It was another tremendously busy week at FITSNews, which made for yet another jam-packed edition of our increasingly popular ‘Week in Review’ segment.
We kicked off this week with more coverage of the still-unfolding Bowen Turner saga, which has sparked a national uproar and additional attention on South Carolina’s “Injustice” system.
Stay tuned for much more on the Turner story in the coming days, as our director of special projects Dylan Nolan and I work on a mini-documentary related to this flagrant miscarriage of justice.
In the meantime, here are the show notes from this week’s installment …
BOWEN TURNER SAGA
What When Wrong in Bowen Turner Case?
Another Shady Character Gets Bond In South Carolina
South Carolina Superintendent Candidates Face Off In South Carolina Lowcountry
South Carolina Superintendent Candidates (Full Debate)
MURDAUGH MURDERS UPDATES
Pressure Mounting On Stephen Smith Case
Forensic Team Rises To The Challenge (Full Interview)
Murdaugh Financial Probe Metastasizing
Former Bank CEO Puts His Home On The Market
Richland County Makes Stunning Reversal On Murdaugh Jailhouse Calls
ELON MUSK AND TWITTER
Elon Musk Offers To Buy Twitter For $41.4 Billion
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Thanks again for listening and we will see you all next week …
ABOUT THE AUTHOR …
Will Folks is the founding editor of the news outlet you are currently reading. Prior to founding FITSNews, he served as press secretary to the governor of South Carolina. He lives in the Midlands region of the state with his wife and seven children. Oh, and unlike some leaders in the S.C. General Assembly, he knows how to tie a Windsor knot.
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