Transcript of Crime Stories with Nancy Grace podcast interview with Susan Park

“But if– trafficking– I heard that if you drug the girl and threaten their lives, or their family’s lives, they’re trapped somehow. Especially when it’s drugged. So, I’m confused. People are giving me hope, but I’m confused. I don’t know if she’s alive. I don’t know. I’m– people are trying to keep me up hope, but it’s fading out.”

To Live and Die in LA: audio – Jayden being lazy

Jayden is doing his best imitation of a cross between a sloth and the “Just Take a Breath, Son” parent, while simultaneously working to make himself sound important and the situation infinitely more complex than Neil, in his naive civilian-hood could ever comprehend, not to mention wholly unalterable by God or man, it culminates in what may be some record-breaking, top tier, super-duper-Jayden-level-bullshit: “In fact, we’re really waiting on the Justice Department Information Center.” Meanwhile, Neil just goes and Googles that shit and starts reading it off the fucking internet. CLASSIC.

To Live and Die in LA Season 2 TRANSCRIPT: Origins (Bonus 1)

We ignore each other and every once in awhile we have confrontations and she closes her door, whatever. But, uh, she has, she has problem with cleaning the kitchen, and she’s really a messy girl. So whenever I give her hard time about it, she says– she gets really mad. So at one point, um, she goes, “I feel like killing–” um, not killing, “I feel like hurting myself–“