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It was another huge week in the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga as prosecutors and defense attorneys for disbarred lawyer/ accused killer Alex Murdaugh faced off in a courtroom in Florence County, South Carolina – debating several key motions in advance of a scheduled January 2023 trial. The hearing revealed significant new information…
 
In this heavily caffeinated edition of the FITSNews Week In Review we dove right into recent bombshell Murdaugh crime and corruption saga developments. For months informed speculators – ourselves included – have posited it is highly unlikely a few ‘lone wolves’ could have successfully executed the complex financial crimes Alex Murdaugh, Cory Flemin…
 
It was a blustery edition of our popular ‘Week In Review’ program as we filmed the show during amid the arrival of Hurricane Ian – which made landfall near Georgetown, South Carolina on Friday afternoon as a strong category one storm. With the exception of some intense coastal flooding and the destruction of the Pawleys Island pier, Ian’s impact on…
 
Last week, two of my kiddos stopped by the set of our ‘Week In Review’ program. This week, we were graced by the presence of their beautiful mother – who happens to be the chief executive officer of this news outlet. A Prussian princess raised on 9 Mile in Eastpointe, Detroit, Katrina Folks brings the accountability to FITSNews – enabling us to hol…
 
Last week, I predicted the mushrooming Rockstar Cheer scandal was going to wind up being an even bigger story than the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga. Turns out I had no idea how much bigger … Rockstar Cheer went national this week on the strength of a huge federal lawsuit filed by attorneys with the Columbia, S.C.-based Strom Law fir…
 
The FITSNews team was in full plague mode this week, with multiple members of the Folks brood catching a nasty case of Covid-19. Despite this, we were able to provide stellar coverage of the multiple Murdaugh developments, abortion legislation debate, a FOIA smackdown, and much more. I begin the show by breaking down the Murdaugh developments from …
 
Last week, the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga got bumped to the “C-block” – or third section – of our increasingly popular ‘Week in Review’ program. This week the story roared back with a vengeance … and appears poised to produce even more revelations next week. As you can see from our show notes (below), it was a huge week for Murdau…
 
It was another incredibly busy week here at FITSNews – beginning with the bombshell we dropped on South Carolina via our exclusive interview of former Charleston sex worker Lindsey Edwards. Where is Lindsey’s story headed from here? I delved into that in the first block of this edition of the ‘Week In Review.’ Our show also updated readers on the l…
 
Our founding editor Will Folks is back in the chair for this Saturday’s edition of the FITSNews Week in Review! In this episode, we treaded dangerously close to Real Housewives of Greenville territory – delving into the cast of characters tied to the sex scandal surrounding U.S. congressman William Timmons. Missed that drama? Well, “it started with…
 
Happy weekend! In this week’s episode we finally put the partisan primaries in the rear-view mirror, we talk about Joe Cunningham’s struggle to find a female running-mate of color and end with the criminal proceedings that Alex Murdaugh associate Curtis Edward Smith is currently facing. Krystle Matthews won the democratic run-off and is now the par…
 
Its been lonely here at FITSNews HQ this week with our founding editor Will Folks soaking up the rays (and possibly grease from fried fish). Easy, ladies In Will’s absence we’ve pulled out all the stops to put together a great show for you. I’m most excited for you to see the special report put together by our researcher extraordinaire Jennifer Woo…
 
Between this week’s partisan primary elections, a visit from Wesley Donehue and our receipt of dozens of Alex Murdaugh‘s Jailhouse phone calls – this week has been busy. Luckily, Will breaks it all down for us in this episode of the Week in Review. Nancy Mace‘s victory in the first congressional district was the biggest news of Tuesday night, and w…
 
We have been doing the ‘Week in Review’ for nearly half a year now and (incredibly) I have avoided saying anything overtly offensive or cancel-worthy. Until this week … In a failed attempt to insult Reddit users, I wound up doing a patently offensive imitation of Apu from The Simpsons – which is ironic because I was trying to imitate a Farsi accent…
 
I missed last week’s editions of the ‘Week In Review’ due to illness, but executive editor Liz Farrell and special projects director Dylan Nolan filled in admirably … so before diving into this week’s news, I wanted to say a quick ‘thank you’ to them for stepping up. There was a ton of news to cover this week, but I am not naïve enough to think the…
 
It was another busy week at FITSNews as our intrepid researcher Jenn Wood paid a visit to our South Carolina headquarters. Jenn’s ability to effortlessly assemble and piece together information rivals that of Penelope Garcia from Criminal Minds – and you’ll see the fruits of her latest visit in the coming weeks as the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and c…
 
The saga of Bowen Turner dominated headlines this week as the accused teen rapist from Orangeburg, South Carolina was arrested (again) – and as victims and their families used his case to push for long-overdue reform of the Palmetto State’s badly broken “justice” system. The victims’ rights rally at the S.C. State House was a shot across the bow of…
 
The ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga marched on this week with new indictments handed down in connection with the financial crimes component of the investigation. Indictments were issued against the former CEO of Palmetto State Bank, Russell Laffitte – the first time he has been criminally charged – while additional indictments were han…
 
It was a big week for news in South Carolina as Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and Will Folks broke a trio of big exclusives related to the still-unraveling ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga. Will and Liz discussed all of these new developments in depth in our increasingly popular ‘Week in Review’ segment … which recaps the big stories we bro…
 
It was another busy week at FITSNews. And while there was plenty of news, not much of it was new – our crony-capitalist governor saw his Carolina Panthers deal go up in flames and a suspect in the Columbiana Mall mass-shooting was granted bond. Sound familiar? The Palmetto State is no stranger to crony capitalism and judicial leniency. Liz Farrell …
 
It was another tremendously busy week at FITSNews, which made for yet another jam-packed edition of our increasingly popular ‘Week in Review’ segment. We kicked off this week with more coverage of the still-unfolding Bowen Turner saga, which has sparked a national uproar and additional attention on South Carolina’s “Injustice” system. Stay tuned fo…
 
On this week’s episode, our brilliant researcher Jennifer Wood emerged from the Louisiana bayou to grace the Columbia crew with the latest Murdaugh malfeasance, while Morgan Kiser shared with our views the harrowing tale of her family’s experience in a boat crash caused by a drunk boater. In the week’s big news, Will took a shot at S.C. fourteenth …
 
In this week’s expansive show, Will waxed extensively on core functions of government in the aftermath of a recent knife attack at a South Carolina courthouse. He also covered congressional candidate Katie Arrington being accused of satanism and attempted vehicular homicide (yes, you read that right) and threw a few well-chosen jabs at the Universi…
 
In this week’s episode, Will discusses the very latest on the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga – including a recap of one of the first leaked depositions related to this case as well as an update on the legal battle over disgraced former attorney Alex Murdaugh’s jail house telephone calls. We also tease an interview we conducted with a …
 
In this week’s episode, Will sat down with executive editor Liz Farrell to discuss the latest on the ‘Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga – including the legal battle over the release of disgraced former attorney Alex Murdaugh’s jail house telephone call and the latest developments in the quest for accountability over the Palmetto State’s c…
 
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