As we conclude our investigation into the Mitrice Richardson case, we ask ourselves–what happened, and why did the system fail this young woman so terribly?
On September 11, 2001, Tonia Head experienced the unimaginable in the towers of the World Trade Center. Or did she? We dive into the bizarre story of the woman who wasn’t there.
We wrap up our investigation into the death of Kathleen Peterson. As we get to the bottom of the staircase, we answer all your questions: Did Michael do it? Was there reasonable doubt? And what about that owl?
We dive even further into The Staircase. Oh and you asked for nerdy law talk? You’re going to get nerdy law talk.
Today we continue our investigation into the murder of Kathleen Peterson. Michael has been convicted, but is he guilty? We talk blowpokes, Duane Deaver, and more.
When Kathleen Peterson was found at the bottom of a staircase in her home, all eyes turned to her husband, Michael Peterson. But did he do it? Did she fall down the stairs? Or was it something so much weirder than that? Join us as we get to the bottom of the staircase.
We conclude our investigation into the death of Rey Rivera. Was it suicide? Was it murder? Or was there something deeper and more insidious at work?
And then there’s the email we received from the representatives of Porter Stansberry. We discuss the bombshells revealed in that email in this episode. Below are the documents we received from Stansberry Research.
We dive deeper into the Rey Rivera case. Why did the SEC investigate Pirate Investors, and did it involve Russia? Why was Rey still working for Stansberry and Agora, even after he’d left the company? And where did all that credit card debt come from?
When Rey Rivera was found dead in an abandoned room in the Belvedere Hotel, underneath a hole in the ceiling, the police called it a suicide. But where they right? Or was something more sinister at work?
Watch the Rey Rivera episode on the the new Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix.
From Reddit: Zestyclose_Run850’s transcription of the “suicide” letter