150. The Death of Ellen Greenberg Part 5

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3 thoughts on “150. The Death of Ellen Greenberg Part 5

  1. I’m so glad you guys covered this! The bathroom towel throws me off. The theory that she was able to get different angled stab wounds by switching hands- all while not getting a speck of blood on the towel in her hand. Whether it was murder or suicide, it was violent. 20 stab wounds and no blood on that towel… 🤔

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  2. Can’t stop thinking about this. Definitely believe they had a fight, perhaps the hesitation marks are a result of self harm, he brought her the towel to clean up. The fight continued to escalate until he stabbed her?

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  3. Alice’s theory (as always) is spot on! The 20 stab wounds on the back of the neck SHOULD be evidence of murder right there. The situation you presented is very believable and likely. Especially that she fought back for the first time now that she had some help with the medication which put Sam off guard. Bret makes great points too that it was likely not planned. And Sam definately stormed off in his boots to the gym in his panic in not knowing what to do. Likely able to clean up evidence in his half hour “work out”. What is keeping me up at night is that he gets to go on living as a free man. And that the police care more about covering up their own mistakes then holding him accountable??? Maybe someone should remind them of their law enforcement oath of honor ” On my honor, I will never Betray my integrity, my character Or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always maintain the highest ethical standards and uphold the values of my community, and the agency I serve”.

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