Co-hosts Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and Eric Bland — discuss Alex Murdaugh’s latest motion to dismiss his appeal in the Satterfield case and what it might mean about how much money he ACTUALLY has. Plus Alex’s former law firm PMPED and Alex’s older brother Randy Murdaugh have officially put themselves in line with Alex’s victims. Also on the show, is it worth it to taxpayers to try Alex’s financial crimes separately?

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?

All that and more… so let’s get into it…

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Tags: Financial Crimes, Gloria Satterfield, Murdaugh Family History, SC Justice System