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I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin
After 25 years working in homicide, former Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin is sitting down across the interview room table from cops, crims, addicts, victims, small-time cheats and big-town lawyers, asking them to share their stories.
One of the country’s most successful podcasts, I Catch Killers reveals the reality of life and death inside the justice system. Gary talks about the big things with an open mind - good and evil, hope and suffering, joy, tragedy - and redemption. I Catch Killers is a True Crime Australia production.
- 342 - Badass female warrior: Dr Felicity Gerry KC Pt.2
Dr Felicity Gerry KC dropped out of school to ride horses. But it didn’t stop her becoming a top barrister, representing people accused of some of the most horrific crimes. Moving to Australia over a decade ago, she saw first hand the horrors of Don Dale - including the appalling treatment of one of her clients, who was starved in prison to “take the bite out of him”.
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- 341 - Defending the fish brain terrorist: Dr Felicity Gerry KC Pt.1
Dr Felicity Gerry KC fights for people caught up in messy situations - murders, terrorism and war crimes. She represented a terrorist accused of the bomb plot in Federation Square on Christmas Day. She even helped save Mary Jane Veloso from death row just 30 minutes before the young mother was due to face the firing squad.
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- 340 - Finding strength at rock bottom: Andrew Truong Pt.2
Former drug dealer Andrew Truong spent years meeting addicts in secretive locations to sell them their next hit of heroin. But the law soon caught up to him. Thrown into jail with cockroaches and rusty showers, Truong felt like his life was about to end. Ultimately, his new life was just beginning.
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- 339 - Heroin and highs before the low: Andrew Truong Pt.1
Drugs, fast cars, cash and beautiful women. That’s all convicted drug dealer Andrew Truong wanted in life. He went from selling party pills at raves to dealing heroin in dingy streets. He was earning more money selling drugs than he was working three day jobs. For two years, Truong’s life revolved around selling drugs and eating Hungry Jacks. Until it all came crashing down.
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- 338 - ‘I’m also a survivor’: Grace Tame Pt. 2
Grace Tame was 15 when she was first sexually abused by her teacher. She was a school girl. He was an ex soldier. But the true fighter in this story is Grace. Overcoming the darkest moments of her life, the fearless activist is reclaiming her power while also supporting victims of sexual abuse.
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- 337 - The loneliness of the long-distance runner: Grace Tame Pt. 1
You might know Grace Tame as an activist for survivors of sexual assault, but there’s so much more to the 2021 Australian of the Year. As a teenager, Grace moved to the US by herself and struck up a friendship with John Cleese. Grace joins Gary Jubelin to chat about everything - including why she ran for 72 kilometres straight, how she uses humour to punch up and what really happened during that moment she met former prime minister Scott Morrison.
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- 336 - Battling bikies: Craig Semple Pt.2
Armed with beer glasses and metal knuckle dusters, the Finks bikie club violently crashed a police Christmas party. Former detective Craig Semple got caught on the wrong end of one bulked-up bikie who king-hit him, knocking him to the ground. For years after, he spent nights lying awake fantasising about vengeance. This is his revenge story.
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- 335 - The cop who fell to Earth: Craig Semple Pt.1
In just two years, former detective Craig Semple dealt with 12 murders and a budding serial killer. There were jail murders, drug murders and domestic violence murders. He even spent Christmas morning at a murder scene, after spending the night setting up a swing set for his young kids. But ultimately, locking up the bad guys took its toll.
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- 334 - The Baddest
Meet one of the baddest figures of Sydney’s underworld. He committed his first crime at 12 years old. He was acquitted of several armed robberies involving millions of dollars, fast cars and balaclavas, and he was charged with attempted murder. His identity has been hidden - until today.
Read more about this fascinating story at thebaddest.com.au.
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- 333 - ‘Street-smart with a psychopath profile’: Shirley Singh Pt. 2
Max Sica horrifically killed three of Shirley Singh’s children. They were found dead in a spa bath. The water was overflowing. There was blood on the walls. Years before he committed the horrendous triple murder, Max Sica was described by a prison psychologist as having the hallmarks of a psychopath. This is how a quiet family home became the scene of one of the most gruesome crimes Australia’s ever seen.
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- 332 - ‘My three children were murdered’: Shirley Singh Pt.1
Shirley Singh’s three youngest children were brutally murdered in the family home. Max Sica killed his girlfriend Neelma, 24, and her two siblings, Kunal, 18, and Sidhi, 12. He attacked them with a garden fork, dumped their bodies in the spa bath and flooded them with scalding hot water. Just a decade earlier, Sica had been sentenced to nine years behind bars for 83 offences. The fearless mum joins Gary to share her chilling story, keeping the memory of her three kids alive.
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- 331 - Seizing the superannuation of child abusers: Andrew Carpenter Pt.2
While many paedophiles face a few years behind bars, their victims are given a life long sentence of suffering. Fighting lawyer Andrew Carpenter has one mission - to make Australia the most dangerous place for child sex offenders, and it starts with seizing super.
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- 330 - The man most hated by child sex offenders: Andrew Carpenter Pt.1
Andrew Carpenter is a lawyer and a mixed martial arts ring announcer. He’s also known as the most hated man in Australia by child sex offenders - and it’s his badge of honour. As a voice for survivors of child sexual abuse, Carpenter has spent years locking up the lowest of the low criminals.
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- 329 - The detective and the killer: Jack Roney Pt.2
Jack Roney had a secret. Between searching for missing children and attending heartbreaking murder-suicides as a detective, he was looking for something more. During his commute to work, Jack secretly spent months fiercely bleeding words onto the page. Soon after, he left his career as a cop in favour of life as a crime writer.
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- 328 - Stranger than fiction: Jack Roney Pt.1
Jack Roney joined the police fresh out of high school. He attended fatal car crashes, got in fights with bikies, was sent to the scene of tragic murder-suicides and interviewed children whose parents were shot and killed in their own home. Needing to escape the heavy toll of child protection, Jack Roney found a way to process the hard truth of what he was seeing by becoming a crime fiction writer
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- 327 - Catching the Jet Set Bandit: Ed Kinbacher Pt.2
Former detective senior sergeant Ed Kinbacher has seen a lot of crime in the past 40 years. He locked up notorious con man Danny Shakespeare. He observed the horror left behind by a mother who killed eight children days before Christmas. But one case that still bugs him is that of the mysterious Jet Set Bandit.
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- 326 - How to solve a murder with pigs and acid: Ed Kinbacher Pt.1
Ex top cop Ed Kinbacher has a reputation for unorthodox investigations. He’s conducted his own backyard experiments to catch killers, he’s taken unusual measures to track down persons of interest, and he’s been first on the scene as an active shooter fired at a Queensland hospital. Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, policing very much runs through the recently retired detective senior sergeant’s blood.
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- 325 - "Are you going to really help my husband?" Craig Foster Pt.2
Craig Foster sacrificed his entire life for a man he’d never met. Foster spent months flying around the world between FIFA, the UN and European embassies fighting for footballer Hakeem al-Araibi, who was wrongfully detained on his honeymoon. Prepared to lose whatever it took, including his house, Foster assured al-Araibi’s wife that her husband wasn’t going to die in prison. What unfolded was an incredible race against the clock.
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- 324 - Pride, playing for your country and exposing injustice: Craig Foster Pt. 1
Craig Foster is a former Socceroo captain, TV presenter, law student - he’s even won the odd Logie Award. But at his core, he’s just a guy from rural Australia, hoping to make an impact on the world. When he heard Hakeem al-Araibi had been wrongfully detained in a Thai prison, Foster reacted the only way he could. He quit his job, packed up his life and went overseas to save a man he’d never met.
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- 323 - Breaking the badness: Tony Hoang and Russell Manser Pt. 2
Tony Hoang was a teenage drug dealer hanging out with violent gangs and feeding a raging heroin habit. Not far away, Russell Manser had robbed his first bank at 22 - the first in a string of several violent burglaries. This is how they escaped the deadly world of crime.
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- 322 - Breaking the badness: Jeffrey Morgan and Nader Hamdan Pt. 1
Nader Hamdan was just 16 when he punched a cop in the jaw and grabbed his gun. On the other side of New South Wales in Redfern’s notorious streets, Jeffrey Morgan was running riots with police and robbing banks. Both men were heading to an early grave or life behind bars. Instead, they turned their troubled lives around. This is their redemption story.
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- 321 - Giving up was not an option: Damien Thomlinson Pt.2
In part two of Gary's chat with Damien they talk about his incredible survival and how his positive attitude and drive helped push him forward and achieve what many thought was going to be impossible.
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- 320 - Without warning: A Commando's incredible survival Pt.1
Private Damien Thomlinson is a former member of the elite 2nd Commando Regiment of the Australian Army who was terribly injured after a bomb explosion in Afghanistan. His inspiring journey back from the dead stands as proof that no challenge is too great and that the ANZAC spirit is truly alive and well.
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- 319 - William Tyrrell update
There's been a lot of headlines about the William Tyrrell investigation recently. This is what Gary Jubelin has to say.
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- 318 - Someone somewhere knows something Meni Caroutas Pt.2
Imagine if your loved one suddenly vanished. Just disappeared into thin air with no trace left behind. Every year in Australia, 38,000 missing persons reports are made. While many are found, thousands are left with no answers. Former cop-turned-reporter Meni Caroutas, host of The Missing Australia podcast, talks to Gary about some of the most chilling unsolved investigations.
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- 317 - From Kings Cross cop to the hunt for missing persons Meni Caroutas Pt.1
King's Cross in the '80s for a young cop was like Mardi Gras, the circus and New Year's Eve all rolled into one. Whatever you wanted, you could get it. For former detective Meni Caroutas, working the glitter strip was his dream job - until everything suddenly came crashing down. Meni joins Gary to chat about the moment his career ended, and how it led him to his lifelong mission of finding missing persons.
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- 316 - Bonus: I Catch Killers audiobook preview
Here's a special treat - the first few chapters of Gary's book I Catch Killers from Audible. Serial killings, child abductions, organised crime hits and domestic murders. This is the memoir of a homicide detective.
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- 315 - On the trail of terrorists: Lindsay Hall and Amanda Glover Pt 2
A Bunnings employee and a nail gun. That was the key to foiling a potentially very deadly Christmas terrorist attack in Victoria. AFP's Lindsay Hall and Amanda Glover walk Gary through some of their biggest stings.
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- 314 - Face to face with the Federal Police: Lindsay Hall and Amanda Glover Pt 1
As acting members of the Australian Federal Police, Amanda Glover and Lindsay Hall have spent more than 40 years investigating police fraud, drug crimes and preventing terrorist attacks. The duo sit down with Gary to chat about the tricks they use to catch crims, and Glover reveals how she busted a suspicious family daycare syndicate that falsely claimed $13 million of taxpayer money.
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- 313 - ‘I’ve gone too far on this one’: Paul Fenech Pt. 2
Adults-only funny man Paul Fenech has written a Bogan Bible, holds a record for the most amount of swearing on TV, and he’s thong-slapped his fans right around Australia. Working his way up from cleaner to comedian, he’s walked a fine line between humour and causing offence. But Pauly tells Gary the one time he took it too far.
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- 312 - Comedy and cancel culture: Paul Fenech Pt. 1
Paul Fenech is the Logie-winning Maltese-Australian comedian who created smash hits Pizza, Housos and Bogan Hunter. But he says woke sensibilities have changed so much that his career would be impossible today - and he’s waiting for the day he gets cancelled.
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- 311 - Breaking rocks and the problem with prison: Matt Law Pt. 2
Subscribe to Crime X+ today.Having spent 18 years behind bars, ex-bikie Matt Law knows the problems of prison better than anyone. He’s lived much of his adult life maximum security, he’s been addicted to opiates, but now he’s found a new sense of calm. Working as a peer mentor, Matt is helping ex-prisoners find their feet upon release.
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- 310 - Bikie life and 18 years behind bars: Matt Law Pt. 1
Subscribe to Crime X+ today.Matt Law has spent half his life in jail. When he was a kid, he escaped a difficult home life and became a ward of the state. As he got older he searched for a tribe and found it - in an outlaw bikie gang. Matt takes us into the dark world of bikie life, revealing the strict club rules and what it takes to be nominated.
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- 309 - How to solve a murder: Charlie Bezzina Pt.2
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. Fingerprints identify the victim as 26-year-old Kelly Hodge, but a killer is still on the loose. Homicide detective Charlie Bezzina talks us through each of the five suspects, only to end up with dead ends, until months later they receive a call. This is what led them to her murderer.
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- 308 - How to solve a murder: Charlie Bezzina Pt.1
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. A naked body was found wrapped in a blanket on the side of the road. Legendary homicide detective Charlie Bezzina takes us through every step of the investigation as the cops experienced it, in real-time, revealing the vital clue that led them to the killer.
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- 307 - Drug dealer turned stand-up comic: Andrew Hamilton Pt.2
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. What do you get when you combine a mushroom dealer and a prison sentence? In Andrew Hamilton's case, the answer is comedy gold. In part two Andrew takes Gary through his time behind bars and the prison food reviews that helped launch his stand-up comedy career.
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- 306 - A mushroom kingpin goes to jail: Andrew Hamilton Pt.1
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. Andrew Hamilton was a PR young-gun with a bright future, he also owned a high-profile pizza shop in Potts Point. From the outside everything looked great. But underneath it all Andrew had a secret life as one of Sydney's biggest magic mushroom dealers, and his gambling and drug addictions were running rampant.
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- 305 - Introducing: The Missing
Enjoy a sneak peak into the new series, The Missing Australia. Episode one is here for your listening pleasure. Former cop-turned-reporter Meni Caroutas investigates some of Australia's roughly 2,600 unsolved missing persons cases. If you enjoy this episode, you can listen early and ad-free to The Missing Australia podcast now on Crime X+.
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- 304 - Dark obsession: Nicole Madigan Pt. 2
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. Nicole Madigan felt like she couldn't escape her stalker Karissa as she continued to bombard her with endless harassment. Finally, she was pushed too far. In part two Nicole talks to Gary about the long process to get justice and protect herself and her family.
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- 303 - Pursued by a stalker: Nicole Madigan Pt. 1
Subscribe to Crime X+ today. Nicole Madigan is an accomplished and confident journalist, but her life was totally turned upside down by the actions of a stalker. In part one, she tells Gary how a chance encounter with a stranger led to a campaign of abuse and harassment that would last for years.
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- 302 - The cost of a life in Kings Cross: Neil Cummins Pt. 2Wed, 24 May 2023
- 301 - Walking beside John Ibrahim: Neil Cummins Pt. 1
Neil Cummins has dealt with bikie brawls, street fights and the general chaos that was life on the streets of King's Cross. Neil worked his way from nightclub doorman to personal bodyguard to John Ibrahim, the king of the cross himself, today he takes us into the seedy underbelly of that time.
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- 300 - The hunt for Mr Cruel: Chris O'Connor Pt. 2
Chris O'Connor was the lead investigator on Task Force ‘Spectrum’ which was responsible for investigating the abduction and sexual assault of several schoolgirls in Victoria and sadly the murder of one of those girls. This case is wildly known as the Mr Cruel Investigation. Today Chris gives us a rare inside look into the decades-long investigation.
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- 299 - The worst of the worst: Chris O'Connor Pt. 1
Chris O'Connor is a former Detective Senior Sergeant specialising in Sex Crime Investigation and during his 36-year career in the Victorian Police, he was widely regarded as one of the most experienced detectives in this field.
In part one, Gary and Chris talk about what it was like investigating some of the worst predators in the country, from child abusers to a man who was purposefully infecting people with HIV.
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- 298 - Dead man's switch: Duncan Burns Pt. 2
The road to recovery is seldom a straightforward and easy path. Duncan Burns cheated death and walked away from his club, but it took some more hard lessons to put him on his current mission as a youth worker looking to keep young offenders out of detention centres and change the way we look at crime.
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- 297 - Shot in a gang war: Duncan Burns Pt. 1
Duncan Burns was a lost young man searching for a tribe when he first met a bikie gang member who introduced him to a lifestyle of fast rides, fast living and plenty of drugs. Unfortunately for Duncan, this world isn't one you can survive in long and in 2005 he was shot in a gang war and left dying in the gutter.
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- 296 - 'Honesty is easy': Nader 'Lionheart' Hamdan Pt 2
Looking at Nader Hamdan's early life, a betting man might expect him to end up in and out of jail - or even dead. But Nader defied the odds through grit, determination and his unrelenting passion for becoming a champion boxer. In part two of his chat with Gary, Nader talks about what gave him the drive to change and what he wants to tell young men who are struggling to stay on the right side of the law.
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- 295 - 'The Devil had him': Nader 'Lionheart' Hamdan Pt 1
Nader 'Lionheart' Hamdan is a legend of the boxing world, in 2003 he was ranked number two in the world in the middleweight division, just behind Oscar De La Hoya. But Nader's rise to the top wasn't easy, he was troubled and violent in his youth, in part one he talks about his years in a juvenile detention centre after an incident with a policeman's gun.
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- 294 - Remembering Courtney: Leesa and Ron Topic Pt. 2
Leesa and Ron Topic felt like they were in a living nightmare, they had endless questions about how their average ordinary daughter could end up shot dead by police. It took an inquest for them to find answers. In part two, the couple shares what Courtney's legacy is and why they will never stop fighting for change.
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- 293 - 'Judge, jury and executioner': Leesa and Ron Topic Pt.1
‘Make sure you hang out the washing’ - This was the last communication Leesa Topic had with her daughter Courtney. It was written on a note she left in the kitchen of their West Hoxton Park home.
Within hours of hanging out the family’s washing, Courtney Topic aged just 22, who had never been in trouble was shot dead by police.
Today, we are talking to Leesa and Ron Topic, the parents of Courtney.
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- 292 - Rock bottom and recovery: Tom Carroll Pt. 2
Tom Carroll was at the top of his game, he had it all: world championships, a loving family, fame and fortune - but he also had a dark secret, Tom was an addict. In part two of his chat with Gary, he talks about his experiences with crystal meth and cocaine, and the rock bottom moment that led him to recovery and enlightenment.
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- 291 - Big waves, big risks: Tom Carroll Pt. 1
Tom Carroll has caught his share of killer... waves. A two-time world champion surfer, Tom has had huge highs and crashing lows. In part one of his chat with Gary, Tom talks about what drew him to surfing, his career and how he became involved in drugs.
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- 290 - Speaking with a survivor: Twelve Tribes Pt. 2
Matt Klein says that he was drawn to the kindness and community spirit of the Twelve Tribes, but eventually, the bizarre and sometimes cruel rules governing the group led to him fleeing with his children. His wife remains in the group and has cut off contact with Matt and the family.
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- 289 - Gary interviewed by Matty JohnsMon, 10 Apr 2023
- 288 - Inside a secretive Australian sect: Twelve Tribes Pt. 1
The inside workings of the Twelve Tribes religious group here in Australia and around the world are shrouded in mystery. We're joined by Journalist Tim Elliott who is pulling back the curtain and exposing some dark truths.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Sat, 08 Apr 2023
- 287 - Tracking terrorists: David Leach Pt 2.
In part two of Gary's chat with recently retired Scotland Yard Detective David Leach, the pair talk about David's work in some very high-profile counter-terrorism investigations and his work on a decade-old unsolved murder.
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- 286 - Face to face with a serial killer: David Leach Pt 1.
Not everyone can say they stared down a serial killer, but recently retired Scotland Yard Murder Squad and Counter Terrorism Detective David Leach has done just that. In part one of his chat with Gary, David talks about the investigation that led to the arrest of Levi Bellfield, a serial killer that had been terrorising London until his arrest in 2004.
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- 285 - Presumption of innocence?: Ben and Amy Smith Pt 2
In part two of Ben and Amy Smith's conversation with Gary, the pair describe the strain of being accused of sexual assault, the experience of going through court and what it felt like to hear the jury finally deliver their verdict.
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- 284 - A man accused: Ben and Amy Smith Pt 1
Ben and Amy Smith saw their world turned upside down when Ben was arrested and charged with multiple sexual assaults. The former policeman maintained his innocence and Amy stood by him, gathering the evidence that would eventually clear his name.
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- 283 - Regrets and redemption: John Elias Pt 2
John Elias knows he's no angel. A shooting, match-fixing, drug and firearm offences - are just some of the crimes he was linked to or convicted of. But John is sharing his story because he thinks there is a lesson to be taken from it, and he hopes young people hear it.
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- 282 - The original rugby league bad boy: John Elias Pt 1
John Elias' rap sheet goes far beyond on-field indiscretions. As a 16-year-old he was serving time in Long Bay Prison with some of the hardest prisoners in the state. After prison, he carved out a career for himself as a high-profile professional rugby league player, but like a moth to a bright light, he was drawn to the adrenaline of the criminal world.
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- 281 - Seeing the Northern Territory intervention from the inside
In 2007, the Federal Government launched the Northern Territory Emergency Response, also known as the Intervention. It included restrictions on alcohol, changes to welfare payments, acquisitions of parcels of lands, education, employment and health initiatives, restrictions on pornography and other measures.
When Mary Keaney saw the confronting images on the news, she uprooted her life to travel there and work for the Aboriginal Legal Aid Service.
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- 280 - A wild child that went from protester to barrister
Mary Keaney grew up a rebel with a strong social conscience, she spent her youth protesting, fighting for the environment and other important causes. Then, in her 20s, she read Nelson Mandela's autobiography and learnt that if you want to fight the system, you first need to understand it. That simple message sent her on a path to becoming a lawyer.
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- 279 - The people on the back of the busWed, 08 Mar 2023
- 278 - Busting bikies and battling bludgers
Ken 'Slasher' Mckay spent 35 years in the police, rising the the rank of Assistant Commissioner. He's an old school cop who locked up plenty of bikies and underworld figures in his time. In part 1, he and Gary talk about some of his cases and he shares his opinion on the current state of policing.
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- 277 - Walking away from the mob
Michael Franzese is one of the only men who turned his back on the Mafia and walked away with his life. In part 2 of his chat with Gary, they talk about his time in prison and how he came to turn his life around and leave his life of crime.
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- 276 - One-on-one with a former Mafia bossSun, 26 Feb 2023
- 275 - On the trail of a two million dollar heist
Graeme Simpfendorfer tells Gary about the 2.4 million dollar Armaguard heist pulled off by the infamous 'Road Gang' and how a long-term investigation, Operation Octopus led to a breakthrough. Graeme also shares what it was like working the Black Saturday bushfires, and reveals the job that almost broke him.
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- 274 - The cases that made Hunted's lead investigator
Graeme Simpfendorfer first decided he wanted to become a cop when the bank he was working at was held up. Since then, he's worked in all areas of policing, from the armed hold-up squad to the Sexual Offences Child Abuse Investigation Team (SOCIT). Graeme is now the lead investigator on the hit show Hunted.
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- 273 - Life of Brian
Dean King thought rehab was just an easy way to escape his life in prison, he couldn't have predicted the enormous life-changing transformation he would find there. In part two Dean, tells Gary how he has kept his positive outlook throughout his struggles and always looked on the bright side of life.
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- 272 - Teen killer to millionaire
Dean King was facing the unthinkable at just 15 years old, charged with murder after a robbery gone wrong and facing a stint in an adult prison. In part one we go through Dean's downward spiral into heroin use and violence behind bars.
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- 271 - Infiltrating the MafiaWed, 08 Feb 2023
- 270 - Bullets rained down
Former detective Colin McLaren’s jaw-dropping career saw him dealing with mass shootings, hunting the Mr Cruel serial rapist and infiltrating the mafia. In part one, he shares the inside stories of these life-changing cases.
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- 269 - They always leave a trace
Greg Kelly joins us again to talk more about his work, this time in the field of arson investigation. Greg outlines the telltale signs of arson and his involvement investigating the tragic Quakers Hill nursing home fire.
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- 268 - Inside the world of the crime scene examiner
Detectives are often credited with solving tough crimes, but it's often the work that's done behind the scenes that dictates if a crime is solved, this is the work of the forensic investigator. We're joined today by Greg Kelly, a forensic investigator who will take us into the world of the crime scene examiner.
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- 267 - The sometimes less than glamorous life of a call girlWed, 25 Jan 2023
- 266 - How Amanda Goff became Samantha XSun, 22 Jan 2023
- 265 - How a thug found inner peaceWed, 18 Jan 2023
- 211 - Sex, drugs and a Buddhist monkSun, 15 Jan 2023
- 210 - Facing the death penalty
Rob Langdon was in a foreign country, away from his family and friends, facing the death penalty for murder. In part two of his chat with Gary, Rob talks about his strategies for survival in the unforgiving prison in Afghanistan and how he came to be released.
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- 209 - Seven years in an Afghan prison
Rob Langdon describes himself as an honest man, not necessarily a good man. He was a former soldier working as a private contractor in Afghanistan when he was involved in an incident that resulted in a man's death and saw him facing the death penalty.
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- 208 - Pride, pain and finding your tribe
In part two of Rudy's chat with Gary, he talks about how he fell in love with a man out of the blue in his 20s and realised that he was gay. Rudy also talks about travelling back to New Zealand to find his cultural roots and how he finally found his place in the world with comedy.
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- 207 - A lifetime of trauma and laughter
Comedian Rudy-Lee Taurua was born into a world where people talked with their fists and drugs and alcohol abuse was the norm. It felt inevitable that he would go down the same path. In part one of his chat with Gary, he talks about his decade-long addiction and how he overcame it.
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- 206 - An act of state sponsored terrorismWed, 28 Dec 2022
- 205 - The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior
Philip Marshall found himself on the case of a lifetime as he and a team of New Zealand cops were brought in to investigate the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, a Green Peace vessel that was involved in protesting nuclear testing. The case took Phillip and his team on a wild ride with many twists and turns.
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- 204 - 40-year wait for justiceWed, 21 Dec 2022
- 203 - Dear John...
Russell Oxford returns for a record-breaking fifth episode of I Catch Killers. Russell shares the story of Roxlyn Bowie, a 31-year-old woman from Walgett in NSW . Russell covers her mysterious disappearance and her family's 40-year wait for answers and justice that finally came earlier this year.
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- 202 - The media's role in keeping investigations honest
In part two of Hedley's chat with Gary, they talk about his investigations into the murder of Lynette Dawson and Shandee Blackburn. The pair discuss the media's role in uncovering mistakes and corruption that can otherwise hinder the course of justice.
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- 201 - Hedley Thomas - a journalistic outsider
Hedley Thomas is a multi-award-winning journalist whose work has exposed corruption and miscarriages of justice. He has helped solve serious crimes that might otherwise have remained unsolved. You won't want to miss this fascinating insight into Hedley's work.
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- 200 - The aftermath of a shooting
The night Daryl Green was shot, his dad received the most horrifying call a parent can get, his son was lying in hospital, shot in the face and shoulder. Daryl's recovery and subsequent return to policing showed his incredible strength and resilience.
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- 199 - Shot twice
Daryl Green is a former Queensland cop who found himself shot twice in an ambush while responding to a routine call, his partner was shot too, Daryl shares his experience of that harrowing night and how he immediately went into fight mode.
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- 198 - The man who vanished into thin air
Caroline and Kylie are back to talk more about the disappearance of Paddy Moriarty, the mischievous Larrimah local who vanished without a trace along with his dog, Kellie.
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- 197 - Getting lost in Larrimah
Gary is joined by Kylie Stevenson and Caroline Graham, two journalists, podcasters and authors who found themselves drawn into a very unusual murder mystery in a tiny outback town.
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- 196 - Terrorist attacks and Mexican drug cartels
In part two of Nathan Edward's chat with Gary, they talk about what it was like to be on the ground documenting the September 11 attacks and aftermath and the time he found himself visiting an ice factory in Sinaloa.
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- 195 - Capturing a coup and meeting a murderer
Nathan Edwards is a former newspaper photographer who has covered some of Australia's, and the world's, biggest crimes. In part one Nathan tells Gary about the time he had a conversation with a murderer before he was arrested, his time covering a murder mystery on Norfolk islands and his experience seeing the aftermath of the Bali bombings.
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- 194 - The fight to keep our kids safe
In part two of Kristi McVee's chat with Gary, she talks about PTSD, leaving the police and her new mission to keep kids safe.
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- 193 - The toughest job in policing
Kristi McVee is a former detective and specialist child interviewer, she spent years investigating child sexual abuse and prosecuting pedophiles. In this chat, she gets real about the scope of the problem and the challenges you face as a cop chasing down pedophiles.
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- 192 - Solving the murder of Lainie Coldwell
Lainie Coldwell was found at dead the base of a large gum tree with severe head injuries that later killed her. At first glance, it looked like an accident, but Gerry Thornton trusted his gut and his single-minded pursuit of the truth, even when he wasn't supported by his own organisation, lead to a murder conviction for her husband.
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- 191 - A cop that refused to give up
This week we're joined by Gerry Thornton, a former Queensland cop who worked for 32 years covering high-profile investigations such as the murder of Lainie Coldwell. In part one, Gerry talks about his career and his habit of chasing up clues that other people tended to ignore.
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- 190 - 'I came from the darkness into the light'
Tony's life hit rock bottom as his friends died around him, he had no one to turn to, no one he could trust, and then a twist of fate took him to his salvation.
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