Anatomy of Murder

A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Wednesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.

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Sneak Peek

Tue, 22 Mar 2022 07:00

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Hi OM listeners, we wanted to let you know that there is not going to be a new AOM episode this week. So we're hard at work doing multiple interviews, preparing for several stories that we will be producing over the next several months. However, we wanted to give you a small sneak peek of what cases are to come. Part of her skull was missing. It was disfigured like you would not believe. Still, to this day, easily the worst crime scene I've dealt with ever. I've seen a lot in like 40 plus years. I've been a homicide detective for all 12 years. I don't think I've seen anything quite that bad this case. Interviews with the foremost experts in their field. Murder is the ultimate crime. To me, a nobody. Murder is the ultimate murder. An NCIS investigation. You have a lovely spirited young lady who vanishes middle of night on what should be one of your safest environments in the United States, right? Largest naval base we got. Unsolved cases. One day they will pay for it. Someone, anyone to come through with one piece of information that can kind of take us over the edge. A homicide that took 50 years to solve. My mom says they found marine. She's dead. She's dead. No, no, no. And you'll be hearing 2 cases that came from AM listeners. So I just like, send a message out there and next thing you know, I'm like they actually got ahold of me. But these listeners are also family members of homicide victims. This was a big, big loss for us. I mean, he was an amazing, outstanding person. You know, I'm really appreciative of you guys getting ahold of us. Yeah, and helping us have a voice. It is so meaningful for us that you as listeners, and in particular these that are family members of victims, have reached out to us and are letting us share their stories with you. The only word I can really think about right now is honored. You giving us these stories means that we are hopefully doing the job we set out to do. We'll be back next Tuesday with a brand new episode of Anatomy of Murder.