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Criminal Conduct is an investigative true-crime podcast series hosted by John Taylor and Javier Leiva. In season 1, the hosts look into the death of Michelle O'Connell, picking up the investigation where the murdered sleuth, Eli Washtock, left off.

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    • 4.6 • 791 Ratings

Criminal Conduct is an investigative true-crime podcast series hosted by John Taylor and Javier Leiva. In season 1, the hosts look into the death of Michelle O'Connell, picking up the investigation where the murdered sleuth, Eli Washtock, left off.

    S2 E2: The Prey

    S2 E2: The Prey

    Dozens of Pulaski County residents accused Constable Michael Wallace and Constable Gary Baldock of violating their civil rights. In today's episode, two of his alleged victims come forward. 

    Special thanks to:Advertisecast, executive producer

    Ruby Rose Fox "Bury the Body" 

    This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.

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    S2 E1: The Rogue Constable

    S2 E1: The Rogue Constable

    Criminal Conduct is back with a brand new case.

    This season, John and Javier investigate a rogue constable in Kentucky accused of planting drugs, stealing money, and shaking people down.

    Like a police officer, a constable can carry a gun, a badge and drive around town with blue lights. However, unlike police, a constable has all the powers of a sheriff. He answers to no one but the voters on election day. And there's one constable and Kentucky who got our attention.

    Michael Wallace was first elected constable in 2006. He's known around Pulaski County, Kentucky, for his tough stance against drugs. Constable Wallace doesn't just arrest suspected criminals. He also mocks them on his Facebook page. He stakes signs in front of the suspect's homes that read, "This Drug House Closed for Business, Compliments of the Pulaski County Constable's Office, Michael 'Wally' Wallace."

    How do constables make money in Kentucky?

    A constable in Kentucky can keep up to 85% of the cash he seizes and a percentage of the proceeds from the property he takes.

    But other constables have found different ways of making money. Constable Wallace's suspects say he doesn't just seize their property— he steals their cash too. 

    This season, we're tracking Constable Wallace to find out how he gets away with his style of law enforcement.

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    Today's episode was written and produced by John Taylor and Javier Leiva

    A special thanks to our executive producer: Advertisecast and Ruby Rose Fox, for allowing us to use her song, "Bury the Body." 

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    • 40 min
    Criminal Conduct Season 2 Trailer

    Criminal Conduct Season 2 Trailer

    Criminal Conduct is back with a brand new case.

    This season, John and Javier investigate a rogue constable in Kentucky who is accused of planting drugs, stealing money, and shaking people down.

    Like a police officer, a constable can carry a gun, a badge and drive around town with blue lights. However, unlike police, a Constable has all the powers of a sheriff. He answers to no one but the voters on election day.

    Criminal Conduct season 2 returns April 16th.
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    • 3 min
    S1 E11: Who was Eli Washtock? Part 2

    S1 E11: Who was Eli Washtock? Part 2

    Who killed Eli Washtock? Why would anyone want him dead? We narrow down the list of suspects. 
    Also, we reveal never-before-seen forensic evidence commissioned by Eli Washtock on the Michelle O’Connell case. The report implies that portions of the blood evidence are not consistent with Jeremy Banks' story of what transpired. There was blood where it shouldn't be and also no blood where there should have been blood. 

    Special thanks to:
    Advertisecast, executive producer
    Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify
    Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio.
    This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.
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    S1 E10: Who was Eli Washtock? Part 1

    S1 E10: Who was Eli Washtock? Part 1

    Eli Washtock spent his final days looking into the death of Michelle O’Connell.
    Who was Eli, and what else was going on in his life? Those close to Eli provide more information regarding the hours and minutes leading up to his murder. We also find out what Eli Washtock was referring to when he told Patty O’Connell that he had bombshell evidence pertaining to her daughter’s case. 
    Special thanks to:
    Advertisecast, executive producer
    Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify
    Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio.
    This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.
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    S1 E9: Exhumed

    S1 E9: Exhumed

    Michelle O'Connell gets exhumed
    Michelle O’Connell’s body gets exhumed and an independent autopsy rules the manner of death: ‘homicide.’ Despite all this contradictory evidence, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office still considers Michelle’s case a suicide. We look into evidence the authorities have chosen to ignore.

    New forensic evidence
    Also, we look at new evidence that is a result of Eli Washtock’s financed investigation. We reveal the never before seen evidence.

    Special thanks to:
    Advertisecast, executive producer
    Molly Brock for post-production support
    Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify
    Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio.
    This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.

    Follow us on social media:
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Instagram

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    Pretend Podcast
    Twisted Podcast
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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
791 Ratings

791 Ratings

Zap1966 ,

Ten Stars ⭐️

JOHN TAYLOR! That’s all I can say. 10 stars ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Harrington820 ,

Great show! Highly recommend!

I loved season 1 & season 2 is just as promising. I find myself listening to each episode twice because they’re so dense with detail. The analysis & research done by the hosts makes this a must-listen, 5 star podcast.

Arogers84070 ,

Great podcast

Great host, really like the new season!

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