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  • Slatts McCracker
    Slatts McCracker Syd, Aus
    I hope Joseph was/is rehabilitated otherwise you guys will be featuring him again in an upcoming episode. Best true crime doco: “A Murder in the Park” (2014) - link to trailer below. An unbelievable case and would make a great episode. It involves Anthony Porter who was accused of shooting 2 teenagers in 1982. The storey is so twisted and completely TCG worthy - hope you check out the trailer and consider covering! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3cm7OeaUNJg

    I hope Joseph was/is rehabilitated otherwise you guys will be featuring him again in an upcoming episode.

    Best true crime doco: “A Murder in the Park” (2014) - link to trailer below. An unbelievable case and would make a great episode. It involves Anthony Porter who was accused of shooting 2 teenagers in 1982. The storey is so twisted and completely TCG worthy - hope you check out the trailer and consider covering!
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3cm7OeaUNJg

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    You're right Slatts - 2 times! First on Joseph and second on "A Murder in the Park" - that was on one of my lists for must-watch True Crime I think on my 2017 list. It's a fascinating watch. Any TC doc that is loaded with diagrams and timelines - I'm in! Cheers Nic

    You're right Slatts - 2 times!
    First on Joseph and second on "A Murder in the Park" - that was on one of my lists for must-watch True Crime I think on my 2017 list. It's a fascinating watch. Any TC doc that is loaded with diagrams and timelines - I'm in!
    Cheers Nic

  • Christina
    Christina Waxhaw, NC
    Just starting today's episode. Had to say, Cap, awesome music for the show! Love it!

    Just starting today's episode. Had to say, Cap, awesome music for the show! Love it!

  • RACHEL
    RACHEL O-H-I-O
    This story breaks my heart. This child was failed by his parents, all of them, and like a lump of clay, became exactly what someone else molded him to be. A parent cannot always protect their child from being abused at the hands of another parent, but they can prevent it from happening AGAIN by getting the kids out of the home. And additionally, therapy and counseling should have been implemented immediately to help him work through the trauma. My own children went through CBT after being diagnosed with PTSD from my ex husbands abuse. For 7 years I had a counselor and therapist in my home 1-2 a week after work and on weekends, helping my kids process their trauma. It was challenging, it was hard work, but it was worth every single little inconvenience to give my children the opportunity to heal their wounds so they could develop normally. That's what parents should do.....fight for their kids and sacrifice so that their kids are taken care of and have everything they need. All of my children successfully completed therapy and at the end were no longer somatic for PTSD, and are actually some of the most emotionally intelligent and compassionate people I have ever met, if I do say so myself :). That could have been Joseph's story as well if someone would have given a darn about him. When children suffer abuse, the lines between right and wrong can be blurred, and so I believe some form of disciplinary action was necessary for him, to help establish right and wrong and what proper authority looks like. But ten years is kind of harsh, especially at such a young age. I really hope this baby/kid/young man now, gets the rehabilitation he was denied before this tragedy. But also, is it a tragedy when a hateful racist dies? I don't know. Subject for another day maybe.

    This story breaks my heart. This child was failed by his parents, all of them, and like a lump of clay, became exactly what someone else molded him to be. A parent cannot always protect their child from being abused at the hands of another parent, but they can prevent it from happening AGAIN by getting the kids out of the home. And additionally, therapy and counseling should have been implemented immediately to help him work through the trauma. My own children went through CBT after being diagnosed with PTSD from my ex husbands abuse. For 7 years I had a counselor and therapist in my home 1-2 a week after work and on weekends, helping my kids process their trauma. It was challenging, it was hard work, but it was worth every single little inconvenience to give my children the opportunity to heal their wounds so they could develop normally. That's what parents should do.....fight for their kids and sacrifice so that their kids are taken care of and have everything they need. All of my children successfully completed therapy and at the end were no longer somatic for PTSD, and are actually some of the most emotionally intelligent and compassionate people I have ever met, if I do say so myself smile. That could have been Joseph's story as well if someone would have given a darn about him. When children suffer abuse, the lines between right and wrong can be blurred, and so I believe some form of disciplinary action was necessary for him, to help establish right and wrong and what proper authority looks like. But ten years is kind of harsh, especially at such a young age. I really hope this baby/kid/young man now, gets the rehabilitation he was denied before this tragedy. But also, is it a tragedy when a hateful racist dies? I don't know. Subject for another day maybe.

  • Christina
    Christina Waxhaw, NC
    Btw, just listened to an episode of Criminal yesterday and the topic was on 11-year-old, John Wesley Elkins. On July 17, 1889, he shot and bludgeoned his dad and step-mother. His reason? Chores! http://www.murderbygaslight.com/2016/04/a-boy-murderer.html

    Btw, just listened to an episode of Criminal yesterday and the topic was on 11-year-old, John Wesley Elkins. On July 17, 1889, he shot and bludgeoned his dad and step-mother. His reason? Chores!
    http://www.murderbygaslight.com/2016/04/a-boy-murderer.html

  • John Blythe
    John Blythe Bakersfield CA
    Unfortunately the Inland Empire region of California (San Bernardino and Rivers) has always been a ground of racial tensions between white supremacy as well as African American and Latino gangs. Some people metaphorically call the IE as California’s “Yugoslavia “ or California’s “Northern Ireland” due to the tensions.

    Unfortunately the Inland Empire region of California (San Bernardino and Rivers) has always been a ground of racial tensions between white supremacy as well as African American and Latino gangs. Some people metaphorically call the IE as California’s “Yugoslavia “ or California’s “Northern Ireland” due to the tensions.

  • Helsey
    Helsey sydney Australia
    wow what a start to life 😪 . After Joseph is released i hope he finally gets to live a normal love filled productive life n if he does anyone who cries poor me im an arsehole because of my childhood should be made live a week in a home like Joseph. I truly wish this young lad all the best .

    wow what a start to life 😪 .
    After Joseph is released i hope he finally gets to live a normal love filled productive life n if he does anyone who cries poor me im an arsehole because of my childhood should be made live a week in a home like Joseph.
    I truly wish this young lad all the best .

  • Rachel
    Rachel Utah
    Wait a minute--CPS was called on Jeff over 20 times and the kids still weren't taken away? I know it's hard for kids to be removed from their family but jeez. What does it take for a kid to be taken to safety when someone spends all their time abusing them?

    Wait a minute--CPS was called on Jeff over 20 times and the kids still weren't taken away? I know it's hard for kids to be removed from their family but jeez. What does it take for a kid to be taken to safety when someone spends all their time abusing them?

  • Ryan
    Ryan Conneticut
    Great show. You guys should do a show on alaska serial killer robert Hansen sometime

    Great show. You guys should do a show on alaska serial killer robert Hansen sometime

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Thank you Ryan - yea the butcher baker, the scorecard killer, Hansen would make for a good case. We have it on our list and I'm bumping it up per your suggestion. Cheers Nic

    Thank you Ryan - yea the butcher baker, the scorecard killer, Hansen would make for a good case. We have it on our list and I'm bumping it up per your suggestion.
    Cheers Nic

  • mG
    mG tX
    Saw the title of this episode and thought it was a synopsis of the Republican National Convention.

    Saw the title of this episode and thought it was a synopsis of the Republican National Convention.

  • Jackson Wood
    Jackson Wood Florida
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    Wow man how you get these stories!!! It really made me emotional....This episode was great.

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  • Drew
    Drew Parts Unknown
    Extremely well done on this case guys. Clear cut from the beginning, but as always you guys did an excellent job breaking it down and hitting on the important parts. Like Slatts mentioned above, hopefully Joseph is properly rehabilitated or I'm afraid he will be headed down a path much like his father was. Beer suggestion: Son of Juice from Maplewood Brewing co!!

    Extremely well done on this case guys. Clear cut from the beginning, but as always you guys did an excellent job breaking it down and hitting on the important parts. Like Slatts mentioned above, hopefully Joseph is properly rehabilitated or I'm afraid he will be headed down a path much like his father was.

    Beer suggestion: Son of Juice from Maplewood Brewing co!!

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Thanks, Jackson and Drew! We found this one because 60 minutes did a 13-minute piece on this story in September of 2011. We saw this and thought wow what a powerful story. Powerful that it is thought-provoking and conjures up several different emotions. Cheers Nic

    Thanks, Jackson and Drew!
    We found this one because 60 minutes did a 13-minute piece on this story in September of 2011. We saw this and thought wow what a powerful story. Powerful that it is thought-provoking and conjures up several different emotions.
    Cheers Nic

  • Monica Bee
    Monica Bee No CA
    The music had a Stranger Things vibe. I totally dug it. As a 21 year teacher, the child abuse broke my heart. 💔

    The music had a Stranger Things vibe. I totally dug it. As a 21 year teacher, the child abuse broke my heart. 💔

  • Carrie Joy
    Carrie Joy NY/NC
    I have had this episode in my head for days. I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and grew up with criminal defense attorneys as parents and married into a cop family and this one really floored me. I feel so bad for that kid...what chance did he have? I only hope that the system didn't make it worse. The child abuse really did break my heart. I hope this young man can find a way out of a really bad situation. You guys did a great job on the podcast.

    I have had this episode in my head for days. I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and grew up with criminal defense attorneys as parents and married into a cop family and this one really floored me. I feel so bad for that kid...what chance did he have? I only hope that the system didn't make it worse. The child abuse really did break my heart. I hope this young man can find a way out of a really bad situation. You guys did a great job on the podcast.

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