Alex Murdaugh’s Big Lie, A Wedding Tragedy & Another Cheer Lawsuit – Week In Review 5/6/2023

“It isn’t over until, well, ever …”

In her latest column for The Washington Post, the brilliant Pulitzer Prize-winning author Kathleen Parker observed that the ‘Murdaugh Murders‘ corruption saga “isn’t over until, well, ever.”

She’s got that right …

More than two months after Alex Murdaugh was convicted of brutally murdering his wife and youngest son in South Carolina’s ‘Trial of the Century’ – and sentenced to life behind bars – this story continues to drive national headlines and is once again firmly ensconced in the lead block of our latest Week In Review.

This week, we discussed a seismic revelation from Murdaugh regarding one of the mysterious deaths tied to his now-infamous family – and gave our audience an update on the latest developments in the big civil case that precipitated its collapse.



In addition to our Murdaugh coverage, research director Jenn Wood did an amazing job covering an unspeakable tragedy that occurred on Folly Beach, S.C. last weekend – a tragedy this news outlet is keeping close tabs on given the propensity of South Carolina’s court system to prioritize the interests of the accused over those of the victims.

Wood and special projects director Dylan Nolan also delve into the latest Cheer, Inc. lawsuit – which involves a high-profile program and legendary coach.

Finally, I give our audience an update on the status of the 2024 presidential race, including my recent conversation with one of the up-and-coming candidates in that contest.

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Alex Murdaugh Responds To Lawsuit Involving Housekeeper’s Death
Boat Crash Case Drags On


A Perfect Day Ends In Tragedy


New Cheer Lawsuit Names Navarro College, Legendary Coach


Vivek Ramaswamy Interview



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Will Folks (Brett Flashnick)

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.



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1 comment

stephen henry Top fan May 7, 2023 at 7:10 pm

If SLED has not obtained Alex Murdaugh’s GPS and phone records from day of Gloria’s “fall”, then there is no serious ongoing investigation of her death. His “alibis” for his location and activities that day are frighteningly similar in content and concept to his alibis for the evening of Paul and Maggie murders. There is a very real possibility that AM murdered Gloria as part of a well-planned insurance scam. Further, it is highly likely that some of the on-going “mysteries” about AM’s motivations for murdering Paul and Maggie are hidden in what happened at Moselle the morning of Gloria’s “fall”.


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