“In Las Vegas, a lawyer with huge gambling debts is accused of a financial fraud that left hundreds of victims in its wake.”
“The serial killer media industrial complex rages on, but what has it taught us? Very little about the crimes in question, and much more about ourselves.”
‘What’s the Worst Thing You’ve Ever Done?’
In Scott Kimball, the FBI thought it had found a high-value informant who could help solve big cases. What it got instead was lies, betrayal, and murder.
Why the 9/11 Families May Never Get Closure
LSS: Because Trump wants to be pals with Saudi crown prince Mohammad Bin Salman.
Why did the FBI Betray Billy Reilly?
How FBI silence and stonewalling forced William and Theresa Reilly to travel to Russia to find out what happened to their son.
The Caviar Con
When caviar-crazed Eastern Europeans flocked to Warsaw, Missouri to poach eggs from a vulnerable species of fish, federal agents went undercover and spent two years to build a case against them.
Evidence Over Intelligence: How Robert Mueller Sought Justice for Pan Am Flight 103
The 1988 bombing of Pan Am flight 103 has had a lasting effect on Robert Mueller and the FBI.
The Cartel Next Door
Inside the $1 million plot to execute—in broad daylight—the attorney of a Mexican cartel boss, and the subsequent investigation, which ranged from south of the border to Florida and Texas, to solve the murder.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Value Meals
Sorry you never won a million dollars; hope you at least got a fresh batch of fries.
The Surprising Case of One Houston Robber
The alleged ring leader of a group of violent armored car robbers isn’t the person friends and family knew.