60 pippa.io <![CDATA[Impact Statement]]> http://impactstatement.libsyn.com/website en Basement Fort Productions Impact Statement yes Basement Fort Productions info+5b27085fa83cf7f47eccf95b@mg.pippa.io episodic https://assets.pippa.io/shows/5b27085fa83cf7f47eccf95b/show-cover.jpg http://impactstatement.libsyn.com/website <![CDATA[Impact Statement]]> https://feed.pippa.io/public/shows/impactstatement <![CDATA[Cheri and Greg--The Golden State murders]]> Fri, 13 Jul 2018 18:49:24 GMT 46:57 5b48f42e8a703e835e945485 no full 2 1 In 1981, Cheri Domingo and Greg Sanchez were murdered. Their case remained unsolved for nearly 37 years, finally being solved through the same DNA that linked them to the serial killer known as the East Area Rapist/The Original Nightstalker/Golden State Killer. But for Cheri's daughter Debbi, those 37 years took her down an unpredictable path that eventually led to recovery and hope.


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Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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In 1981, Cheri Domingo and Greg Sanchez were murdered. Their case remained unsolved for nearly 37 years, finally being solved through the same DNA that linked them to the serial killer known as the East Area Rapist/The Original Nightstalker/Golden State Killer. But for Cheri's daughter Debbi, those 37 years took her down an unpredictable path that eventually led to recovery and hope.


patreon.com/impactstatement

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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<![CDATA[The Trial of Christopher Deboe]]> Fri, 29 Jun 2018 04:43:22 GMT 18:38 5b35b8e9bb4e3ea73b161ba4 no bonus 1 9 No one disputed that Christopher Deboe shot and killed Sherrill Collins. But Deboe claimed self defense, and it was up to a jury to decide. Amber, a juror on that trial, talks about the trial, the emotional side of jury service, and the unexpected consequences of a jury's decision.


Link to the Gen Why meetup: https://www.facebook.com/events/203546040475034/

Link to Canadian True Crime Podcast Live Show: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/canadian-crime-podcast-event-tickets-44327443577

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No one disputed that Christopher Deboe shot and killed Sherrill Collins. But Deboe claimed self defense, and it was up to a jury to decide. Amber, a juror on that trial, talks about the trial, the emotional side of jury service, and the unexpected consequences of a jury's decision.


Link to the Gen Why meetup: https://www.facebook.com/events/203546040475034/

Link to Canadian True Crime Podcast Live Show: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/canadian-crime-podcast-event-tickets-44327443577

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<![CDATA[It Takes a Piece of You: a story of domestic violence]]> Fri, 08 Jun 2018 22:08:13 GMT 25:47 yes full 1 8 In 2016, Natasha entered a relationship with a man she thought was going to be a solid partner and a role model for her 7 year old son. He turned out to be the exact opposite, and she found herself in court in 2018 to face this man who had become her abuser.

On average, a woman in Canada is killed every six days by her intimate partner. Natasha was nearly one them.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions.

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In 2016, Natasha entered a relationship with a man she thought was going to be a solid partner and a role model for her 7 year old son. He turned out to be the exact opposite, and she found herself in court in 2018 to face this man who had become her abuser.

On average, a woman in Canada is killed every six days by her intimate partner. Natasha was nearly one them.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions.

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<![CDATA[#RehtaehParsonsIsHerName]]> Fri, 08 Jun 2018 22:04:10 GMT 28:49 no full 1 7 In November of 2011, a mother in Nova Scotia comes home to work to find her daughter on the kitchen floor, rocking and sobbing. Leah stood in the kitchen doorway listening to her teenage daughter Rehtaeh disclose the events of a sexual assault, the events as she could remember them.

Rehtaeh could vaguely remember the digital shutter click of a cell phone at some point that night, but she didn’t find out until earlier that day, at school, that a photo was taken by one of the boys and it was being texted and forwarded through the school.

The photo was of one of the boys engaged in a sexual act with Rehtaeh as Rehtaeh was leaning out an open window throwing up. Rehtaeh was nude from the waist down and the boy in the picture flashing a thumbs up to the camera.

This assault and photograph sparked a chain of events that changed the family forever.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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In November of 2011, a mother in Nova Scotia comes home to work to find her daughter on the kitchen floor, rocking and sobbing. Leah stood in the kitchen doorway listening to her teenage daughter Rehtaeh disclose the events of a sexual assault, the events as she could remember them.

Rehtaeh could vaguely remember the digital shutter click of a cell phone at some point that night, but she didn’t find out until earlier that day, at school, that a photo was taken by one of the boys and it was being texted and forwarded through the school.

The photo was of one of the boys engaged in a sexual act with Rehtaeh as Rehtaeh was leaning out an open window throwing up. Rehtaeh was nude from the waist down and the boy in the picture flashing a thumbs up to the camera.

This assault and photograph sparked a chain of events that changed the family forever.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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<![CDATA[An Addicted Home]]> Sat, 26 May 2018 03:26:17 GMT 26:26 no full 1 6 One in eight Americans meet the criteria for alcoholism. We know it can lead to social problems with employment and relationships. And when those relationships involve those who trust the most, children, the damage can last a lifetime.

Candice is a young adult who is two years into her healing process after growing up in a home of addiction and violence. It took the help of others for healing to begin. 

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

Twitter @statementpod

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One in eight Americans meet the criteria for alcoholism. We know it can lead to social problems with employment and relationships. And when those relationships involve those who trust the most, children, the damage can last a lifetime.

Candice is a young adult who is two years into her healing process after growing up in a home of addiction and violence. It took the help of others for healing to begin. 

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

Twitter @statementpod

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<![CDATA[Ronnie, Dan, and the Dixie Mafia]]> Sat, 12 May 2018 15:55:23 GMT 41:11 no full 1 5 In 1967, Ronnie Anderson died in what was determined to be a suicide. He was only 17 years old. Nearly 36 years later, his father Dan Anderson was found in his driveway, dead from what was determined to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Phyllis--Ronnie’s sister and Dan’s daughter--believes that both deaths were actually murder and they both go back to a group known as the Dixie Mafia.

This case has many moving pieces but one piece that has stayed consistent has been Phyllis’s fight for what she believes to be the truth.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

Twitter @statementpod

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In 1967, Ronnie Anderson died in what was determined to be a suicide. He was only 17 years old. Nearly 36 years later, his father Dan Anderson was found in his driveway, dead from what was determined to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Phyllis--Ronnie’s sister and Dan’s daughter--believes that both deaths were actually murder and they both go back to a group known as the Dixie Mafia.

This case has many moving pieces but one piece that has stayed consistent has been Phyllis’s fight for what she believes to be the truth.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

Twitter @statementpod

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<![CDATA[The Murder of Eric Levack]]> Wed, 25 Apr 2018 02:11:18 GMT 38:20 yes full 1 4 On April 1, 2003, Canada enacted the Youth Criminal Justice Act, which replaced the existing Young Offenders Act. Also on that day, 14 year old Justin Morton murdered his classmate Eric Levack in the woods outside of their high school, immediately putting Canada’s new law to the test.

This year marks a milestone in Eric’s story. It has been 15 years since Eric’s death. Being that he was just 14 years old when he was murdered, this year marks the year he has been gone longer than he was here.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

www.patreon.com/impactstatement

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

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On April 1, 2003, Canada enacted the Youth Criminal Justice Act, which replaced the existing Young Offenders Act. Also on that day, 14 year old Justin Morton murdered his classmate Eric Levack in the woods outside of their high school, immediately putting Canada’s new law to the test.

This year marks a milestone in Eric’s story. It has been 15 years since Eric’s death. Being that he was just 14 years old when he was murdered, this year marks the year he has been gone longer than he was here.

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

www.patreon.com/impactstatement

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

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<![CDATA[The death of DJ Fickey]]> Tue, 10 Apr 2018 14:28:40 GMT 39:55 yes full 1 3 On October 3, 2016, the Walker County sheriff’s department responded to a 911 call from a home in rural Flintstone, Georgia a little past 1 in the afternoon. According to the caller, a man had grabbed a shotgun and shot himself in the head. The police arrived and found two people outside the trailer and, inside, they found 27 year old DJ Fickey deceased on a loveseat. But due to constantly changing stories from witnesses, investigators became suspicious that this was actually a potential homicide. When the DA declined to press charges, DJ’s sister Amanda began her own campaign to seek justice for DJ.

Buy Eric Echols's book The Echols Files https://tinyurl.com/y76qexyd

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Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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On October 3, 2016, the Walker County sheriff’s department responded to a 911 call from a home in rural Flintstone, Georgia a little past 1 in the afternoon. According to the caller, a man had grabbed a shotgun and shot himself in the head. The police arrived and found two people outside the trailer and, inside, they found 27 year old DJ Fickey deceased on a loveseat. But due to constantly changing stories from witnesses, investigators became suspicious that this was actually a potential homicide. When the DA declined to press charges, DJ’s sister Amanda began her own campaign to seek justice for DJ.

Buy Eric Echols's book The Echols Files https://tinyurl.com/y76qexyd

impactstatementpod@gmail.com

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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<![CDATA[The death of Martha Morgan]]> Fri, 30 Mar 2018 07:07:10 GMT 24:35 no full 1 2 On Feb 19, 2011, Dennis Morgan called 911. The first thing he said was that his wife had committed suicide. Martha was found on her stomach in her bedroom, a single gunshot wound to the chest. The death was ruled a suicide but their daughter Dennisa believes that this was the culmination of 40 years of domestic violence and that her father got away with murder.

The petition to have the federal authorities look at the Martha Morgan case.

Justice for Martha Morgan Facebook page

To share your story on Impact Statement, email impactstatementpod@gmail.com

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On Feb 19, 2011, Dennis Morgan called 911. The first thing he said was that his wife had committed suicide. Martha was found on her stomach in her bedroom, a single gunshot wound to the chest. The death was ruled a suicide but their daughter Dennisa believes that this was the culmination of 40 years of domestic violence and that her father got away with murder.

The petition to have the federal authorities look at the Martha Morgan case.

Justice for Martha Morgan Facebook page

To share your story on Impact Statement, email impactstatementpod@gmail.com

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<![CDATA[The Unsolved Murder of Jeff Rogers]]> Wed, 21 Mar 2018 14:08:43 GMT 23:30 no full 1 1 Around midnight on April 9, 2008, Kansas City, Kansas dispatch received a 911 call from Jeff Rogers. He had been beaten, shot, and stabbed but used what strength he had left to call for help. He later died, but not before giving police a description of his attackers. It is nearly 10 years later and Jeff’s murder remains unsolved.

Jeff’s mother Nancy and uncle John have never stopped seeking justice.

Donations to the reward fund can be made via UMB Bank in Kansas City c/o The Jeff Rogers Memorial Fund or to Crime Stoppers. Contact Detective Boehm kboehm@kc-crime.org for more information on how to donate to Crime Stoppers. 

Written and produced by Charlie Worroll. Special thanks to Nancy, John, and Detective Kevin Boehm. 

Cover art by Lars Hacking

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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Around midnight on April 9, 2008, Kansas City, Kansas dispatch received a 911 call from Jeff Rogers. He had been beaten, shot, and stabbed but used what strength he had left to call for help. He later died, but not before giving police a description of his attackers. It is nearly 10 years later and Jeff’s murder remains unsolved.

Jeff’s mother Nancy and uncle John have never stopped seeking justice.

Donations to the reward fund can be made via UMB Bank in Kansas City c/o The Jeff Rogers Memorial Fund or to Crime Stoppers. Contact Detective Boehm kboehm@kc-crime.org for more information on how to donate to Crime Stoppers. 

Written and produced by Charlie Worroll. Special thanks to Nancy, John, and Detective Kevin Boehm. 

Cover art by Lars Hacking

Music by Blue Dot Sessions

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