Sue is groomed from ages 12 to 16. With a home life that is intolerable, she runs away with the man she thinks she loves. Hear Sue herself bravely recount her harrowing story of abuse, imprisonment, sexual assault - and finally - her rescue.
When the house of Madoff fell, there were innumerable restitutions owed to his victims. This is the story of Bernie and Ruth’s asset forfeiture within the Madoff Penthouse, where everything was up for auction - from a Steinway piano to Bernie's underwear.
Bobby Joe Claybrook, Jr. is wanted for attempted murder. When his pursuers approach the house, Bobby Joe fires through the window before they can reach the door. Hear two members of the Marshals' Two Rivers Violent Fugitive Task Force tell their story of survival and perseverance.
Lilly Schmidt is beautiful, mysterious and deadly. Facing a long jail term, Lilly hires a mafia hitman to kill two federal agents in the hope that her other charges will fade away. Things don't go according to plan.
As parents there’s nothing we fear more than child predators. What makes them tick? How do they choose a victim? Today we sit down with one of the world's foremost experts on the subject, forensic psychologist Dr. Michael Bourke. He has interviewed or evaluated over 1,000 sex offenders over three decades. Prepare to be educated. Dr. Bourke’s insights will help keep you and your children safe and able to recognize subtle red flags.
Join us as we recount the high-stakes manhunt for Eric Frein, who fled into the Pocono mountains after killing a Pennsylvania State Police Corporal and critically wounding a Trooper - all in an attempt to ignite a revolution. For 48 days, law enforcement agencies including the U.S. Marshals' Special Operations Group scoured the mountainous terrain in search of Frein. Tune in to hear the inside story of the relentless pursuit and capture of this killer.
This is the most honest, funny and powerful episode yet. Join three female Deputy Marshals as they recount stories from the beginning of their careers in the Wild West of courthouses, more commonly known as DC Superior Court. They've been jumped, punched, bitten and, while out on a warrant, one was even set on fire. None of this slowed them down. It's just another day at the office.
Jacob Scott was placed on the U.S. Marshals’ Top 15 Most Wanted list. Scott, who fled days before he was supposed to plead guilty to 14 counts of child sex abuse in July 2018, was accused of sexually assaulting his 14-year-old stepdaughter, ultimately impregnating her. Shortly after, there were signs of suicide: a gun, a note and some blood drops in a dingy found in the Gulf of Mexico. Eighteen months later, he was in custody. Hear from those who tracked him down, as well as from a courageous mother and ex-wife who takes us inside her world.
Growing up a sharecropper's son in the segregated South, Louie McKinney joined the U.S. Marshals Service and rose through the ranks to become the agency's first Black Director. Louie has done it all and seen it all. In this episode, we'll discuss some of the more infamous characters to have crossed his path. Among them, Frank Lucas, John Hinckley Jr. and Joe "the Animal" Barboza. Along the way, Louie was almost an unwitting accomplice to the Watergate break-in scandal. Louie McKinney became a legendary lawman over the course of his career and has some great stories to tell.
It’s one of the world’s most exclusive airlines. Convicts only. Welcome to Con Air. Transporting criminals in a closed and confined space is dangerous. There are a unique set of challenges to prevent the plane from descending into chaos and violence. Unlike the movie starring Nicolas Cage, there are no steel cages or shackles on the seats. An incident can kick off anytime. On the other hand, many inmates find themselves rubbing elbows with some of the many celebrities who have flown on Con Air…from Chris Brown to Martha Stewart to Somali pirates. Come aboard Con Air!
The fatal shootings during an eleven-day standoff at Ruby Ridge have always been controversial. With any controversy, it's important to hear a variety of perspectives. For the first time in thirty years, Deputy Marshals Art Roderick and Larry Cooper discuss the incident in great detail, including the deaths of Deputy Marshal Bill Deegan and Sammy Weaver.
In this episode, we delve into the mysterious disappearance of Brian Keith Freeman, a man who murdered his estranged fiancée and then vanished without a trace. We'll explore the circumstances surrounding Freeman's disappearance and the conflicting evidence that has offered more questions than answers. Did Freeman take his own life in a remote wooded area, or did he flee justice and go on the run? Join us as we explore this open case and try to unravel the mystery of what really happened to Brian Keith Freeman. Listen now and decide for yourself.
Andre Sterling was wanted for Armed Assault with Intent to Murder after shooting a MA State Trooper in Cape Cod. A manhunt ensued, and the Marshals tracked Sterling to a tiny apartment in the Bronx. What followed was a dramatic shootout. One Deputy was shot five times. Join us for this candid and emotional story told by the Deputy Marshals who were there.
In April 2022, Vicky White, a respected sixteen-year correctional officer at the Lauderdale County Detention Center throws her career and life away when she helps Casey White escape the Detention Center. Casey was serving a seventy-five-year sentence for attempted murder and kidnapping. The two go on the run and trigger an intense national manhunt led by the U.S. Marshals Service. Hear exclusive interviews with those who brought the two to justice.
In Part 1, we learned how Casey White escaped from Lauderdale County Detention Center with the help of Vicky White, a sixteen-year veteran corrections officer. Turns out, Vicky White was much more instrumental in devising and executing the plan than the Marshals had initially thought. Vicky and Casey were proving quite elusive. Still, the Marshals were concerned that Casey might kill Vicky once he had no need for her. Join us for Part 2 of this nationwide, eleven-day fugitive hunt and its tragic conclusion.
You’ve heard the U.S. Marshals detail the national fugitive hunt and ultimate capture. Now we are going to concentrate on two people who knew Vicky and sought to bring her to justice: Lauderdale County District Attorney Chris Connelly and Lead Investigator Matt Burbank from the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office. They reveal a personal perspective of the tragedy and add new information to this head-turning case.
In our final episode covering the baffling and tragic case of Vicky and Casey White, Vicky's friends and coworkers from the Lauderdale County Detention Center discuss Vicky's past relationships, how the escape could have been planned, and the red flags that were missed.
Rodney Bryant Carnes thought he could evade the Marshals' Lone Star Fugitive Task Force by finding a very unique way to hide in his mother's house. He was quite wrong. They dismantled the house around him!
Today we revisit one of the most devastating domestic terrorism attacks in U.S. history. On April 19th, 1995, Deputy Marshal Chuck McNeil was a first responder to the federal building and then two days later he was put in charge of Timothy McVeigh, the man who had just murdered 168 people, many of his friends among them. Marshal Johnny Kulman, now the Marshal of the Western District of Oklahoma, was only a few blocks away at 9:02am and rushed to the federal building to help rescue survivors. In an act of "divine intervention", Trooper Chuck Hanger arrested Timothy McVeigh on a routine traffic stop just 90 minutes after detonation. Don't miss this moving episode.
Members of the U.S. Marshals Special Operations Group (SOG) transport El Chapo to and from court in NYC. If he is going to escape, this would be the time to do it. At the conclusion of the trial, SOG whisk him away in secret and take him to ADX Florence in Colorado. Hear about their security plans, their conversations with El Chapo, and their biggest challenges in transporting the most dangerous man in the world.
A rookie cop with a bright future makes a big drug bust. His mentor comes to him and offers $15,000 if he tells the District Attorney his search was illegal. The rookie uncovers a secret ring of corrupt cops and is forced to take action.
Whitey Bulger was one of the most infamous names in American crime history. Racketeering, murder, armed robbery and extortion were just a few of his crimes. Acting on a tip from a compromised FBI agent, Bulger went on the run and was able to evade capture for sixteen years. That is until… our guest today, Neil Sullivan, a deputy U.S. Marshal, joined the FBI’s Bulger Fugitive Task Force. With a two million dollar reward on his head, Bulger’s days were numbered.
We continue our conversation with two people who knew Vicky White and had the difficult task of bringing her and Casey White to justice: District Attorney Chris Connelly and lead investigator from the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department, Matt Burbank. In a Chasing Evil exclusive, hear the letters in which Casey White wrote about how he and Vicky would meet their end as law enforcement closed in.