Jake Brydon and his team of lawyers, private investigators, philanthropists, and concerned citizens are fighting abuse of power and wrongful convictions.
Deric Haddad, co-author of "They Must Be Monsters: A Modern-Day Witch Hunt", joins The Mouth of the South Podcast to discuss his book and the infamous McMartin Preschool Trial. This 35 year old trial is recorded as the longest and most expensive trial in US history. It’s a tale of horror, rage, superstition, and faith; a shameful moment in American history that’s been erroneously ignored by historians. A great injustice that should’ve never taken place. Find Deric's Book on Amazon ...Social Networks... Facebook Twitter Instagram
Stay tuned as we continue following up on the Guy Hienze Jr. murder case trial and conviction. Seems like there's something new around every corner of this story. What is the role of a juror and why is it so important!?! Donate to Guy Heinze Jr. Legal Defense: GoFundMe SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW JakeBrydon.com YouTube Channel Facebook Twitter Instagram
The "Mouth of the South" Podcast team explores the case against Guy Heinze Jr. for the August 2009 slaying of his immediate family. Two major problems immediately arise that the team intends to investigate. How does one man bludgeon 8 people to death without anyone escaping or leaving any physical evidence tying Guy Heinze Jr. to the murders? The gross incompetence of the investigators when handling crucial evidence? Donate to Guy Heinze Jr. Legal Defense: GoFundMe Subscribe and Share! Website: JakeBrydon.com YouTube: "Mouth of the South" Podcast Facebook: @MOTSpodcast Twitter: @brydon_jake Instagram: @jakebrydon
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Austin, Texas, United States of America
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