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Murderous Minors

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 80: Trouble Bound - Nathan Ybanez/Erik Jensen | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1806

On June 5, 1998, 15-year-old Erik Ybanez killed his mother, 43-year-old Julie Ybanez, at their home in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. His friend, 17-year-old Erik Jensen, was present when the murder took place, and their trials took played out under the shadow of the Columbine massacre.Brought to you by BEST FIENDS!Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.bensound.comSources:Frontline - When Kids Get Life Roberts, “Erik Jensen’s real-life horror story could get a new chapter.” May 22, 2019. Roberts, “Erik Jensen resentencing for witnessing juvie murder marked by tears, excuses.” May 23, 2019. Roberts, “Inside the twenty-year fight that led to Erik Jensen’s release date.” January 30, 2020. Nicholson, The Denver Post. “Hickenlooper orders clemency for 33 Colorado offenders, including 7 men convicted of murder.” Abeyta. “Prisoner receives new sentence following Higlands Ranch murder.” May 22, 2019. Abeyta. “Thankful for the opportunity’: Erik Jensen ready for second chance after being released from prison.” March 5, 2020. Solotaroff, Rolling Stone. “Can Nate Ybanez ever be forgiven?” Retrieved from Moffeit, the Denver Post. “Scars of abuse revealed.” February 20, 2006. Collins, Vice. “Inside the west Texas sanctuary for kids who killed their parents.” April 27, 2016. Dispatch,...

 Introducing: Dr. Death Season 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 279

If someone you love is diagnosed with cancer you want them to get the best treatment from the best doctors. In 2013, patients in Michigan thought Farid Fata was that doctor. Between his prestigious education, years of experience and pleasant bedside manner, Fata was everything you could want in a doctor. But he was not who he appeared to be. From Wondery, this is the story of hundreds of patients in Michigan, a doctor, and a poisonous secret.Laura Beil, returns with a second season of the award-winning series “Dr Death.”Listen today at

 79: Brutal - Hammer Killings (Christopher Churchill; Jordin Roache; Raphael Angel Vargas) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1890

This week on Murderous Minors, we cover 3 brutal hammer murders, including the murder of 14-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill by 16-year-old neighbor Jordin Roache in Bedford, Texas; the murder of Bryan H. Walker by 16-year-old Raphael Angel Vargas in Chesterfield, Virginia and the murders of Jonathan Lloyd, Debra Smith and her 3 young children in Noble, Illinois, by 16-year-old Christopher Churchill.This episode is brought to you by Best Fiends.Music: We Talk of DreamsSources:Teresa Puente, Chicago Tribune. “Town fets dose of ‘90s reality: 5 brutal killings.” February 17, 1998. Puente, Chicago Tribune. “Judge tolls names of 5 victims as teen is charged.” February 18, 1998. Pearson, AP. “Killing was stress reliever, defendant told police.” March 9. 1999.“Teen convicted in hammer killings of 5.” March 13, 1999.“Teen sentenced for 5 killings.” April 29, 1999. Douglass and Jackie Monroe, WFIE. “Illinois man serving life sentences for killings could be resentenced.” April 14, 2016. warrant Zakalik, Todd Under and Marjorie Owens. “Body in landfill identified as missing Bedford teen.” June 23, 2017. Gordon, September 1, 2017. “Teen detained in death of 14-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill in Bedford.”“Teen suspected of killing Bedford girl will remain in jail.” September 5, 2017.“North Texas teen to be...

 78: Cousins (Charles Lamar Alexander) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1277

On September 21, 2020, authorities allege that 15-year-old Charles Lamar Alexander shot and killed his 'uncle,' 46-year-old Corey Smith, respected educator and beloved football coach at Miami Senior High School, in Miami, Florida. Charles Alexander is the son of Lamar Alexander, one of the instigators of the 2019 UPS truck hijacking that left Frank Ordonez and Rick Cutshaw dead. This episode is brought to you by Best Fiends and make sure to check out Murderific True Crime Podcast hosted by my friend Bern in the state of Maine- available everywhere.Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comSources: Ian Margol, Andrea Torres. “FDLE’s update on probe: 20 officers fire weapons during fatal shooting.” March 6, 2020. Scheinthal. “Family of UPS driver killed in Miramar shootout speaks out amid lawsuit to 6 agencies.” October 8, 2020. J. Neal. “Civilian victims in UPS truck shootout sue Miami-Dade police, FHP and 4 other agencies.” September 16, 2020. K. Lee. “In UPS-hijacking gun battle in Florida that killed two, nearly 200 shots were fired.” December 19, 2020. Gomez Licon, Terry Spencer, Curt Anderson. “Slain UPS driver’s family questions police response to chase.” December 6, 2019. Case, Jack Lowenstein. “Robber killed after stealing UPS truck did similar crime in 2008.” December 6, 2020. Johnson. “Chase, shootout involving UPS truck in Florida lead to 4 deaths.” December 6, 2019.

 77: Mississippi Born (George Carley; Aaron Dale Greenlee; Joshua Charles Miller) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2211

Early 90’s Mississippi saw a bizarre cluster of murders by teens, including the shooting deaths of Joe and Sue Carley by the 14-year-old adopted son George Ogden Carley; the murder of Sheila Greenlee by her 15-year-old son Aaron Greenlee; and the murder of 13-year-old Kristen Aultman by her 14-year-old ex-boyfriend Joshua Charles Miller. Also covered are the cases of Steven McGilberry, Marvin McClendon, Michael Larry Knight, and Shannon Garrison, Melissa Garrison & Allen Goul.Brought to you by Best Fiends!Music:We Talk of DreamsSources:WLOX, July 1, 2002. “Player in shocking coast murder dies.”, June 22, 2017. “Appeals court upholds life sentence for convicted killer.” (AP), December 28, 1993. “Bond set for teens charged in slaying.” Angeles Times, January 30, 1995. “Issues of bias against black suspect, gay victims surface in Miss. murder case.” Baker, Biloxi Sun Herald. January 23, 2020. “Stephen McGilberry to remain in jail for murder of MS family.” Davis Maute, Hattiesburg American. “Teenager gets two life sentences,” March 21, 1997. Davis Maute, Hattiesburg American. “Suspect breaks down,” March 18, 1997. Davis Maute, Hattiesburg American. “Ellisville teen’s murder trial set to begin Aug. 26,” August 9, 1996. Davis Maute, Hattiesburg American. “Accused teen had history of mental illness,” March 28, 1995. Davis Maute, Hattiesburg American. Double murder leaves neigbors shocked, confused and disbelieving,” March 28, 1995.

 76: Femicide - The Murder of Haley Anderson (Orlando Tercero) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1824

On March 8, 2009, 22-year-old Orlando Tercero strangled fellow SUNY Binghamton nursing student Haley Anderson to death in his off-campus residence in Binghamton, New York. He then fled to Nicaragua, where he held dual citizenship, leading to his arrest and prosecution there for the crime of femicide. Brought to you by Best Fiends!Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comSources:Sasha Hupka, “Orlando Tercero named as suspect in Haley Anderson homicide.” March 12, 2018. Fenton and Max Jaeger, New York Post. “Murdered nursing student was mired in love triangle.” March 13, 2018. Lotto Persio, “Nursing student Haley Anderson murder update: Ex-boyfriend arrested in Niaragua.” March 14, 2018. Hupka, “Tercero suspected of slashing Anderson’s tires last year, police report says.” March 16, 2018. Hupka, “As witnesses testify, Nicaraguan prosecutors say former BU student Orlando Tercero killed Anderson out of jealousy.” October 1, 2019. Borelli, “Schumer: Use ‘all available diplomatic influence’ to extradite Tercero from Nicaragua. March 16, 2018. Borelli, “Haley Anderson murder trial begins in Nicaragua: How Broome is participating.” October 1, 2019. Borelli, “How Haley Anderson’s family watch Orlando Tercero murder trial in Nicaragua.” October 22, 2019. Gonzalez, “Orlando Tercero appeals sentencing for murder of Haley Anderson.” March 12, 2020.

 Wondery presents Clickbait with Bachelor Nation | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 366

Everyone loves a good bit of gossip. Go inside the juiciest stories on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation. Hosts Tayshia Adams, Hannah Ann Sluss and Joe Amabile, know what it's like to live in the spotlight. They’ve seen that fame can mean being praised, adored, and sabotaged. Sometimes all in the same day!On Click Bait, they share what they’ve learned from their wild days at Bachelor Mansion to bring you a new kind of celebrity news podcast. Each week, they break down the biggest stories in pop culture -- dissecting every outrageous headline, debunking every celebrity rumor, and sorting through what’s truly Click Bait and what’s real. And with these three, the arguments about Hollywood scandals will be as dramatic as the headlines themselves.Subscribe today:

 Wondery Presents Even The Rich: The Kennedys | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 306

On July 19th, 1969, Senator Edward Kennedy, scion of the greatest political dynasty in modern America, drove his Oldsmobile into a pond. He escaped. But his passenger, a woman named Mary Jo Kopechne, drowned. In the days that followed, he leveraged the Kennedy political machine to shield himself from scrutiny and safeguard his presidential aspirations. As the investigation progressed, his story about the events leading up to the crash started to fall apart. Soon he faced accusations that not even the Kennedys could overcome. This season of Even the Rich tells the story of Chappaquiddick, listen now at

 75: Kenosha - Kyle Rittenhouse | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1717

On August 25, 2020, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse is alleged to have shot and killed 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum and 26-year-old Anthony Huber, while armed and patrolling protests in downtown Kenosha, Wisconsin. The police shooting of Jacob Blake two days before sparked days of protests throughout the community, and the country.This episode is brought to you Best FiendsMusic:We Talk of DreamsSources:Video: Brendan Gutenschwager; Twitter @bgonthesceneVideo: The Daily Caller; Twitter @RichieMcG complaint: Rogan, Kenosha News. “Rittenhouse attorney’s won’t say who invited teen to protect property; Kenosha dealership owner says it wasn’t him.” September 13, 2020. Fechner, Spectrum News 1. “Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorneys claim self-defense in Kenosha shootings.” August 29, 2020. Hughes, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Kenosha businesses, Department of Corrections building burned to the ground, countless others vandalized.” August 25, 2020. Loehrke, George Petras, Ramon Padilla, USA Today. “Jacob Blake shooting: Timeline of Kenosha’s violence and death.” August 31, 2020. baca, Rob Elgas, Alexis McAdams, ABC7. “Antioch teen Kyle Rittenhouse appears in court on murder charges for Kenosha protest shooting, lawyers say he acted in self-defense.” August 28, 2020. Gunn, Wisconsin Examiner. “A ‘call to arms’ that filled Kenosha with combat weapons.” August 27, 2020. Barton, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Witnesses describe the night Kyle Rittenhouse opened fire during protests after the shooting of Jscob Blake in Kenosha.” August 31, 2020.

 Minisode: Exiled- An FLDS Murder - Parley Jeffs Dutson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 975

On April 7, 2007, FLDS ‘Lost Boy’ Parley Jeffs Dutson killed his 15-year-old girlfriend Kara Hopkins, in West Jordan, Utah, while under the influence of alcohol and shrooms. Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comSources: Thomson, Deseret News. “Man sentenced in girlfriend’s homicide,” December 10, 2009. Hunt, The Salt Lake Tribune. “Juror’s rape gets murder conviction tossed,” May 28, 2009. Reavy, Deseret News. “Evaluation ordered for convicted ‘Lost Boy’,” August 22, 2008.

 74: Show and Tell - Troy Kell - Sandy Shaw | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1908

On September 29, 1986 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Cotton Kelly aka James Thiede was gunned down by 18-year-old Troy Kell and 17-year-old Billy Merritt, when asked by 15-year-old Sandy Shaw to rough him up. Kell would go on to murder Lonnie Blackmon in prison, and the security camera footage of the incident went on to form the basis of the film ‘Gladiator Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder.’Thanks to Daniel Gleason, and for more information visit Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comSources: Innocence (George Knapp interview) Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder Journal (AP). October 9, 1986, p. 54 (F2).Hazelton-Standard-Speaker (AP). April 25, 1979. p. 13.The Salt Lake Tribune (AP). October 26, 1984. p. 12A.Philadelphia Daily News (AP). September 26, 1984. p. 18.C.G. Wallace. Reno Gazette-Journal (AP). May 23, 2003. p. 11C.Reno Gazette-Journal. October 9, 1988. p. 1D.Reno Gazette-Journal. October 10, 1991. P. 1B.Las Vegas Review Journal. ‘Show and Tell Killer Paroled’. September 11, 2007. Vegas Sun. April 30, 1999. ‘Veteran deputy DA may have tried his last case.’ Daily Free Press (AP). ‘You killer considered for parole after 10 years.’ June 27, 1996. Sheehan, Las Vegas Sun. ‘After 21 year on hold, she’s ready for life.’ March 17, 2008. German, March 20, 2008. ‘A little late, witness in show and tell figure’s trial recants his testimony.’ Zane Pinnock. ‘10 Facts About The Most Dangerous Man In Nevada’. January 17, 2020. Carlisle, Salt Lake CIty Tribune. From one side of glass, condemned killer marries. December 10, 2010. Dark, Salt Lake CIty Weekly. ‘Prison Made: From convicted murderer to in-house prison reformer, Paul Payne's not done fighting for his life.’

 Conversation with author Robert Rand - The Menendez Murders (live stream audio) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2383

August 20th marked the 31st anniversary of the murders of businessman Jose Menendez and his wife Kitty in Beverly Hills, California, and Emmy Award winning reporter Robert Rand joined me on my live stream, to give us an inside look at his 31 years covering the case. He culminated his decades of work into the Menendez Murders: The Shocking Untold Story of the Menendez Family and the Killings That Stunned the Nation, his 2018 novel which was the primary source for Law and Order: True Crime: The Menendez Murders, an 8 part miniseries which aired on NBC in 2017. You can also find him on ABC 20/20’s “Truth and Lies: The Menendez Brothers” and Dateline NBC’s “Unthinkable: The Menendez Murders,” as well as ‘How It Really Happened’ with Hill Harper on HLN.Since this is livestream audio, there is a delay in the audio so there are a few instances where I appear to speak over my guest. So I apologize in advance, and I hope you enjoy the interesting information Robert shares with us after knowing and reporting on the brothers for over 30 years.Buy the book here: the miniseries here: Talk of Dreams

 73: Super Predator - Miller v. Alabama - Evan Miller | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2336

On July 16, 2003, 14-year-old Evan Miller and his 16-year-old friend Colby Smith beat 52-year-old father of three Cole Cannon in his home, before attempting to cover their tracks with fire.His case would end up at the Supreme Court, along with those of Kuntrell Jackson, and later Henry Montgomery, all leading to landmark decisions, with Terence Graham having helped paved their way. Supreme Court decisions in Jackson v. Hobbs (2012), Graham v. Florida (2010), and Montgomery v. Louisiana (2016) are also discussed. This episode brought to you by Best Fiends, the unique and challenging puzzle game - download today!Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planetSources:

 72: Dying Words - Tabitha Buck - Michelle Lambert - Lawrence Yunkin | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2267

On December 20, 1990, 16-year-old Laurie Show was killed in her Lancaster County, Pennsylvania home, and 17-year-old Tabitha Buck, Lisa Michelle Lambert, and Lawrence Yunkin were ultimately arrested for the murder. Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comSources:Overkill by Lyn Riddle

 Interview with author Josh Suchon (Live stream audio) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3035

July 23, 2020 interview with Josh Suchon, author of Murder in Pleasanton: Tina Faelz and the Search for Justice.Music:We Talk of


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