Happy Halloween, y’all!
First, thank you to everyone who attended the two pre-book release events in Charleston this weekend.
Mandy got the privilege to hug hundreds of listeners this weekend and that was the best feeling in the world.   Mandy says, “I don’t know what I was nervous about – y’all reminded me immediately that I have the best fans who show up when it matters.”
A huge highlight? Sandy Smith – who is an obvious main character of Mandy’s book – surprised her Friday night at the Co-Op and she was brought to tears seeing so many people rallying around her and offering their encouragement. 
We’re 2 weeks out from Blood On Their Hands publication date and I just have to ask you again to please purchase a book at bloodontheirhandsbook.com or buy a signed copy today from our Talk Shop LIVE sale on Monday November 6th at 7pm – click here now to snag your copy asap before they are gone! 


If just a fraction of y’all listening buy a book, we might be able to reach a crazy goal of getting on the New York Times Best Seller list.
We got to some really great — and IMPORTANT — discussions on today’s episode. Starting with Team Murdaugh’s seemingly strange dismissal of their Confession of Judgment appeal in the Satterfield case. 
Also on the show we talk about PMPED’s and Randy Murdaugh’s gross and greedy decision to hop in line with Alex’s financial victims. Not only do their claims paint a clear picture for us on who these people are, it shows how little accountability they think they should have for Alex’s crimes.
Plus, we discuss the case of a former Allendale councilman who pleaded guilty to raping a 12-year-old girl at a sleepover. The 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office struck a deal with him where he got to plead to a lesser charge, putting him in prison for TWO YEARS. Worse than that? The Solicitor’s Office made it a point to say that the victim consented to the deal. 
Was justice served there? 

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