Sherry Smith continues to look for justice and find answers the only way a mom would know, file a lawsuit and make the people that were with Lauren tell what happened the day she died. Unfortunately Sherry did not get justice or answers. This episode you will hear directly from the judge that ruled in Sherry Smith's case. You decide if Sherry received justice.
A Police Officer's Conversation Part 2 ~ Chris Yarchuk
Part 2 of Chris Yarchuk the White County Police Officer head of security for Wakefest. Chris takes us through the events of Wake fest and finding Lauren's body. This was the first time Sherry Smith and Chris Yarchuk have ever talked. This was an emotional conversation with Chris Yarchuk describing the events of the day. A special thanks to Chris Yarchuk and all the officers who put their lives on the line.
From A Police Officers View Point~Conversation with Chris Yarchuck
Chris Yarchuck met Lauren the night before she died at Fishlipz. Lauren bounced up to him asking about being a police office. The next time Chris Yarchuck saw Lauren she was floating face down at Pate's Ford Marina. This is a conversation between Chris, Sheila Wysocki, and Sherry Smith.
Sherry and Mike Review Lauren's Autopsy
On this episode you will hear audio of the autopsy report being translated loosely to Sherry and Mike Smith. The private investigator going over the report was brought in by an attorney that contacted Sherry and Mike. All along I have said this is a podcast that is bringing you behind the curtain, it has been an ugly ride and it is going to get uglier. I want you to know what really happens in cases and be completely transparent. I am not indicting the police but showing what happened to a family. There are heroes in blue, Chris Yarchuck and Ryan Melanson, those are two officers you want to show up. This podcast is not a case tied up in a bow, it is messy and real.
Mark Gillespie Forensic Investigator Part 2
Mark Gillespie will answer questions from the audience. Mark Gillespie, from Texas, has 35 years of investigative and forensic science experience. A former federal agent with a forensic science master’s degree, Gillespie launched his PI profession in 2004 and specializes in criminal defense investigations, cold cases, human trafficking, and missing persons. He has a passion for seeking justice for victims and the accused. “Facts may not always be what they appear, let’s roll!