I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin
I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin
About I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin
After 34 years in the police and 25 years in homicide, Detective Inspector (retd) Gary Jubelin is tracking down the detectives who inspire him, criminologists, lawyers, forensic experts and the odd hardcore criminal - to extract their tricks of the trade. Gary's guests reveal the untold true stories of Australia’s most terrifying crimes and insights into the criminal underworld that will leave you fascinated, on the edge of your seat and horrified in equal measure.
In part two of Ben and Amy Smith's conversation with Gary, the pair describe the strain of being accused of sexual assault, the experience of going through court and what it felt like to hear the jury finally deliver their verdict. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben and Amy Smith saw their world turned upside down when Ben was arrested and charged with multiple sexual assaults. The former policeman maintained his innocence and Amy stood by him, gathering the evidence that would eventually clear his name. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Elias knows he's no angel. A shooting, match-fixing, drug and firearm offences - are just some of the crimes he was linked to or convicted of. But John is sharing his story because he thinks there is a lesson to be taken from it, and he hopes young people hear it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Elias' rap sheet goes far beyond on-field indiscretions. As a 16-year-old he was serving time in Long Bay Prison with some of the hardest prisoners in the state. After prison, he carved out a career for himself as a high-profile professional rugby league player, but like a moth to a bright light, he was drawn to the adrenaline of the criminal world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2007, the Federal Government launched the Northern Territory Emergency Response, also known as the Intervention. It included restrictions on alcohol, changes to welfare payments, acquisitions of parcels of lands, education, employment and health initiatives, restrictions on pornography and other measures. When Mary Keaney saw the confronting images on the news, she uprooted her life to travel there and work for the Aboriginal Legal Aid Service. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mary Keaney grew up a rebel with a strong social conscience, she spent her youth protesting, fighting for the environment and other important causes. Then, in her 20s, she read Nelson Mandela's autobiography and learnt that if you want to fight the system, you first need to understand it. That simple message sent her on a path to becoming a lawyer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ken 'Slasher' Mckay spent 35 years in the police, rising the the rank of Assistant Commissioner. He's an old school cop who locked up plenty of bikies and underworld figures in his time. In part 1, he and Gary talk about some of his cases and he shares his opinion on the current state of policing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Franzese is one of the only men who turned his back on the Mafia and walked away with his life. In part 2 of his chat with Gary, they talk about his time in prison and how he came to turn his life around and leave his life of crime. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Franzese is the former Capo of the infamous Colombo crime family in New York. In part one, he tells Gary how he became a 'made man', what life was like in the mob and his relationship with the Australian Mafia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Graeme Simpfendorfer tells Gary about the 2.4 million dollar Armaguard heist pulled off by the infamous 'Road Gang' and how a long-term investigation, Operation Octopus led to a breakthrough. Graeme also shares what it was like working the Black Saturday bushfires, and reveals the job that almost broke him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Graeme Simpfendorfer first decided he wanted to become a cop when the bank he was working at was held up. Since then, he's worked in all areas of policing, from the armed hold-up squad to the Sexual Offences Child Abuse Investigation Team (SOCIT). Graeme is now the lead investigator on the hit show Hunted. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dean King thought rehab was just an easy way to escape his life in prison, he couldn't have predicted the enormous life-changing transformation he would find there. In part two Dean, tells Gary how he has kept his positive outlook throughout his struggles and always looked on the bright side of life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dean King was facing the unthinkable at just 15 years old, charged with murder after a robbery gone wrong and facing a stint in an adult prison. In part one we go through Dean's downward spiral into heroin use and violence behind bars. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Detectives are often credited with solving tough crimes, but it's often the work that's done behind the scenes that dictates if a crime is solved, this is the work of the forensic investigator. We're joined today by Greg Kelly, a forensic investigator who will take us into the world of the crime scene examiner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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