Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.
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There is still so much to take apart in the Menendez case. In today's episode, we examine the behavior of Jose Menedez. Was he a psychopath? Was he trying to raise two sociopaths in the model of himself? Laura puts a photograph of this father and his... more
Laura updates us on the latest developments in the case of the four Idaho college students who were murdered back in November 2022: Ethan Chapin, 20; and roommates Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21. The prime suspect in t... more
Joining us today we are honored to have Hazel Thornton who served as a juror on Erik Menendez’ first trial in 1993. We have so many questions for her about what it was like to see all of the testimony and what conclusions she came to. To clarify both... more
A podcast I absolutely love. Hearing expert’s sharing their opinions and championing the victims rather than sensationalizing the crimes is truly wonderful. It is also educational on many fronts. Laura and Jim’s passion are fundamental to the podcast, but we cannot overlook the wonderful input of Lisa, who provides valuable input from the ‘lay persons’ perspective with insightful questions and input. more
If you are intrigue by real crime- the storys and facts about a case and most importantly the survivors and victims story - you should listen to this podcast! Very informative and helpful, sometimes alot of emotions but always carefully navigated by the 3 hosts! more
Just finished listening to this episode. Reverence for the Dalai Lama and for the camp counselors reminds me of the stories of the favourite teacher, the favourite musician or favourite athlete. We appreciate their talents but forget they are strangers who can do us harm. We all need to be well educated on the fact that they are just people who are fallible and who can do harm if they have evil intent. Let’s not give these famous people the benefit of the doubt - which they haven’t earned. LOVE ... more
Wow. What a powerful ep
To have expert perspective on these cases is so dope!! Good work!!
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