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The shocking, riveting inside story of one of the biggest cover-ups in US military history. You thought you knew about the Iraq War? Everything you knew is about to change. Forever.  


Written and narrated by filmmaker Michael Epstein, Murder in House Two is about what really happened in the Haditha Massacre of November 2005, when 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians – including women and young children – were shot multiple times by a group of US Marines. But it’s about much more, too: about one man’s fight for justice, about how the US government tried to prevent the truth ever getting out, about paranoia and persistence and an unshakeable belief in what is wrong and what is right. 

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    • 4.8 • 433 Ratings

The shocking, riveting inside story of one of the biggest cover-ups in US military history. You thought you knew about the Iraq War? Everything you knew is about to change. Forever.  


Written and narrated by filmmaker Michael Epstein, Murder in House Two is about what really happened in the Haditha Massacre of November 2005, when 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians – including women and young children – were shot multiple times by a group of US Marines. But it’s about much more, too: about one man’s fight for justice, about how the US government tried to prevent the truth ever getting out, about paranoia and persistence and an unshakeable belief in what is wrong and what is right. 

    New series: Unaccountable

    New series: Unaccountable

    From the makers of Murder in House Two, this is Unaccountable.


    Join Ben Cohen and Aloe Blacc in the campaign to hold the police accountable by ending qualified immunity.


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    Episode 10: Just Kills

    Episode 10: Just Kills

    In the final episode of the series, we've reached the trial of Frank Wuterich, and Michael still has questions about the 9mm shell case in House Two.
     
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    Episode 9: Safa

    Episode 9: Safa

    There was a survivor in the back bedroom of House Two, but why was her testimony kept from the NCIS? What does it mean for Mendoza’s version of events, and for the fate of Frank Wutertich?
     
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    Episode 8: The 9mm Shell Case 

    Episode 8: The 9mm Shell Case 

    Frank Wuterich travels back to Haditha and a new Marine is linked to the back bedroom in House Two. 
     
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    Episode 7: The Enigma of Frank Wuterich

    Episode 7: The Enigma of Frank Wuterich

    This is the story of Frank Wuterich; His childhood, his family, his hometown and why his marriage is falling apart. 
     
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    Episode 6: Stippling

    Episode 6: Stippling

    Everything changes inside the NCIS when Mike Maloney discovers a new piece of evidence, but isn't allowed to investigate it.
     
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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
433 Ratings

433 Ratings

CulinaryBee ,

So ANGRY!!!

This was an excellent podcast! Mr Epstein did a tremendous amount of work on the story because he wanted the truth to come out. His interviews were very engaging and thought provoking. It made me so angry I actually screamed in frustration, at one point.
The final interview with the “man” responsible for the killings of the father, mother and children from houses 1 & 2, made me want to throw up. He spent the entire time flippantly denying that he had anything to do with the killings, and even if he did, that’s what war is all about! Had he been in front of me, I would have slapped him! Yes, war IS all about the inhumanity of man and no war has ever solved anything.
The gentleman who was charged with ALL the heinous acts of his men, was eventually absolved by the military. He was the only one who had the grace to say he was in charge and therefore guilty.
Maddas, the general in charge and the REAL problem in this piece, became one of trump’s men. THAT should not surprise anyone who hears this excellent podcast!

CrimeJunkie2187 ,

Wow

Speechless. The host is an amazing storyteller.

kayferguson13 ,

Brilliant!!!!!

This was beautifully done. I’m prior Navy, it had me reminiscing. I was guessing the ending half-way through. The only thing that shocked me was what happened at the eleventh hour. Everything else was about right. Sadly, but true. You find a way to deal & you pack it away.

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