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Episode 117 True Crime: The Murder of Gladys Ricart

Episode 117 True Crime: The Murder of Gladys Ricart

Update: 2021-08-19
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Last week, we saw the conclusion of the Bachelorette Season 17 with Katie Thurston as the lead. During the After the Final Rose (ATFR) we saw a heated conversation between Katie and Greg, it was the talk of Twitter. Some said that Katie seemed to still be angry to be over Greg and engaged to Blake.


This week Danielle covers the story of an angry ex that turned to murder. Gladys Ricart was from the Dominican Republic, coming to find the American dream in Washington Heights, New York. She started a relationship with Agustin Garcia, a successful Dominican businessman, that turned dangerous. Once Gladys moved on from Agustin, her wedding day, planned with a new man, turned deadly.


(Story starts at 13:03 ).


CONTENT WARNING: Domestic Violence


We also chat about hard words provided by our friends Maria, Arielle and People Are Wild Podcast. Hummus, Hemorrhoids, and Form/From! We also chat about the risky spelling error or Public and Pubic.


Links Discussed in the Episode:


American Justice: Death Of A Bride - Full Episode (Season 12, Episode 8) | A&E


Annual Gladys Ricart & Victims of Domestic Violence Memorial Walk / Brides’ March


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Episode 117 True Crime: The Murder of Gladys Ricart

Episode 117 True Crime: The Murder of Gladys Ricart

Crime and Roses