases across the United States.Heather Cohen - Licensed Private InvestigatorTracey Ellis - Research Specialist
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PI, Heather Cohen, discusses corruption and spiritual warfare.
Licensed Private Investigator, Heather Cohen, discusses the findings of her investigation into the wrongful conviction of Gary Sutton/the murders of Tommy Griffin and Connie Branam.
Private investigator, Heather Cohen, questions what is really going on with a witness suddenly changing their entire perspective and waging war against herself and her assistant, Ms. Tracey Dianne Ellis.
I enjoy listening to Heather and the team! They are awesome and take care of business! Grateful for this podcast and their work and dedication!
While there is some good information on the Karen Swift investigation mixed in, its so hard to stay focused with all of the crosstalk. Tracy talks over and/or interrupts Heather far too often. Also distracting is the constant um’s, uh’s, and ah’s. Part 5 on Karen Swift has so much crosstalk and general conversation that they don’t actually begin discussing the meat of the case until the last few minutes of an almost hour-long episode. It was brutal to listen to. The substance of this case has al... more
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The Justice Warriors launched 4 years ago and published 51 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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