True Crime

Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.

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In the early ’80s Michael Ryan was the leader of a small group of followers who lived together on an 80-acre hog farm in Rulo, Nebraska. All of the group’s decisions were determined by what they referred to as “the arm test,” which was a means for God to speak to them. Michael, however, didn’t need to use the arm test, as he claimed God spoke directly to him in his mind. By 1985, some of the members began expressing their doubts in the arm test, which Michael said angered God. For the next few months, Michael came up with creative ways of brutalizing and torturing the doubters. This led to the cruel death of 5-year-old Luke Stice. Although Luke’s death was horrendous, it cannot compare to the systematic torture, degradation, and humiliation of James Thimm. Over a period of a few weeks, James was forced into bestiality, starved, and shot. But Michael decided that wasn’t punishment enough for James. So for three days Michael and his followers brutalized James in ways unimaginable. Death had to come as a relief for James because the cruelty this episode discusses is beyond comprehension. Warning: this episode is extremely graphic.
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July 20, 2020

EP41: The Bad Samaritan

On May 27, 1997, 18-year-old Jeremy Strohmeyer was playing games in the arcade of a hotel-casino in Primm, Nevada, about 40 miles south of Las Vegas.  While he is in the arcade, he notices 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson, who is running around the casino unsupervised.  Jeremy and Sherrice start playing hide-and-seek, and their game turns deadly for Sherrice when Jeremy follows her into the ladies’ bathroom. Jeremy’s best friend, David Cash, Jr., who had accompanied Jeremy to the casino that night, follows the two into the bathroom and witnesses the horrors that Sherrice experiences in the last few minutes of her life.  However, David does nothing about it.  Listen to this week’s episode to hear more about the crime and the aftermath caused by the “Bad Samaritan.”

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Sources:

https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=3587&context=flr

 

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1999-oct-16-me-22996-story.html

 

https://coffeeordie.com/homicide-detective-most-gruesome-case/

 

https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/in-strohmeyer-case-bad-samaritan-david-cash-led-to-new-law/#:~:text=%E2%80%9CI'll%20(expletive),without%20pushback%20from%20his%20peers.

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July 13, 2020

EP40: Murphys Creek

In 1974, two Australian nursing students, Lorraine Wilson, and Wendy Evans decided to take some time off from their work and studies to travel around Australia.  Unfortunately for the young women, Lorraine’s car broke down in the middle of their vacation and the repair shop said would take over a week to fix it.  Undeterred, the two decided to hitchhike to Brisbane to spend a week with Lorraine’s sister.  As the days passed Lorraine began to grow more concerned that her car wouldn’t be fixed in time for both women to return to work on October 10, 1974.  On October 6, Lorraine and Wendy couldn’t wait any longer for Lorraine’s car to be done so the two set off on foot, hoping to hitchhike their way back home.  They never made it.  Lorraine’s aunt reported them missing on October 12, 1974, but it would take almost 40 years to discover the truth of what happened to these women.  Although there were at least a dozen bystanders that witnessed the crime and over 10 men who participated in the brutal rapes of the women, fear coupled with mistakes made by authorities, allowed the perpetrators to get away with murder and escape justice.   

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Sources:

Ricochet of Echoes by Eric Wilson

 

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On Friday, July 13, 1990, the body of 32-year-old Barbara George was found in the backroom of her comic book store in Clinton Township, Michigan. Initially, when she was found, it appeared that she had maybe suffered a heart attack or was fatally injured somehow. However, when she was transported to the hospital, a nurse found a bullet wound on her head that had been hidden by her thick hair. Unfortunately, due to lack of physical evidence and very little clues, Barbara’s murder remained unsolved until a cold case unit reignited the investigation and discovered an important clue that had been overlooked.

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Sources:

https://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/2011/11/michael_george_gets_life_in_pr.html

 

https://www.macombdaily.com/news/comic-book-murder-figure-loses-appeal/article_67c64533-e4db-5dd0-b114-260f00346612.html

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/24546594/ns/dateline_nbc-crime_reports/t/closing-book-comic-book-murder/

 

https://patch.com/michigan/clintontwp/dateline-nbc-revisits-comic-book-murder-case-in-clintfb5a7692ca

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