Criminal Prints is a true crime podcast with an emphasis on evidence, or as we call it, the criminal prints.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. (Part Six)
The trial quickly went off course with a horrible decision by the prosecution team. One they tried to recover from but the damage had been done. The Goldman family remained determined to get justice for Ron. The day the verdict was read, Robert Shapiro gave an interview that raised serious questions about tactics used by the defense team.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman (Part Five)
The trial is going strong and the odds are not in OJ’s favor. What appears to be a cut and dry case became much more complicated. Between poor police practices and bold accusations by the defense team many questions arise.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. (Part four)
Where did OJ go? The search was on. When the Bronco was located, the chase began. The chase was watched by an incredible 95 million people. Game five of the NBA finals was even cut into to show it. However, it wasn’t your typical car chase. When the dust settled, several very questionable items were found inside the Bronco. Once the trial began, Judge Lance Ito made a very controversial decision. It would soon become one of the closest followed criminal cases in the history of the United States. To put it into perspective, 90 million people had watched the Super Bowl that year.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman (Part Three)
The police had arrived to an absolutely terrifying crime scene. There were bloody foot prints leading away from both bodies. To the left of some of these foot prints were single drops of blood. It appeared the killer had cut himself during the attacks.This was not all, at the crime scene several pieces of evidence were found that could potentially help identify Nicole and Ron’s killer.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman (Part Two)
The day was June 12, 1994. Nicole and the kids spent the morning shopping at Star Toys in Brentwood California. They were excited to attend Sydney's dance recital later that evening. Ron spent the morning going to the gym and playing softball, two things he loved to do. All was well, no one had any idea of the nightmare that would soon take place. A classic case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman (Part One)
Nicole Brown was an energetic young woman who was liked by all that knew her. At the age of 18, she would meet a world famous athlete and her life would never be the same. Ronald Goldman can be described as being that friend that everyone wants.He was fun, faithful, and cared deeply for those around him.
I appreciate the attention to detail and realistic maner they present the cases!
This pod has grown on me and I appreciate the straight forward manner without all the hype and banter. And they do a great job presenting the relevant info in a clear, respectful manner., I get a kick out of their rather dry style and find it humorous and refreshing.
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