Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.
VICTIM F Part 5- Denise Huskins & Aaron Quinn Interview
We wrap up our follow-up conversation with Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn with Jim and Laura digging deeper into their case
VICTIM F Part 4- Denise Huskins & Aaron Quinn Interview
Jim and Laura contunue their discussion with Denise and Aaron and their fight with the police department that continued even after the real abductor was captured. The ordeal led to media scrutiny and eventually the writing the book "Victim F" together.
Introducing The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra
The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra is a complicated, nuanced story of one imperfect man trying to redeem himself by pulling off the perfect crime.
VICTIM F Part 3 - Denise Huskins & Aaron Quinn Interview
Denise and Aaron continue telling us their harrowing story. They describe the humiliation and callous treatment that law enforcement put them through -- from interrogating Aaron for eighteen hours, to giving Denise the incredibly disrespectful (and FALSE) moniker of "Gone Girl".
Bill Cosby, Free But Not Exonerated With Nicki Weisensee Egan
Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti welcome back investigative journalist Nicki Weisensee Egan, author of the book "Chasing Cosby" as well as Host and Executive Producer of the podcast of the same name.
VICTIM F (Part 2) - Denise Huskins & Aaron Quinn Interview
Jim and Laura explain to Denise and Aaron their thoughts on the true motivations behind the night of their home invasion and Denise's kidnapping and sexual assault.
Why did she go back to him?
Simple answer - past trauma. Her body got dumped with adrenaline and cortisol
I was a fan until you started giving platforms to transphobes. Given the violence perpetrated against trans women I find this quite shocking.
Update: came back to this show after a long break, and it’s immediately clear why I stopped listening. Wish they’d get rid of Jim. He’s so aggressive and bulldoggish - kind of like a mix between a kid who’s desperate for attention and approval, and a trump supporter (in demeanour, not politics). Why is he like this? Please stop. He always shouts, barely listens, and never actually considers opinions other than his own (including those of victims). It completely undermines his experience, and makes it very difficult to respect and/or listen to him. Whereas I love hearing from Laura and Lisa.
I really love hearing the perspective of people who are professionally involved in criminal investigation, and I've learned a lot from this podcast in the last couple of years (mainly - keep an eye on manipulative behaviour in relationships!). I do think it could be a five star pod if Laura and (especially!) Jim would treat Lisa with a bit more respect. The things she says are not stupid, she makes intelligent points and they bulldoze over them. Jim in particular has a talent for mansplaining the things one of the women has already said, and if you care about that sort of thing it's really frustrating. Otherwise, I enjoy the topics they choose and the insights they share. I will say that their bullying (not an exaggeration) of Lisa has forced me to take a break from the pod a couple of times. Jim needs to take a chill pill. Or relearn how to interact with women. It's gross sometimes.