Episode 6 - WTF Florida
In this episode, Kristin admits to being a fish murderer. Amy’s hubby is finally back in town! And the girls discuss the crazy shit that happens in the state of Florida.
Kristin’s case brings her down to sunny Miami, Florida, which was the cocaine capital in the 70’s and 80’s, and there was no one more infamous for trafficking that white powdery substance than Griselda Blanco. Griselda was an entrepreneur, but also a cold blooded murderer, and it’s hypothesized she killed at least 40, if not over 200 (wtf!), people during her reign as the cocaine godmother. Unfortunately for Griselda, her life came to a bloody end in 2012. Get the details in our latest ep!
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Griselda Blanco. (2019, September 22). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griselda_Blanco.
Hamilton, E. L. (2017, November 16). The cold-blooded Cocaine Godmother of Colombia invented the motorcycle drive-by shooting that killed her. Retrieved from https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/11/16/the-cold-blooded-cocaine-godmother-of-colombia-invented-the-motorcycle-drive-by-shooting-that-killed-her/.
Merryweather, C., & Merryweather, C. (2019, April 15). 10 Craziest Facts About ‘The Godmother’ Griselda Blanco. Retrieved from https://listverse.com/2018/09/13/10-craziest-facts-about-the-godmother-griselda-blanco/.
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Sutta, D. (2012, November 20). Griselda Blanco: Escaping The Electric Chair. Retrieved from https://miami.cbslocal.com/2012/11/20/griselda-blanco-escaping-the-electric-chair/.
Álvarez, J. G., & Efe. (2012, September 13). Colombia’s “cocaine queen” living in obscurity when she was shot dead. Retrieved from https://elpais.com/elpais/2012/09/13/inenglish/1347536945_696771.html.
Amy’s case talks about the Doogie Howser wannabe, Malachi ‘Doctor Love’ Robinson who from the age of 17 had been interested in the medical field and treating patients even without the proper licensing or education, but thanks to the internet and $29.99 later, he was able to fool and scam many people all up until he treated his last patient in 2017. Join us as we talk grand larceny, private practices, and the wonderful world of obstetrics and gynecology!
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Freeman, M. (2018, December 15). Teen who faked being a doctor heads to prison for 3 years. Retrieved from https://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-pn-teen-doctor-plea-deal-20180104-story.html.
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Ramadan, L. (2016, August 16). Post exclusive: Teen ‘doctor’ denies all fraud accusations. Retrieved from https://www.palmbeachpost.com/article/20160217/NEWS/812035701.
Rosa, C. (2016, February 18). The Fact People Believed This Teenager Was a Real Gynecologist Is Beyond Deranged. Retrieved from http://www.vh1.com/news/244959/teen-impersonates-doctor/.
Webster, E. S. (2016, February 17). How This Baby-Faced 18-Year-Old Was Caught Pretending to Be a Real Doctor. Retrieved from https://www.teenvogue.com/story/teen-caught-posing-as-doctor-florida.