Alex Murdaugh At Moselle During Murders, Bowen Turner Case Not Closed - Week in Review
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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 broke (or covered) over the previous seven days.
We also took a closer look at the latest developments in the still-unfolding Bowen Turner saga – with Farrell and Folks offering their takes on where that story could be headed. Also, I am continuing to work on our documentary of the Bowen Turner saga as a case study in South Carolina’s “injustice system.”
Finally, there’s a new sheriff in the South Carolina House of Representatives – but unlike the “Queen’s coronation” coverage provided by the Palmetto State’ mainstream media, Will came loaded for bear when it comes to assessing his potential impact on a host of important outcomes in the Palmetto State.
Here are the show notes and don’t forget you can now access the show on Apple and Spotify …
High-Velocity Impact Spatter Directly Ties Alex Murdaugh To Double Homicide, Sources Say
Maggie Murdaugh Was ‘Lured’ To Moselle On The Night Of Her Murder, Sources Say
Murdaugh Murders: Grand Jury Was Probing Alex Murdaugh’s Finances Prior To Moselle Homicides
What Can Blood Spatter Tell Us? Forensic Expert Explains
Alex Murdaugh Paid $110K For A Funeral Home In 2020? That Seems … Unusual
BOWEN TURNER NOT OFF THE HOOK YET?
Bowen Turner Saga: It’s Not Over
Bowen Turner Case: Family Of Dallas Stoller Launches Petition
Solicitor Seeks Sanctions For Bowen Turner’s Numerous And Flagrant Violations
STATE HOUSE SHAKE UP
South Carolina House: The Dominos Are About To Fall
South Carolina State House: Meet The New Boss
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