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S8 E78: The Trial of Alex Murdaugh: Bank Executive; Forensic Evidence Analyst — Part 1

Season 8, Ep. 78

In Bank Executive; Forensic Evidence Analyst — Part 1, we review the testimony of Natasha Moodie, a bank analyst who verified transactions performed by the defendant as part of his financial crimes. We also look at the first part of the testimony of Jamie Hall, a Forensic Evidence Analyst who examined the defendant’s clothes on the night of the killings as well as other items related to the murders.


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