PPR Bonus Stephen Singular on updated edition of Legacy of Deception

Today on the show we have a special treat – – instead of a regular episode the listeners will get a special sneak preview of our brand new bonus material.  To kick off the the launch of our Patreon campaign we spoke with Stephen Singular all about the brand new updated edition of Legacy of Deception. Stephen explains why he has updated the book and some of the new pieces of information he has included.  From Christopher Darden’s admissions that EDTA was grounds for a mistrial, to evidence that the murder of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman may have been drug related, this is a jam-packed conversation not worth missing.  Stephen and I also discuss the importance of getting this information out the the public,  and why true investigative journalism matters now more than ever.

Download PPR Bonus episode

For all those interested in supporting the work that I do,  please go and visit Patreon and consider becoming a subscriber to the podcast.  Here is a breakdown of what you will get for a small donation:

$1 a month – special on air thank you,  and be listed in the video credits

$3 a month – question of your choosing answered on air, or special on air thank you and be listed in the video credits

$5 a month – access to bonus podcast, a question of your choosing answered on air, special on air thank you and be listed in the video credits

The bonus podcasts will be everything from interviews and investigative reports to more personal ones involving me and my life.  Every little bit helps,  so if you can,  please consider donating.  For those who would prefer to make a one-time donation,  you can always click on the donate button on the upper left hand side of the website.

Show Notes:
Legacy of Deception Kindle edition

Legacy of Deception Smash Words edition

My Patreon page

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