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“48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty takes you inside true-crime investigations like no one else, taking on killers and those accused of crimes. This season she delves into the labyrinth of crime within families and the secrets that kept them together or tore them apart. Moriarty brings almost three decades of experience as a lawyer and reporter involved in murder cases — she brushes past the speculation to the evidence and talks to the people directly involved, including investigators and the families of victims. Follow along Erin's journey as she goes beyond the scene of each crime, behind prison walls, and into the killers' inner thoughts. It’s all on this season of “My Life of Crime”.

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When Marty Tankleff was convicted for murdering his parents in 1990, some people still had their doubts about his guilt, including Jay Salpeter, a retired detective turned private investigator. Jay found a new witness who claimed he was the getaway driver for two hitmen who had been hired to murder the Tankleffs. After nearly two decades behind bars, Marty finally got another shot at freedom. In this season finale, Erin Moriarty and retired 48 Hours producer Gail Zimmerman discuss the conclusion of Marty Tankleff's wrongful conviction case and why it's one of the most memorable stories they've ever reported.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On September 6, 1988, a wealthy couple, Seymour and Arlene Tankleff, were brutally attacked and killed in their home on Long Island, New York. The main suspect was their 17-year-old son, Marty, who was the sole survivor in the house. Detective James McCready was convinced Marty was to blame and prepared a written statement for him to admit he killed his parents. But the physical evidence at the crime scene didn't match the murder weapons described in Marty's so-called confession. Erin Moriarty and retired 48 Hours producer Gail Zimmerman go behind the scenes on a case that spanned nearly two decades and was one of the first wrongful conviction stories they worked on.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The DNA Sleuth

The DNA Sleuth

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A retired attorney in California revolutionized the field of crime fighting — all from her home. Barbara Rae-Venter identified the notorious Golden State Killer as Joseph James DeAngelo thanks to investigative genetic genealogy, a technique using DNA to build the family tree of the killer. Barbara recalls how a hobby turned into an unexpected career and how her work has been able to help other cold case victims finally find justice with the help of genetic genealogy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jim Krauseneck's first wife, Cathy, was found dead in 1982 with an ax in her head. 40 years later, Jim was accused of her murder. One of the coldest cases in the country to go on trial took decades to solve... and tore apart a family. Erin Moriarty goes behind-the-scenes of Jim's trial, from Dr. Michael Baden's opinion on the estimated time of death to fourth wife Sharon Krauseneck's steadfast faith in her husband. Eventually, Jim's fate came down to key details about what occurred that night. Erin takes you deeper into the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Brighton Axe Murder".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sometimes the person you love isn't who you think they are. Sharon Krauseneck says she and her husband Jim were happily married. But in 2016, to Sharon's surprise, her husband's alleged dark past caught up to him. In 1982, Jim's first wife, Cathy, was murdered with an ax lodged in her head. The case went cold until a well-known forensic pathologist shed new light on crucial evidence 34 years later. Erin takes you deeper into the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Brighton Axe Murder".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On September 13th, 2006, a woman's body was found floating in Newport Beach Harbor in California. It was 56-year-old Barbara Mullenix, who had been stabbed more than 50 times--a sign detectives said meant she likely knew her killer. Detectives at first looked at her ex-husband Bruce, but soon moved their focus to her daughter Rachael and her boyfriend Ian Allen, as the evidence led investigators to an unthinkable conclusion. Erin takes you deeper into the "48 Hours" investigation, "Lady in the Harbor".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In 2021, Wisconsin native Chandler Halderson reported that his parents, Bart and Krista, went missing after the July 4th holiday weekend. A week later, authorities found their dismembered remains, and information from his girlfriend's Snapchat account linked Chandler's location to one of the murders. But why would a son be driven to such lengths to kill his parents? Erin Moriarty dives into the secrets Chandler was hiding leading up to the murders, and the bizarre jailhouse texts between him and his girlfriend, in the conclusion of the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Snapchat Clue".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
How far are some people willing to go to keep a secret? In 2021, Chandler Halderson told police that his parents, Bart and Krista, were missing after a trip to their family cabin north of Windsor, Wisconsin for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. But Chandler became a prime suspect after lying about his activities in the days leading up to the holiday. Police then got a final break in the case from Chandler's girlfriend, whose account on the popular social media app, Snapchat, tracked Chandler’s location to a remote spot along the Wisconsin River during the time of his parent’s disappearance. When deputies searched the area, they made a gruesome discovery. Erin Moriarty takes you even deeper into the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Snapchat Clue".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In November 2012, Daniel DeWild was on trial for murdering his ex-wife, Heather. With the help of his twin brother, David DeWild, they thought they could commit the perfect crime if they kept their mouths shut. But what happens when one twin turns on the other? Who will the jury believe? Erin continues the investigation and examines the research that went into Heather’s homicide, a torn jury’s considerations, and defense attorney Tom Ward’s suggestions that David, not Daniel, may be the twin to blame. Erin Moriarty takes you deeper into the conclusion of the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Devil's Twin".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In July of 2003, 30-year-old Heather DeWild vanished after visiting her soon-to-be ex-husband Daniel DeWild's home. From the beginning, Heather's family suspected Daniel of harming her, especially when they learned he was angry about having to pay child support for his and Heather's two children. Investigators soon focused not only on Daniel, but also his identical twin brother, David. While Daniel was not forthcoming, investigators were convinced David had something to say, but could police break through their tight twin bond? What could cause a person, or persons, to destroy their family? Erin Moriarty takes you even deeper into the "48 Hours" investigation, "The Devil's Twin".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
"48 Hours'' correspondent Erin Moriarty is exploring some of the most baffling crimes: those that occur within families. From a teenager convicted of murdering her own mother, to a husband who said he discovered his wife with an ax in her head, Erin is taking a closer look at the secrets that can tear families apart. Follow along Erin's journey as she delves deeper into each case, and sometimes, even into the killers' inner thoughts. With almost three decades of experience as a lawyer and reporter investigating murder cases, Moriarty carefully examines the evidence and talks to the people directly involved, including law enforcement and the families of victims. It's all on season 4 of "My Life of Crime". New episodes every Wednesday.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On November 7th, 2007, 33-year-old Lina Kaufman was found dead in her Florida home on the bathroom floor. Her husband, Adam Kaufman, called 911 while trying to revive her. Seventeen months passed with no answers for the cause of her death, until Adam was suddenly arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Medical experts pointed to physical evidence of strangulation, while Adam’s defense attorneys speculated about an allergic reaction to a spray tan. Yet unbeknownst to either side, the truth was hidden much deeper than they could see initially. Erin Moriarty takes you even deeper into the 48 Hours episode, “Lina’s Heart”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Clark Rockefeller has been unmasked as a German man named Christian Gerhartsreiter. In Part 2 of “The Long Con”, he goes on trial for the murder of his former neighbor John Sohus, but the prosecution has little to no direct evidence implicating Gerhartsreiter. They also lack an obvious motive. Why would a conman like Gerhartsreiter commit murder and risk blowing his own cover? And after the trial, Erin Moriarty sits down with Gerhartsreiter to continue exploring the question behind it all: Who was Clark Rockefeller, really? Erin Moriarty takes you even deeper into the 48 Hours episode, “aka Rockefeller”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In 2008, a man named Clark Rockefeller was arrested in Boston for kidnapping his daughter during a custody dispute with his ex-wife. He claimed to be of the New York Rockefellers, but the problem was, there were no records of him anywhere. At the same time, authorities in Connecticut and California had begun to connect the dots between “Clark Rockefeller” and “other men” who all seemed to be related to the disappearance of a California couple more than 20 years prior. Who was Clark Rockefeller, really? Erin Moriarty takes you deeper into the 48 Hours episode, “aka Rockefeller”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On April 24th, 2018, then 39-year-old Shanti Cooper was found dead in a bathtub at home. Her husband, Dave Tronnes, called 911 saying he found her floating in the tub when he got home. Dave tells police he thinks that Shanti had slipped or fallen in the tub, but detectives believe she was extensively beaten based on the injuries to her body. There was also the issue of their home renovation, which Shanti had fronted all the money for despite Dave not including her on the property deed. Plus, detectives also discover a secret life Dave Tronnes had been living. Erin Moriarty takes you deeper into the 48 Hours episode, “Home Renovation Homicide”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Boxing legend Arturo Gatti is found dead on the floor of an apartment while on vacation in Brazil. His family suspects his wife, Amanda Rodrigues, who they think is after his estate, when Arturo is found dead with a pool of blood and a purse strap beside him. But police think he hung himself with her purse strap. Erin Moriarty takes you deeper into the 48 Hours episode, "Arturo Gatti's Last Fight”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In May of 2019, Jennifer Dulos, a 52-year-old Connecticut mother of five, suddenly disappeared. Authorities began to suspect her estranged husband Fotis Dulos, who had started an affair with another woman. The couple had been in a costly divorce battle and Fotis had lost physical custody of their children. When initially questioned by police, Fotis gave police access to his cell phone, and the investigation took off. Based on the 48 Hours investigation, "What Does the Other Woman Know? The Disappearance of Jennifer Dulos".See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In March of 2010, 34-year-old Jamie Laiaddee goes missing from a Phoenix, Arizona suburb. Ten weeks pass before anyone begins to worry. Investigators zero in on her boyfriend, Bryan Stewart, who, as it turns out, doesn’t exist. Who is Bryan Stewart, really? And can the police trust his story, that he helped Jamie disappear? Bryan claims that Jamie is alive and doesn’t want to be found, but detectives have their own theories about what really happened to her. Based on the 48 Hours investigation, “The Stranger Beside Me”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On the evening of April 7th, 2006, Matt Baker, a Baptist preacher from the small town of Hewitt, Texas, goes out to get gas and rent a movie for the night. When he returns home, he finds his wife, Kari Baker, dead in bed with a suicide note nearby. Local authorities rule it a suicide and the case is closed. But Linda Dulin, Kari's mother, and her family don't believe it and hire attorney Bill Johnston and his team of investigators to look into the circumstances of Kari's death. Matt maintains he had nothing to do with Kari's death, even as his story seems to unravel. Based on the 48 Hours investigation, “Dirty Little Secrets”.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Erin Moriarty revisits her investigation into a double murder committed by then 15-year-old Daniel Marsh, who has just been granted permission to appeal his prison sentence. An elderly couple is stabbed to death in their Davis, California home, with no evidence left behind. But months later, cops receive a phone call that places suspicion squarely on a former local hero. Based on the 48 Hours investigation, “Portrait of a Killer”. Contains strong language and graphic depictions of violence.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Saint Pete Girl

This is difficult to listen to. He is annoying; he has an answer for everything and tries to control the interview. Can’t he be sent back to Germany?

Oct 19th
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bluehaze73

there is a special real special place in hell for peace of shits like these ppl just like that cunt that got emite till killed I hope there is a reverse pineapple getting rammed up her racist ass in hell

Aug 12th
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bluehaze73

This confederate flag loving judge is the dumbest person i've ever heard

Aug 11th
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bluehaze73

dam how much did she pay that judge

Aug 11th
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bluehaze73

Leniency, they should a gave her 25 to life, too. She was much apart of the murder as her father. She's a grown a** woman 19. She knew right from wrong.

Jul 28th
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bluehaze73

This woman gives Real Abused women a bad chance Of people Believing they're being abused

Jul 28th
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bluehaze73

If he is abusive, why invite him to your house? If you wasn't trying to set him up she sounds like an ego maniac He was jealous if I was to talk to other guys. I don't know about that

Jul 28th
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bluehaze73

I know guys that were standing when a crime took place. And they got charged Body was in your car you part of a crime

Jul 21st
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bluehaze73

why would a 50 yr old rich guy have a 20 yr old living with him ? oh yeah he was his sex toy

Jul 21st
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bluehaze73

or a bunch of Entitled rich Bratz Who are bored and think they could get away with Murder

Jul 21st
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bluehaze73

Was it a Illuminati sacrifice.?

Jul 21st
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Cyn Plevak

the bottom line is stop playing with evil and immorality

Jul 12th
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bluehaze73

I'm glad she said that that he should get his life back.

Jun 23rd
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bluehaze73

I'm not trying to Victim Shame give me a, break, lady. You think 40 years is Enough Justice for you. Then if you say yes, I hope your kids never get in trouble so that way you won't be crying on a podcast to let your child out.

Jun 23rd
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bluehaze73

wtf is going on with these out of touch heartless old fucks that sit on bench and give this fuck up time to kids

Jun 23rd
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