Are you fed up of hearing stories where the victim is an afterthought? Established in December 2018 True Crime Fix gives the victims the loudest voice of all and focuses all of the cases around them. Episodes are released every other Friday on your chosen podcast directory. So come give the show a listen. Further information at http://www.truecrimefixppodcast.co.uk. Until then, stay safe, look after each other and live life to the fullest because you never know who or what might be coming around the next corner.
Episode 052 - Marie Trintignat
Please bear with me as I am a bit rusty!!
Marie had the world at her feet, she was an established French actress, the mother to four amazingly talented children, and was happy living a bohemian lifestyle.
She thought that she had found happiness in a new relationship, but as is often the way things turned sour very quickly.
This is a case where it is questionable, did the punishment fit the crime.
Episode 051 - Louise Jensen
Hi everyone, this is the last episode of 2020.In 1994 Louise Jensen was just finding her way in life. She was originally from Denmark and was jetting around the world learning about herself. That was, until, she arrived in Cyprus and became the victim of a brutal attack. Hear Louise's story and everyone please have a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Episode 050 - Christchurch 15 March 2019 part 2
This is the second case in the Crimes of Modern Times series and the second part of the case about Christchurch.
This episode focuses on what happened at the Linwood mosque focusing on the victims and heroes of that day.
It goes into who Brenton Tarrant was and also potentially what led to that day.
We go into the eventual trial and the impact statements of the victims.
Episode 049 - Christchurch 15 March 2019 part 1
This is the second case in the Crimes of Modern Times series and focuses on the incident at the Al-Noor Mosque.
At 1:32pm, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's office received a disturbing email speaking about an attack in the past tense.
At 1:40pm, The perpetrator turns on his Facebook Live.
The victims of this attack 44 innocent people praying on a Friday.
Doctors, a football international, academics... Hear the stories of those who lost their lives on that day.
Episode 048 - Jayden Parkinson
To quote Judge Eccles, Jayden Parkinson was a complicated but loving vulnerable 17 year old girl.She fell in love with someone who was no good for her.
This story again is one of domestic violence.
Episode 047 - The Rob Knox Story
Rob Knox was an 18-year-old actor who had just finished shooting Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince when he was stabbed several times trying to protect his younger brother on the 24th May 2008.
His death hit the national news due to his connection to the Harry Potter Franchise but there was so much more to him.
This is a collaboration story between The True Crime Fix Podcast (https://linktr.ee/TrueCrimeFixpodcast) The Lady Justice Podcast (https://linktr.ee/lady.justice.podcast) and the Student's Verdict Podcast (https://linktr.ee/thestudentverdict)
My episode will look into who Rob was as a person with the assistance of Colin his father and Aaron one of his closest friends.The music today is provided by Taxi Joe. Listen to the end of the episode to hear the single 'Trying' check them out at https://www.taxijoe.co.uk/
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This a a remarkable podcast, thank you Steve, I especially commend you on the 7/7 episodes. A sobering listen, brining those involved that day have a voice.
Refreshing look at horrible crimes
Outstandingly compassionate podcast, focusing on the victims story and how their families have been affected. You’ll find it hard to hold back the tears, especially on the story of Rhys Jones.
Congratulations Steve, on a brilliant podcast!
This is worth binge listening but the 7/7 series tops all podcasts I have listened to. I’m a daily podcast listener and these latest episodes are absolutely outstanding