Mia Zapata /// Episodes 135 /// 136

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  • Karen

    Karen SF Bay Area

    I'm a scientist, I use PCR everyday. You did a nice job explaining PCR. 馃槉

    I'm a scientist, I use PCR everyday. You did a nice job explaining PCR. 馃槉

  • John

    John WI

    Nic and Captain peak performance. This case has a little bit of everything. Interesting victim, completely cold case, forensic science, dogged investigators and a resolution! You guys laid everything out in "real time" and gave away nothing. I enjoy your podcast like a short story because I don't know many of these cases. Thanks!

    Nic and Captain peak performance.

    This case has a little bit of everything. Interesting victim, completely cold case, forensic science, dogged investigators and a resolution!

    You guys laid everything out in "real time" and gave away nothing. I enjoy your podcast like a short story because I don't know many of these cases.

    Thanks!

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Thanks Karen and John! Cheers, Nic

    Thanks Karen and John!
    Cheers,
    Nic

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    I am new to this podcast and podcasts in general. I have been binging for a good 2 weeks now. I am a stay at home mom and homeschool my daughter. Believe it or not I am using some of your podcasts to teach her the dangers of the world. She's a young one so she isn't listening along but I appreciate how in depth you guys go into these cases... Thanks for the ideas and the in general knowledge I'm gaining from your podcast!

    I am new to this podcast and podcasts in general. I have been binging for a good 2 weeks now. I am a stay at home mom and homeschool my daughter. Believe it or not I am using some of your podcasts to teach her the dangers of the world. She's a young one so she isn't listening along but I appreciate how in depth you guys go into these cases...

    Thanks for the ideas and the in general knowledge I'm gaining from your podcast!

  • Ben

    Ben Alberta

    Excellent episodes. The only disappointment was the music. As a fan of punk and The Gits I was interested in seeing what The Captain would do with the music as soon as I saw who was being discussed. That's my only complaint and it's pretty minor.

    Excellent episodes. The only disappointment was the music. As a fan of punk and The Gits I was interested in seeing what The Captain would do with the music as soon as I saw who was being discussed.

    That's my only complaint and it's pretty minor.

  • Mark

    Mark Austin

    Nic, the Reverend Horton Heat was not part of the Seattle scene, they are now and have always been, part of the Texas music scene.

    Nic, the Reverend Horton Heat was not part of the Seattle scene, they are now and have always been, part of the Texas music scene.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    My bad. Texas certainly fits them better. They never really "looked Seattle." Actually now that I put some thought into it, I'm not sure why I thought they were from Seattle. Maybe it was more of the timeframe that they got big. Thanks Mark! Nic

    My bad. Texas certainly fits them better. They never really "looked Seattle."
    Actually now that I put some thought into it, I'm not sure why I thought they were from Seattle. Maybe it was more of the timeframe that they got big.
    Thanks Mark!
    Nic

  • Bobby

    Bobby Miami

    Hey Capt, great show just one thing... While there is no argument that Mezquia is a total dirtbag, he is more than likely not "illegal" (ok, I'm not sure if you called him a dirtbag. I may have added that part!). If he arrived in the US in May of 1980, he is probably a "Marielito" who was automatically granted refugee status- whether or not he officially registered and possessed an actual green card doesn't change his status as a lawful permanent resident. Unfortunately, on that day the wind in his jib took him to the Keys and not off into the Atlantic. I'd also venture to guess he didn't possess any official identification or travel documents or else he would have left the country when things got hot. Cheers brosephs and keep up the good work!

    Hey Capt, great show just one thing... While there is no argument that Mezquia is a total dirtbag, he is more than likely not "illegal" (ok, I'm not sure if you called him a dirtbag. I may have added that part!). If he arrived in the US in May of 1980, he is probably a "Marielito" who was automatically granted refugee status- whether or not he officially registered and possessed an actual green card doesn't change his status as a lawful permanent resident. Unfortunately, on that day the wind in his jib took him to the Keys and not off into the Atlantic. I'd also venture to guess he didn't possess any official identification or travel documents or else he would have left the country when things got hot. Cheers brosephs and keep up the good work!

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