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Culpable explores unsettled cases where the people who seem deserving of blame have somehow eluded justice. On February 26, 2014, Christian Andreacchio was found dead in the upstairs bathroom of his apartment from a single gunshot wound to the head. After a mere 45-minute investigation, local police ruled his death a suicide, despite substantial evidence that points to Christian’s death not only being a homicide, but premeditated murder. Host Dennis Cooper investigates and shares a compelling story about this suspicious death, the questions surrounding it, and a grieving family’s ongoing fight for justice.

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    • 4.7, 14.7K Ratings

Culpable explores unsettled cases where the people who seem deserving of blame have somehow eluded justice. On February 26, 2014, Christian Andreacchio was found dead in the upstairs bathroom of his apartment from a single gunshot wound to the head. After a mere 45-minute investigation, local police ruled his death a suicide, despite substantial evidence that points to Christian’s death not only being a homicide, but premeditated murder. Host Dennis Cooper investigates and shares a compelling story about this suspicious death, the questions surrounding it, and a grieving family’s ongoing fight for justice.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
14.7K Ratings

14.7K Ratings

Has68 ,

Bitterly necessary to listen to.

I hate to say I loved this podcast, and I do, because the fact that a young man who was loved by so many lost his life at someone else’s hands and the people who should have helped his loved ones failed them. That is why this podcast exists. It’s all about bringing about Justice for this young man and his family. About the fact that it could happen to any of us. I guess being an advocate for your loved ones who can’t fight for themselves is my biggest takeaway. Well done from a new podcast company you guys made big waves

Freckles372020 ,

Biased

I was really concerned with the amount of obvious bias in this story and the way the creator often seemed to be reaching to try to support the murder theory. I am more concerned because the people he is implying are murderers are alive and could simply have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. It became glaringly obvious to me that this story was being told in a really biased way when after multiple interviews with family and friends about how Christian would never be suicidal the narrator finally admits that Christian sent suicidal texts shortly before his death and then avoids addressing it again. Or after the interviews where his mother states he wasn’t serious about his girlfriend we find out he was in a very dysfunctional relationship with her where they tracked each other’s phones and he felt the need to constantly check up on her. It doesn’t sound like the casual relationship first described though it does sound like one bordering on abusive. There were other times I felt like the narrator was really stretching. Teenagers getting together to shoot guns the night before is really not that unlikely in a small rural town. I have no idea what quality of police work was done because only one side was presented throughout this story. I also have no idea what actually happened though it is clear what the narrator wants you to believe to create the best story.

bube5k ,

Very Good

Thank you guys for doing this podcast & helping to expose this towns corruption. My heart just aches for this family. It’s like being caught in the twilight zone! It’s unbelievable how the people who are to protect & serve just ignore the facts. So sad!!!

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