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For nearly 100 years, one family traded influence and held power in the South Carolina lowcountry until a fatal boat crash involving an allegedly intoxicated heir-apparent shed sunlight on a true crime saga like no-other. Award-winning journalist Mandy Matney has been investigating the Murdaugh family since that fateful night in 2019. The now-infamous Murdaugh family is at the center of a litany of criminal charges for and investigations into fraud, obstruction of justice, the 2021 double ho ...
 
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As we reported in MMP this week, the Judge Hall reversed his earlier order that basically split the "boat crash" case in two and allowed the Murdaughs to indefinitely postpone that trial so Alex could prepare for his speedy murder trial. The Attorney General’s Office told us the murder case still hasn’t been scheduled. While we wait for those cruci…
 
Probate court has played a big role in the way Alex Murdaugh and his cohorts, allegedly, stole millions of dollars from their clients. We wanted to find out all about the South Carolina Probate courts. We talked with SC Judge Jesse S. Cartrette about what type cases probate courts handle. Plus, we asked the judge if the type of stealing we have see…
 
Alex Murdaugh was indicted in July 2022 on charges of murdering his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul. It didn't take long before the legal theatrics of Murdaugh's defense attorneys and the state's prosecutors were on full display. What began amicably with defense attorney Dick Harpootlian seemingly on the same page as head prosecutor Creighton Waters, s…
 
Recent revelations and legal filings have us wondering if investigators are maintaining the momentum needed to hold all of Alex Murdaugh’s alleged conspirators accountable. Or are they taking a page from the Good Ole Boys handbook and hoping that one man’s punishment will get the public to shut up and move on? Mandy and Liz share their take on jour…
 
Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and Eric Bland talk about the shocking decision from Russell Laffitte’s defense team to put him on the stand and their decision to have Russell’s wife address the court. Plus insight on how the justice system can be different for a privileged person like Russell Lafftte. Will Russell Laffitte really go to trial in November…
 
Russell Laffitte and his wife, Susie, gave an epically tone-deaf performance in an effort to get one of his two ankle monitors removed earlier this month. Mandy and Liz take a hard look at a recently released transcript of what went down in federal court on Sept. 6. What should have been a run-of-the-mill hearing, was anything but as Russell and Su…
 
On the surface, there was nothing remarkable about Larry Lavin. He lived in a quiet neighborhood with his wife and family, drove a Volvo, and practiced dentistry in Philadelphia. But, from 1978 to 1984, Dr. Lavin ran one of the largest cocaine enterprises on the entire eastern seaboard. Through the voices and perspectives of law enforcement, drug r…
 
There are now three people that the state is trying to tie to Alex Murdaugh and his alleged drug dealing. The NY Post brings the Walterboro Cowboys gang back up in the conversation. Our legal analyst, John Snyder, joins us to talk about the latest in the Mallory Beach boating fatality. He walks us through the details from A Wall Street Journal arti…
 
In this episode, we caught up with Stephen’s mother, the wonderful and resilient Sandy Smith, and Mike Hemlepp, Jr., the Columbia attorney who stepped up to help after Sandy’s previous attorney let her down. We asked Sandy and Mike where things with the case stood and how they felt about everything. While the case gained some momentum last year aft…
 
Disclaimer: This episode contains language that some people may find offensive. In our first ever “Cup Of Justice” bonus episode of the Murdaugh Murders Podcast, Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and Eric Bland unpack some big questions in the Murdaugh double homicide case. When will the trial for the murders of Maggie & Paul Murdaugh actually happen? What…
 
Dr. Shari Schwartz, a forensic psychologist, talks about her experience talking with murderers and alleged murderers. Are there any similarities with Alex Murdaugh's alleged behavior? What does a forensic pathologist do? Shari explains what red flags may appear before a person commits terrible crimes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcast…
 
What happened to the money? The big picture is coming into focus as several new revelations surrounding Alex Murdaugh were revealed this week, including our latest discovery of how Alex is connected to an alleged Colleton County drug dealer. Russell Laffitte’s battle to have one of his two ankle monitors removed leads to more shocking details comin…
 
Law enforcement divers searched a river and area near where the murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh occured. Why now? Why there? Alex's attorney said he was at his mother's house at the time of the murders. We talk to a Sara Holstein Graves, a Hampton historian, and genealogist, about what route Alex would have taken from the murders to his mom's h…
 
Monday’s pre-trial motion hearing in Alex Murdaugh's murder case was fiery and dramatic… even for this case. In Episode 59, Mandy, Liz & David unpack all of the very complicated details that legacy media failed to mention. You'll also hear Mandy and Liz share some personal news about their recent departure from FITSNews and the team will tell you a…
 
Reporter, John Monk, reveals what his source tells him what they saw on Paul Murdaugh's camera from the night of the murders. Dick Harpootlian subpoenas SLED over leaks. Our legal analyst, John Snyder, breaks down what has been going on in this case and what may come next. Cousin Eddie is transferred from Alex Murdaugh's jail. We learn Alex , alleg…
 
Alex Murdaugh's attorney, Dick Harpootlian, holds a press conference claiming the prosecution hasn't turned over the evidence against Alex in a timely manner. He also accuses the district attorney's office of leaking information to the press. Cousin Eddie attends a hearing to decide if his bond should be revoked. A new character enters the saga, an…
 
This last week was another roller coaster of insanity in the Murdaugh Murders Saga. Murdaugh’s defense team has amped up their strategy to fool the public and create chaos in the double homicide case and - per usual - mainstream media is happily helping them with that. Mandy, Liz & David poured through a pile of documents filed in the last week – a…
 
Just when you think the Murdaugh saga can’t get any worse, along comes Greg Parker.... An owner of a chain of local convenience store is estimated to have spent millions to minimize his liability in the Mallory Beach wrongful death case and has aimed his ire toward the people with the least amount of power. In this episode Mandy & Liz take a look a…
 
We talk about the latest in the battle of attorneys in a civil case related to photos of Mallory Beach's body that ended up on the internet and in a TV special. Both sides claim the other leaked the photos, and subpoenas went out asking about communication between an attorney and news outlets and reporters. Jay Bender, the expert on SC Freedom of I…
 
The Plyler sisters were just little girls when Alex Murdaugh and Russell Laffitte entered their world. Now, more than 15 years later, they are discovering all the ways these two men (allegedly) secretly enriched themselves off their settlement money. We talk with Alania Plyler about what it was like having Russell Laffitte as her conservator and th…
 
During the hearing for Alex Murdaugh's murder charge, the State and his defense team agreed on a gag order for all motions filed by either side. The Judge decided to reject their proposal. Our legal analyst, John Snyder, explains to us what that means. John also discusses whether he believes Murdaugh will face the death penalty, what the Slayer Sta…
 
Today we take a deeper dive into how former Hampton County attorney Alex Murdaugh and former Palmetto State Bank CEO Russell Laffitte allegedly defrauded a deceased quadriplegic man — and then tried to cover their tracks. We show once again that there is no “bottom” in the world of South Carolina’s good ole boys. Also on the episode, Liz Farrel giv…
 
We discuss the latest leaks on what happened the night Maggie and Paul Murdaugh were murdered. People Magazine and the Wall Street Journal wrote about things they have uncovered about that fateful night. We see contradictions in information that was released earlier and what came out recently. A lot of things don't line up for us. Plus, we talk wit…
 
We believe the entire system is on trial here. And it’s time the Attorney General’s office starts understanding that citizens of South Carolina demand transparency and zealous attention to restore public faith. In this episode we take a deep dive into the perplexing prosecution strategies and deliberate defense strategies swirling around the variou…
 
In the last seven days, we’ve been very busy at the Murdaugh Murders Podcast. Alex Murdaugh was officially charged in the double homicide of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. Bowen Turner’s probation was revoked. Alex Murdaugh’s bond was denied. And Russell Laffitte was federally indicted. All of these things are a big deal. In this special breaking episod…
 
Seton was in the courtroom as Alex Murdaugh plead not guilty to four charges, including the murder of his wife and youngest son. Our legal analyst, John Snyder helps us breakdown want happened. Seton gives us insight on what it was like in the courtroom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
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