The Generation Why Podcast
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The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies.
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Michael Keetley - 522
Morgan Patten - 521
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Lana Clarkson - 520
Janice Trahan - 519
AJ Armstrong - 518
Kalief Browder pt. 4 - 517
Kalief Browder pt.3 - 516
Kalief Browder pt. 2 - 515
Kalief Browder pt.1 - 514
Dylan Rounds - 513
Baby Gabriel - 512
Sean Daugherty - 511
Patricia & Keith Hall - 510
Justice For Jacob - 509
Murder of Gladys Ricart - 508
Greg Mulvihill - 507
Ryan Waller & Heather Quan - 506
Lauria Bible & Ashley Freeman - 505
My heart goes out to the family. Something stood out to me, and it was Morgan's message to her mom about going to sleep and calling them in the morning. This is my opinion, so don't come for me, but that was a huge indicator she did not intend to return to the hotel. She planned on hanging out with the two men. Parents "believe" they know their children, but unfortunately, they often don't. I worked with teens, and I was always surprised at how different the teens acted when they came by themselves than when their parents were present. It was mind-blowing. I have three children and accepted this painful fact early on that my kids are not who I think they are. Either way, this is every parent's worse nightmare, and I hope Morgan's family can heal enough to push forward because I can only imagine they will never move on or get over it.
I normally love these guys, as they are usually totally unbiased. However, this whole episode is just victim blaming. Really disappointed.x
I love that your talking about the issue of solitaire confinement. now address the issue of being on parol. and not being to live a life and in one minute going back to jail for simple issues. can't make it to your appointment and now going back to jail.
I can't believe what this poor woman went through at the hands of someone who merely wanted control over her. The devil was truly wearing sheeps clothing on this one. The other thing that infuriated me was he used his power as a Dr to do this! So glad investigators were tenacious enough to get him. Bet he's not smiling anymore!
I think it shows Janice's good character that she goes out of her way to notify all her ex-sexual partners to notify them of her infection status.Its not an easy thing to do. But she did the right thing, contacting. all those who could be involved.
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excellent job on this one!! well researched!!!
https://castbox.fm/vd/582424907 Oh my gosh I’m listening open mouthed, yes this could be explained, but I have so many questions. I truly hope more is done in the future for this to be resolved and not accepted as suicide.
Killed people for a damn car..Get a job and buy one. DP fits in this case.
holy shit, Ryan had been shot in the face twice and the detective didn't notice? he's in the wrong line of work.
It is a matter of shame that the police should take proper action to find out about this murder . https://elogowanie.pl/
You already did this one..
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This is from my hometown of Auburn. This was a wild case that everyone here remembers because this rarely happens here. So glad her family finally got their justice
that's because each state has its own rules isn't it?
The misinformation and uneducated opinions in this episode are just......dangerous.. why would the fact that firearms were banned have anything to do with the perpetrators' act? Also, his therapist and all therapists are mandatory reporters. She did not break any privileges. They are mandated to report if their client has expressed any intent to hurt themselves or others. I understand we are all afforded the privilege to express our opinions unfettered but with an audience this size you have a responsibility to make those opinions as educated as possible or at the very least to clearly express that they are absolutely and unquestionably one person's uneducated opinion.
This one was rough for me.
Afsaaneh, 45 years old, killed by her brother who is btw a university professor in Iran, because she "liked to party way too much." He only got 3 years in jail. appalling and unfathomable. This is the kind of sick situation women in Iran are dealing with on the daily. Jennifer's case disgusted me to my core and reminded me of poor Afsaaneh, who will never get the justice she deserves. Domestic violence is serious, be it in Iran or The U.S.
500 episodes - an amazing effort from two excellent podcasters.