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The Sociopath and the Whistleblower Part 4

This is the chilling story of a man who, as a police officer, took his police department’s solemn oath to be guided by professionalism, integrity, courage and honor. He also promised that his behavior would meet his department’s standard of honesty and accountability. Then, for 10 years, he patrolled the community, gaining its trust, while simultaneously victimizing those he knew would be too afraid to speak up.

The Sociopath and the Whistleblower Part 3

This is the chilling story of a man who, as a police officer, took his police department’s solemn oath to be guided by professionalism, integrity, courage and honor. He also promised that his behavior would meet his department’s standard of honesty and accountability. Then, for 10 years, he patrolled the community, gaining its trust, while simultaneously victimizing those he knew would be too afraid to speak up.

The Sociopath and the Whistleblower Part 2

This is the chilling story of a man who, as a police officer, took his police department’s solemn oath to be guided by professionalism, integrity, courage and honor. He also promised that his behavior would meet his department’s standard of honesty and accountability. Then, for 10 years, he patrolled the community, gaining its trust, while simultaneously victimizing those he knew would be too afraid to speak up.

The Sociopath and the Whistleblower Part 1

This is the chilling story of a man who, as a police officer, took his police department’s solemn oath to be guided by professionalism, integrity, courage and honor. He also promised that his behavior would meet his department’s standard of honesty and accountability. Then, for 10 years, he patrolled the community, gaining its trust, while simultaneously victimizing those he knew would be too afraid to speak up.

Dead Man Walking

Sonja had filed for divorce from her husband, Roberto, and taken out a restraining order against him due to his violent tendencies towards her and their two children. So when Roberto doesn’t show up for court and Sonja doesn’t show up for work, police are dispatched to the house where they encounter the couple’s oldest daughter yelling that her father has a gun and is going to kill her mother. Detectives recount the hours-long stand-off and its impossible ending.

Keep Out

Emma was a 24 year-old woman who had recently become engaged and was renting a room at her friend, Bill’s, house when Doug showed up. Doug was Bill’s cousin and had been given permission to stay, temporarily, in the detached garage. He was a heavy drug user with a criminal record, and he gave Emma the creeps. That was just one of the reasons Bill had made it clear to Doug that he was not allowed in the main house where Emma was living. But Doug didn’t listen.

Don’t Go!

As far as Lynn was concerned, her on-again-off-again relationship with Allen was over for good. But Allen wanted to give it one more try. What began as “just dinner” between the two exes, ended in passion and murder. Detectives Dan and Dave, along with the victim’s mother, discuss the details of the case and the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Snake

This is the full, unabridged audio of the phone call between Lt. Scott and the suspect, well-respected police officer Robert, from Season 1, episode 12: THE SOCIOPATH AND THE WHISTLEBLOWER. Robert has been placed on administrative leave so Lt. Scott calls him at home in the late morning when he knows Robert’s family will be out. What Robert doesn’t realize is that the lieutenant is recording their conversation and he already knows much more than Robert thinks he does.

The Feels

Zibby and Yeardley get personal with a round table of 5 detectives from Season 1. “What haunts you?” “What’s the effect of your job on your personal relationships?” “When you have kids and your job involves confronting the worst of humankind every time you go to work, where do you put the worry when your kids leave the house?” #AllTheFeels.

The Killer

Lynn got a text on her phone from a male friend while she slept – a text she would never see because her ex-boyfriend, Allen, saw it first, exploded into a rage and murdered her with a baseball bat. This is the audio of Allen’s suspect interview that we excerpted for Season 1/ Episode 1, DON’T GO! This is the firsthand account of events that night, according to the killer.

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