Come along with Private Investigator, Sheila Wysocki, as she goes step-by-step through this investigation and dives into the lives of those involved. Alina Burroughs.
My name is Michael Smith. I am Lauren's stepfather. In this episode, you are going to hear never before heard audio from someone who was close to Lauren at the time of her death, and someone who really knew her! Mike Smith talks about the behind the scenes of finding out Lauren was dead to the fight for justice.
To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die. On the last day without warning Lauren's life was gone in an instant. Join Professional Investigator Sheila Wysocki as she takes back the curtain to go behind the scenes of an investigation. Jeremy Taylor is talking to Sherry and Michael Smith a month after Lauren's death looking for answers. The disregard to the case and the parents will infuriate you. This is hard audio to listen to but necessary to understand what the family has gone through for justice.
Lauren's family fights for justice believing that Jeremy Taylor was doing his job. Sherry and Mike Smith wanted to record Jeremy's phone call for reference, good thing they did, it is a goldmine of his ability to investigator or not investigate. This is a true behind the scene's conversation on Lauren's case.
Introducing Culpable. On February 26, Rae Andreacchio suffered the tragic loss of her year-old son, Christian. After a 4-year fight, her cries for justice have gone unanswered. Host Dennis Cooper works alongside Sheila Wysocki and her team to unearth the truth behind the story of a young man with a promising future, whose life met an unexpected end, and the years of injustice that ensued. Questions from listeners and Criminal Justice Interns. Many questions have been asked about the case, I wanted to take a minute to answer some emails.
Tom takes us through the latest legal journey and helps lay people understand the law, the rulings and what he would have done with Lauren's case. Judicial Justice? Sherry Smith Goes to Court Part 2. Sherry Smith continues to look for answers on the day her daughter Lauren died. Turning to the only avenue available to her she files a lawsuit, only to have her case thrown out. The court of appeal overturned Judge Jonathan Young's ruling. Desperate mom seeks help from Professional Investigator Sheila Wysocki, who became a private investigator to solve her college roommate's brutal murder that went cold for 26 years.
Join Sheila and other investigators as they unravel the mysterious death of Lauren Agee, a year-old who was found dead in the water at the bottom of a cliff.
No media spin, no pages missing, only the cold hard truth. Sherry Smith Goes to Court Part 1.
Sherry Smith continues to look for justice and find answers the only way a mom would know, file a lawsuit and make the people that were with Lauren tell what happened the day she died. Unfortunately Sherry did not get justice or answers. This episode you will hear directly from the judge that ruled in Sherry Smith's case.
You decide if Sherry received justice. Chris takes us through the events of Wake fest and finding Lauren's body. This was the first time Sherry Smith and Chris Yarchuk have ever talked. This was an emotional conversation with Chris Yarchuk describing the events of the day. A special thanks to Chris Yarchuk and all the officers who put their lives on the line. Chris Yarchuck met Lauren the night before she died at Fishlipz.
Lauren bounced up to him asking about being a police office. Sherry and Mike Review Lauren's Autopsy. On this episode you will hear audio of the autopsy report being translated loosely to Sherry and Mike Smith. The private investigator going over the report was brought in by an attorney that contacted Sherry and Mike.
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Mark Gillespie Forensic Investigator Part 2. Mark Gillespie will answer questions from the audience.
Mark Gillespie, from Texas, has 35 years of investigative and forensic science experience. He has a passion for seeking justice for victims and the accused. Mark Gillespie Forensic Investigator.
Listeners get a chance to send in their questions for Sheila to answer. Questions on why didn't Lauren leave to, Can you sue Dekalb county, Tennessee police department, Questions about the canoe and about the investigation. I have admired his work for a long time. He has worked on everything from complex criminal investigations to international deployments and underwater forensic training. Listen in as I get the incomparable, Bobby Chacon, to open up and give his insight to the Lauren Agee case. Jeremy Taylor continues answering questions on his involvement in the Lauren Agee investigation.
Listen for the answers to critical questions on the investigative process done by Jeremy Taylor. The questions asked are basic investigative procedures that should have brought answers to Lauren's family. Lauren Agee's mom, Sherry Smith wanted answers to what happened the night her daughter died. Jeremy Taylor recounts the day of Lauren's death and the steps he took or didn't take to look into what happened.
Listen to the deposition of Jeremy Taylor, the lead detective in Lauren Agee case. This is three parts with details on what was done and not done in Lauren Agee's case. Jeremy Taylor explains how he was given the case by Sheriff Patrick Ray. Jeremy Taylor describes the scene when he arrived and what steps he took to find out the truth. Listen to the qualifications, certifications and training Jeremy Taylor has in death investigations. Part Two of one of the most egregious matters, in this case, is how it was mishandled. Simple things that a detective or investigator learns in their training.
This is something that geologically is not in a steady state at any time," said Emile Okal, professor emeritus of earth science at Northwestern University, who has studied tsunamis for 35 years. Okal said in order to properly detect the tsunami, Indonesia would need to spend approximately a billion dollars on technology and round-the-clock manpower along its coast — and even then it's not a guarantee that a warning would come in time.
But the fact that the tsunami was caused by a volcano and not an earthquake was not the only reason it was so lethal.
Only time will tell. Edit link. Thank you. At the Vatican, Pope Francis prayed for the dead, the missing and the homeless in Indonesia, telling tourists and pilgrims in St. Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter. Five months on, construction has still not begun.
Everything being equal, the hazard will be increased," Okal said. As the tsunami struck, it swept away concertgoers watching the Indonesian pop band Seventeen, who were performing under a tent on a popular beach. The band released a statement saying their bass player and road manager were found dead, while three other band members and the wife of one of the performers remained missing. This is not the first time Anak Krakatau has caused damage to Indonesia, according to Synolakis.
In , the volcano devastated the same region during a time of volcanic activity. Gegar Prasetya, co-founder of the Tsunami Research Center Indonesia, said despite the devastation, this was far from one of Indonesia's biggest. We do not receive or store your credit card or bank account information, and we do not want you to send us your credit card or bank account information.
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