As a special holiday episode Yolanda from Not Perfect or Functional Podcast aka my little sister returns! This time we discuss the ever-debated Darlie Routier case.
Yolanda's Podcast: www.notperfectorfunctional.com or look for it under "Not Perfect or Functional" on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Book: A Killer in My House: The Darlie Routier Story by David Kennedy
Link to DNA results: www.dallascounty.org/public_access.php Choose "accept" on main page and then enter case number F9639973 to see Darlie Routier's case-related documents.
Video: "The Wrong Man?" (says 20/20 Full Episode, but it's not that show).
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On Christmas week 1992, a series of murders took place in Dayton, Ohio. Some would call it a case of “thrill killing” others would point to juvenile delinquency, dysfunctional family issues or just plain bad kids. The identified “ringleader” would fit none of these stereotypes and yet, made the decision to go on a murder spree that would shock his community.
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Three generations of one family are murdered on Christmas Eve, 2007 in Carnation, Washington.
Several resources were used in the research for this episode including:
The State of Washington v. McEnroe and Anderson, Certification for Determination of Probable Cause, Dec 28, 2007.
Natalie Singer, Seattle Times, "Court papers tell of victims' terrifying last moments," Dec 29, 2007.
Steve Miletich, Jennifer Sullivan, Sara Jean Green and Sonia Krishnan, Seattle Times, "Carnation slaying suspects: a history of arguments, paranoia," Dec 28, 2007.
Levi Pulkkinen, Seattle News, "Man admits to Carnation killings in bid to dodge death sentence," www.seattlepi.com, Jan 9, 2014.