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.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 59m. Bisher sind 264 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 3 Tage.

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episode 16: The sometimes less than glamorous life of a call girl


In part two of her chat with Gary, Amanda Goff shares some more of her experiences as Samantha X and reveals why she retired from escort work and what the future has in store. 

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episode 15: How Amanda Goff became Samantha X


Gary has stared down murderers, but Amanda Goff still managed to make him nervous. In part one, Amanda and Gary discuss why she decided to trade in her 'picket fence' life to become a sex worker. 

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episode 14: How a thug found inner peace


Luke Kennedy's wild ride through life almost came to an end in a disastrous trip to Thailand that left him in hospital. But it was this trip that would plant the seeds that would lead him to redemption.

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episode 13: Sex, drugs and a Buddhist monk


Luke Kennedy's life was ruled by his ego, like many lost young men he was a wrecking ball of pain, brawling, getting stabbed and generally up to no good, until a catastrophic chain of events led him to enlightenment. 

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episode 12: Facing the death penalty


Rob Langdon was in a foreign country, away from his family and friends, facing the death penalty for murder. In part two of his chat with Gary, Rob talks about his strategies for survival in the unforgiving prison in Afghanistan and how he came to be released. 

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episode 11: Seven years in an Afghan prison


Rob Langdon describes himself as an honest man, not necessarily a good man. He was a former soldier working as a private contractor in Afghanistan when he was involved in an incident that resulted in a man's death and saw him facing the death penalty. 

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episode 10: Pride, pain and finding your tribe


In part two of Rudy's chat with Gary, he talks about how he fell in love with a man out of the blue in his 20s and realised that he was gay. Rudy also talks about travelling back to New Zealand to find his cultural roots and how he finally found his place in the world with comedy. 

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episode 9: A lifetime of trauma and laughter


Comedian Rudy-Lee Taurua was born into a world where people talked with their fists and drugs and alcohol abuse was the norm. It felt inevitable that he would go down the same path. In part one of his chat with Gary, he talks about his decade-long addiction and how he overcame it.

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episode 8: An act of state sponsored terrorism


In part two of Philip Marshall, he talks more about the fascinating investigation into the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior and the breakthroughs that lead them to answers and an arrest.

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episode 7: The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior


Philip Marshall found himself on the case of a lifetime as he and a team of New Zealand cops were brought in to investigate the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, a Green Peace vessel that was involved in protesting nuclear testing. The case took Phillip and his team on a wild ride with many twists and turns.

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