32 minutes | Nov 30, 2018

Four: An Ambiguous Investigation

The investigation into Richard Aderson's homicide has been kept under tight wraps by the New York State Police for the last two decades. Initially the police appeared to be transparent, seemingly sharing information with the media. But as time has passed, the New York State Police have become increasingly stingy in releasing any information related to Richard's investigation.   Why have the police withheld seemingly harmless information? And what are their motives? In this episode, we'll begin to tackle the question of WHY the police have monopolized that information.   This podcast may contain information that some may find disturbing.   Thanks to:   “Carry Me Again” by GeeNerve is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US   “Turkey Time” by Monk Turner is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0    Extra THANKS to Lee Farber for composing the outro track, "Road Rage" for the episode   And a very special THANK YOU to Slightly Stoopid & Chris for allowing us to use: “Thinkin Bout Cops” by Slightly Stoopid from Slightly Not Stoned Enough To Eat Breakfast Yet Stoopid
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