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Murder in House Two
The shocking, riveting inside story of one of the biggest cover-ups in US military history. You thought you knew about the Iraq War? Everything you knew is about to change. Forever.  Written and narrated by filmmaker Michael Epstein, Murder in House Two is about what really happened in the Haditha Massacre of November 2005, when 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians – including women and young children – were shot multiple times by a group of US Marines. But it’s about much more, too: about one man’s fight for justice, about how the US government tried to prevent the truth ever...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 596 ratings
Amazing
So in-depth and very easy to follow. How easy is it for us to judge whilst sitting in our lounge room.
Bonmilly via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/15/21
Mixed feelings
I feel the story that you were telling was an incredible one, but I’m torn with not being a fan with the way YOU told it, I felt almost as if when you said you had an emotional response to something, that when telling the story you felt pretty dry, but again it could simply be that you are just...Read full review »
Lionessinflames via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/21
Absorbing and essential listening
Really hits home the evil and good humans can do.
n2truestories via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/21
Recent Episodes
From the makers of Murder in House Two, this is Unaccountable. Join Ben Cohen and Aloe Blacc in the campaign to hold the police accountable by ending qualified immunity. If you'd like to hear more, search for 'Unaccountable' in your favourite podcast platform.   See acast.com/privacy for...
Published 05/18/21
In the final episode of the series, we've reached the trial of Frank Wuterich, and Michael still has questions about the 9mm shell case in House Two.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/23/20
There was a survivor in the back bedroom of House Two, but why was her testimony kept from the NCIS? What does it mean for Mendoza’s version of events, and for the fate of Frank Wutertich?   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/16/20
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