A Dangerous Family (Ward Weaver)
NOTE: This episode contains some graphic descriptions and testimony. Listener discretion is advised. Also, please excuse my slip as I accidentally refer to self incrimination as “self-discrimination”.
In 1984, Ward Weaver, Jr. was convicted of first degree murder in California. Decades later, another member of his family would be convicted of murder. And then decades later...
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