We heard from Eric Bland, the attorney representing the Murdaugh housekeep/nanny's sons, in episode 15. He wondered where the millions of dollars that should have gone to his clients went. We may now know and it's mind blowing. Plus, we get our legal analyst and former DA, John Snyder's take.
We revisit the details surrounding the death of Stephen Smith, in a much more organized fashion. Plus, we add an interview with the reporter who spoke to SCHP officer Todd Proctor.
In 2018 The Murdaugh family housekeeper/nanny, Gloria Satterfield, died after falling down the stair at Alex Murdaugh's house. The case has been reopened after it was discovered her death certificate listed her cause of death as "natural causes". Meanwhile; the attorney for Gloria's children is wondering why the kids never received any money from the settlement. The attorney, Eric Bland, reveals the depth of corruption involved in this client's case. It is fascinating. Plus, we discuss the bond hearings of Alex Murdaugh and his alleged shooter. #murdaugh #truecrime
An arrest is made in the shooting of Alex Murdaugh. Alex’s attorney explains Alex’s role in the day Alex was shot. #murdaugh #murdaughmurders # truecrime
Episode #13 Is there video that will confirm Alex Murdaugh’s recollection of events that led to him being shot in the head? What does Alex tell his attorney about that day? We have the details on Maggie Murdaugh’s Edisto property. #murdaugh#truecrimeSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-murdaugh-family-murders-impact-of-influence/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy