TRANSCRIPT: To Live and Die in LA, Season 2, Episode 7: Cadaver Dogs

Middle of the night I remember telling him, “You know what? I’m worried about her, I’m gonna go home and sleep.”

So, I came home, she wasn’t home when I came home.

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–“

Ducks on Div (plus some Jayden… and Susan, too.)

I’m genuinely curious why people think Law Enforcement would have any interest in talking with Divine at this point, let alone his new girlfriend? Law enforcement has told us multiple … Continue reading Ducks on Div (plus some Jayden… and Susan, too.)

To Live and Die in LA – TRANSCRIPT S2/Ep1: Meet Elaine – (DUCKS TRANSCRIBED THE HELL OUT OF THIS)

JAYDEN: I mean, it was a bad night for her. She lost all of her belongings, she lost her keys. The reason that she became aware of it is that someone had videotaped the assault and had recently shown her a video of it. She also posted a couple things that night on social media. One was saying that “I hope I don’t die tonight.”

“MURDER DOGS” and “EVERYTHING WARRANTS”…To Live and Die in LA: S2 E8 rant

“These dogs, the detect bodies, they detect blood. They’re basically like, you know, murder dogs.”

That letter about Susan hitting up the Make Yourself Foundation for money has a sentence that seems to suggest there’s actually a THIRD version of this story

I just feel like when you’re out to prove deception in someone else I shouldn’t have to be wondering if you’re being deceptive about it.

Random scraps from To Live and Die in LA that now look suspicious

JEFF: “I will cause you pain” Yesterday I re-listened to most of the episodes while I was cleaning, and — like everyone else who is listening — I’m trying to … Continue reading Random scraps from To Live and Die in LA that now look suspicious

I noticed some strange things about that conversation w/ Kristen in Ep 3. It’s Susan who looks bad in hindsight. TLADILA

…She was like, ‘Don’t show her– don’t tell her about the text messages and don’t send her those pictures of the Compere’s driving by the search.’ Like don’t send them to her– ‘Just send them to me.’ I don’t know, it was so weird. It was like, ‘Are you–? What are you trying to do?’ I don’t want to make her sound bad because I know she’s freaking out, and– I just thought that was really weird.”

To Live and Die in LA: what Elaine Park wrote in her Twitter thread

I’m not making it a legal matter, because the more important weight of the situation is that I stay true to myself and find myself justice.

To Live and Die in LA S2: THE ULTIMATE TIMELINE

LAST UPDATED AFTER THE LAST EPISODE: SEPT. 12, 2021 ⁕ The 💰 notation indicates relation to the accident settlement — JULY 27, 2015 — Father, Playboi Carti, etc., concert at … Continue reading To Live and Die in LA S2: THE ULTIMATE TIMELINE

The Trials of Frank Carson podcast: cast of characters

The judge added that given other problems with the sharing of evidence discovery in the case, the district attorney “should have been sitting here and hearing what the problems are in your office. I don’t get it. I have never seen a case of this magnitude – as you know, I have tried some cases of some magnitude – where the District Attorney’s Office has made so many mistakes with respect to discovery.”