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  • 139. Life inside a Panamanian prison P2 - Wild Bill

    28:26
    In my other show WANTED, where I interview men and women who were or who currently wanted by authorities, we told the story of Wild Bill and just how he ended up being sentenced to 46 years in a Panamanian prison.Bill has never told his story past this point, until now. He talks us through the moment he was arrested and the years of corruption, drugs and violence inside different facilities in Panama before he would turn his life around after a visit from his mother who brought him a book that would set him off on a different path.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Once one of America's most wanted men, Wild Bill, as he's been called by authorities, was arrested as he attempted to make his way into Nicaragua via Costa Rica on July 26, 2010.Bill was accused of the murders of 5 people, murders that he would later confess to. Bill says he worked in Panama as a gun for hire, a hitman, for a cartel of sorts. He says he was driven by greed and a severe lack of any morals.Bill says he's not the man he once was, he does not speak of the murders that he has committed or even so much as mention their names, he says he is haunted by his crimes and he focuses on doing good in the world in which he now finds himself.Once arrested and convicted he was sentenced to over 40 years inside a Panamanian prison where he remains today. While incarcerated Bill has become the prisons Chaplin and holds regular services for the other incarcerated men. He's also written a book about his experiences inside one of the worlds worst and most violent prisons, the link to which is below. Not only has he written a book but he also does a daily audio diary which he posts on youtube and has a Facebook page 'Friends of Brother Bill' that he uses to stay in touch with people on the outside.

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  • 138. Cadaver dogs P1 - Dandre Lane

    32:16
    On the 2nd December of 2011 Dandre Lane says that while driving to his former partners home with their two year old daughter he was carjacked.A man with a gun not only took his car but also his daughter. After police are alerted to the crime they start the hunt for baby Bianca. Dandre's car would be found shortly after the alarm had been raised, still running with doors open but no Bianca.Dandre and his former partner both say that police from the very beginning never believed Dandre's story and because of his criminal history they instantly turned their attention to him and believed he had killed his daughter.Dandre would eventually ne charged with the murder of his daughter but with baby Bianca still missing what would the state bring as evidence? A cadaver dog all the way from the UK.join the OMR family HERE and start enjoying the benefits now.
  • 137. Life inside a Panamanian prison P1 - Wild Bill

    29:40
    In my other show WANTED, where I interview men and women who were or who currently wanted by authorities, we told the story of Wild Bill and just how he ended up being sentenced to 46 years in a Panamanian prison. Bill has never told his story past this point, until now. He talks us through the moment he was arrested and the years of corruption, drugs and violence inside different facilities in Panama before he would turn his life around after a visit from his mother who brought him a book that would set him off on a different path.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Once one of America's most wanted men, Wild Bill, as he's been called by authorities, was arrested as he attempted to make his way into Nicaragua via Costa Rica on July 26, 2010.Bill was accused of the murders of 5 people, murders that he would later confess to. Bill says he worked in Panama as a gun for hire, a hitman, for a cartel of sorts. He says he was driven by greed and a severe lack of any morals.Bill says he's not the man he once was, he does not speak of the murders that he has committed or even so much as mention their names, he says he is haunted by his crimes and he focuses on doing good in the world in which he now finds himself.Once arrested and convicted he was sentenced to over 40 years inside a Panamanian prison where he remains today. While incarcerated Bill has become the prisons Chaplin and holds regular services for the other incarcerated men. He's also written a book about his experiences inside one of the worlds worst and most violent prisons, the link to which is below. Not only has he written a book but he also does a daily audio diary which he posts on youtube and has a Facebook page 'Friends of Brother Bill' that he uses to stay in touch with people on the outside.
  • 136. Family, money and murder P8 - Stephen Lawrence

    38:41
    In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime.Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a private investigator by the name of Jerry Mattioli.Steve's then wife Candy would also be charged with the crime but would be acquitted at her trial over a year after Steve had been found guilty.This is the story of Stephen Lawrence as told by him from the Michigan Department of Corrections.
  • 135. Love finds a way - Jeremy Cain

    20:34
    Recently we have been covering the story of Jeremy and Zachary Cain. Two men who were incarcerated as boys, growing up in the Alabama prison system have meant they have missed out on a lot of life's usual events. University, friendship's, careers, family and of course love.For those astute listeners you would have heard in a number of episodes I talk to and refer to Jeremy's wife. Jeremy has been able to find love in an otherwise bleak situation and this is the story of how Jeremy and Amanda met, fell in love, got married and how they cope with the fact that Jeremy may spend many more years in prison before they can actually be together.
  • 134. Family, money and murder P7 - Stephen Lawrence

    27:39
    In 1992 Willard Lawrence a grocery store tycoon worth millions would die in a house fire in his home at Gun Lake in Michigan. Later that same year his son Stephen Lawrence would be arrested, tried and convicted for the crime.Stephen has always maintained he is innocent of this crime and says he was setup by his brother Don with the help of a private investigator by the name of Jerry Mattioli.Steve's then wife Candy would also be charged with the crime but would be acquitted at her trial over a year after Steve had been found guilty.This is the story of Stephen Lawrence as told by him from the Michigan Department of Corrections.
  • 133. Letters to the Governor - Temujin Kensu

    29:24
    download the help Temujin kit here In November of 1986 a man named Scott Macklam was fatally shot in the car park of a community college in Port Huron Michigan.Fred Freeman who now goes by Temujin Kensu who was over 400 miles away in Escanaba was subsequently arrested, tried and found guilty of the crime and remains in prison almost 37 years later.No one saw the shooting that Temujin is convicted of committing. Instead, two men testified to seeing a stranger who possibly resembled Temujin at some point before or after the shooting. One of the witnesses was hypnotized before he testified.No less than nine unimpeached neutral alibi witnesses testified to at trial, that Temujin was over 400 miles away at the time of this crime. The prosecution countered by suggesting that Temujin theoretically could have chartered a plane to go commit the murder and return in time to be seen by his alibi witnesses.The biggest issue with that is the prosecution never offered any actual evidence to support this theory.This is the insane story of Fred Freeman as told by him.