Prime Time Crime podcast

Prime Time Crime

Prime Time Crime

Award-winning journalist Katrina Daniel welcomes you to Prime Time Crime — a podcast for true crime fans who want to know what goes on behind-the-scenes of trending and the always classic, true crime stories. What really happened, what do we know, what might be going on in the minds of those involved? Guests include forensic specialists, detectives, psychologists, crime reporters, renowned federal prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys. Join Katrina every Thursday for a deep dive talk about true crime.

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    83. Ghislaine Maxwell on Trial

    27:27

    After years of waiting in jail, the sex trafficking trial of former British Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell began this past week. Testimony came from Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot, as well as one of the accusers who did not share her real name. Maxwell has tried to get out of prison 4 times, offering to renounce her British and French citizenship, promising not to flee the country, offering the government $27.5 million to let her out on bond, Judge Allison Nathan declined each time. McClatchey News service reporter Ben Weider is covering this trial..and he has some great insights to share with Katrina Daniel and listeners. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (LINK) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    82. Behind-the-Scenes of the Ahmaud Arbery & Kyle Rittenhouse Trials

    25:46

    With two of the year’s most high-profile criminal trials wrapped up – the courtroom behavior of the judges and defense attorneys is something to talk about. Our focus is on defense attorney Laura Hougue, for Travis McMichael, who shot and killed Ahmaud Arbery. And, on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial’s Judge Bruce Schroeder. Here to analyze along with Katrina Daniel, Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Rosen and former Federal and State Prosecutor, Dick Gregorie. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    81. Julius Jones: Death Sentence Reversal

    15:39

    On death row for 20 years, Julius Jones's life was spared just hours before set to be executed in an Oklahoma prison. Jones was a 19-year-old college student when he became the primary suspect for the killing of an Oklahoma businessman, Paul Howell. Despite lingering questions of Jones's guilt, he has remained on death row. But now with his sentence commuted, he will no longer be executed, but will still spend his life in prison. Katrina is joined by returning guest Criminal Defense Attorney, Bruce Fleisher, who is an expert of death penalty cases. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/julius-jones-sentenced-reduced-oklahoma-kevin-stitt/#app) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    80. Travis Scott’s Astroworld Concert Tragedy

    20:47

    The frightening tragedy at Houston’s Astroworld, 50,000 people in attendance during the Travis Scott concert. Eight young people lost their lives, including a 9-year-old and a 14-year-old. Concert goers suffocated and trampled to death as the crowd went wild. There is just so much blame to go around. The fire marshals did not shut the concert down, the police and other security did not shut the concert down. The promoters and organizers, Live Nation, did not shut the concert down. Travis Scott? He continued to perform – although he did call out the ambulance that drove through the crowd once he saw it. Scott mentioned that someone had passed out and asked for help, but he never stopped performing. Lawsuits are coming for Travis and company. Katrina Daniel talks with personal injury attorney, Andy Yaffa, about what is expected to happen next. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    79. Kyle Rittenhouse Finally Goes on Trial

    19:47

    On August 25, 2020, after the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Kyle Rittenhouse, shot and killed two men and wounded another during confrontations at two locations. He was armed with a Smith & Wesson M&P15 rifle. Rittenhouse, a then 17-year-old from Antioch, Illinois, said he was there to provide medical aid as he was carrying a medkit. At the first location, Rittenhouse was pursued by a group, including a Kenosha resident Joseph Rosenbaum. A gunshot was fired into the air by a third party, and Rosenbaum lunged at Rittenhouse and attempted to take his rifle. Rittenhouse then fired four times at Rosenbaum, who died shortly afterwards. At the second location, Rittenhouse tripped while fleeing and was kicked by a man. Rittenhouse fired twice at the man, but missed. Protesters approached Rittenhouse while he was still on the ground. Then Silver Lake resident Anthony Huber struck Rittenhouse with a skateboard and struggled for control of his rifle. Rittenhouse then fired at Huber once, killing him. West Allis resident Gaige Grosskreutz then approached Rittenhouse while holding a handgun, and Rittenhouse shot him once, severing his right bicep. Now he is 18, and being tried as an adult, facing homicide and several other serious charges. To help us break down what’s happening in this trial —from a defense point of view— criminal defense attorney Joe Rosenbaum (who ironically has the same name as one of the two men Rittenhouse shot and killed) joins Katrina Daniel for a deep dive into this fast and deadly crime spree. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://abc7chicago.com/kyle-rittenhouse-trial-charges-shooting-kenosha-wisconsin/11191163/) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    78. Seph Lawless — A Master of the Abandoned

    22:05

    The “artivist” known only as Seph Lawless has spent the last ten years photo-documenting the America that was left behind in the throes of economic instability and overall decline—decrepit shopping malls, houses, factories, even amusement parks. On this special Halloween episode, Seph talks about his haunting photographs, videos and his two books; Abandoned Malls of America and Abandoned: Hauntingly Beautiful Theme Parks. Has he ever experienced a ghostly encounter? He’ll talk about that, too. Join Katrina and Seph for a real Halloween treat. Follow Seph on Twitter: @seph_lawless and Instagram: @sephlawless Check out his website: sephlawless.com Check out his books: Abandoned: Hauntingly Beautiful Deserted Theme Parks, Abandoned Malls of America: Crumbling Commerce Left Behind, Autopsy of America: The Journal Entries of Seph Lawless Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    77. Alec Baldwin Rust Shooting: Criminal Charges Possible

    22:03

    The deadly accidental shooting on the set of the Alec Baldwin film Rust, is a perfect storm. Baldwin held the gun and pulled the trigger. A live bullet passed through cinematographer Halyna Hutchins who was behind the camera, and lodged into director Joel Souza’s shoulder. Hutchins did not survive, Souza was injured. So who is responsible? Assistant director Dave Halls who allegedly handed the firearm to Baldwin, armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reid, executive producer Baldwin? The low-budget set was plagued with walk-offs by union crews quickly replaced with non-union workers just hours before the shooting. Katrina Daniel and her guests, criminal defense attorney Michael Rosen, homicide detective Jeff Lewis, discuss how this tragedy could have been prevented and the legal ramifications to be expected. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/27/entertainment/rust-set-press-conference/index.html) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    76. Remains of Brian Laundrie Found

    23:38

    Dental records confirmed that the human remains found in a thickly wooded park in Sarasota County were those of Brian Laundrie, a “person of interest” in the murder of his fiancée, Gabby Petito. Law enforcement had been searching for Brian for five weeks. The very day his father, Chris, joins the search, human remains, a backpack and a journal belonging to Brian were found at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in Sarasota County, Florida. Homicide detective, Jeff Lewis, joins Katrina Daniel to examine the tragic events. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/21/us/brian-laundrie-update-gabby-petito-thursday/index.html) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    75. Megan Lundstrom: Surviving the Horrors of Sex Trafficking

    24:02

    Sex trafficking is one of the most rampant crimes happening right now. Most victims are between the ages of 14 and 17. Katrina’s guest is Megan Lundstrom, who as a young mother, fell into the grips of sex traffickers. She shares her story about how it started, how she escaped, and ended up creating an organization, The Avery Center, helping victims of this terrible crime. If you'd like more information about The Avery Center, you can go to their website, https://theaverycenter.org/, or follow them on Instagram at @theaveryproject. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://youtu.be/LZ5Xb7AdJBI) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com
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    74. Manhunt: Searching for Brian Laundrie

    18:11

    The "most wanted man in America" has been missing for more than two weeks, after leaving his parent’s home in Florida. Chris and Roberta Laundrie took their son camping, just as his girlfriend’s body was found...her death was ruled a homicide. And, Brian never went back. Dozens of sightings have been reported around the Tennessee-North Carolina state line near the Appalachian Trail. On this episode, criminal defense Attorney Bruce Fleisher joins Katrina, as they take us through the twists and turns of the case that has struck at the core of so many. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://www.foxnews.com/us/brian-laundrie-manhunt-christopher-laundrie-myakkahatchee-creek-environmental-park) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com

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