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It would be more understandable if it was a small town police force, but it was the ******* FBI.Listened to the Amy Allwine one. Thought the FBI should have been looking at the husband from the start, may have saved her life.
Yeah I could understand if he wasn't the first suspect but when literally everyone else was ruled out, how they didn't turn to him (presumably because of his role in the church?) surprised me.It would be more understandable if it was a small town police force, but it was the ******* FBI.
it seemed like the husband didn't even cross their minds, let alone investigate him.
Assumed he was a person of high moral character because he was high up in a dodgy church, so just assumed he couldn't want his wife dead.Yeah I could understand if he wasn't the first suspect but when literally everyone else was ruled out, how they didn't turn to him (presumably because of his role in the church?) surprised me.
what is ayahuasca? some hippy drug?Hey Ok sure, yeah well i dont recall if podcast says it either sorry jatz ?
I've posted a lot on another forum about this mystery. Been following it for 2 years or so. Gary/Simon was a supposedly a strong influence on Popic. Gary/Simon was growing ayahuasca too...
The inquest is here :
Listened to both last night. I'm still angry for the wrongly convicted guy. The police force at the time should be hung, drawn and quartered. As for Ronald Castree The best part was when they eventually arrested him at his door. Loved his response. No joke assholeJust caught up on the Lesley Molseed case. That's made me mad for so many reasons, the guy that actually did is as spineless as they come.
I actually feel like it all points to suicide, and overall there probably isnt that much to it.Listened to the most recent one this morning.
I'm very torn on this. The fact they can't find a suspect amazes me. I don't think it's suicide but there really does seem like there's a lack of evidence to support anything other than that.