Disgraceland reviewed, the Pope's final con, & Dassey's SCOTUS appeal
Published February 23, 2018
69 min
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    Before we take a week off for school vacation (thank you, children) we'll circle back to some important True Crime Updates. The election to fill the statehouse seat of the late Danny Ray Johnson, subject of the "The Pope's Long Con," was this week...and it wasn't even close. "Making a Murderer"'s Branden Dassey has asked SCOTUS for a Writ of Cert (we'll explain what that means). The headliner for this show is the rock'n'roll-themed "Disgraceland." No interviews. No investigations. No audio tape. Not even the artists' music. Just a host spinning tales of musicians behaving very badly. Does this new chart-topper hit all the right notes? In Crime of the Week, it's one thumb down. SPONSORS THIS EPISODE Squarespace - Use the offer code CWO to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain EverlyWell - Use promo code CRIME to take 15% off your first order Le Tote - Enter promo code CRIME at checkout to get 50% of your first month "The Good Fight" on CBS All Access - CBS.com/crime for your FREE trial of CBS All Access Felix Gray Glasses - Go to FelixGrayGlasses.com/CRIME to try a pair "Sunburn" - by best-selling author Laura Lippman
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