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"So, when am I getting my stuff back?"
Special thanks to @LawAndCrime for sending us the documents.
Sarah Boone full bodycam footage - • Police Grill Accused M...
Sarah Boone full interrogation - • FULL Police Interrogat...
TCL analysis - / @truecrimeloser
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23 Mar 2023



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@danbull 5 meses atrás
"this has all backfired on ME" says the murderer
@AnhedonicAlien 5 meses atrás
Oh hi, Dan
@aimzpoppy695 5 meses atrás
Because she convicted herself with evidence she forgot to delete😂. It's literally like every time she demands that the whole thing was "NOT INTENTIONAL" she's convinced the detectives will turn around and say 'OHHH okay, sorry that's okay then! You're okay hun, go on home, sorry we thought you did something criminal' 😂😂
@aimzpoppy695 5 meses atrás
She's 100% confident that manslaughter doesn't exist and if someone dies but she says 'it wasn't intentional' enough times that she can convince the everyone that she's a victim. These kind of people are deeply narcissistic and manipulative, but the fact they have SO much misguided self-confidence and invincibility is hilarious, it makes good comedy considering it's just a single person repeating the same phrase numerous times😅.
@colemak5646 5 meses atrás
creeper rap?
@captainLoknar 5 meses atrás
OMG his family and kid will be PISSED at me HAHAHA -murderer
@CaptainColdyron222 2 meses atrás
Wow. Her being worried that she might have a panic attack from being locked in a holding cell is really ironic considering how she killed the guy.
@goosewhisperer6275 2 meses atrás
Yes! She obviously has a total lack of self-awareness!
@bethkovacs2128 2 meses atrás
Killed a guy by locking him in a suitcase***
@leticiakiddey8334 2 meses atrás
Sorry but I would never lock someone in a suitcase never in a million years
@rockyevans1584 Mês atrás
​@@bethkovacs2128you ok? Safe to assume most, if not all of the people reading comments have watched or are watching the video. Even if they haven't, the comment is fine and it may pique their interest. What were you hoping to accomplish here?
@splorpme2261 Mês atrás
@@rockyevans1584 emphasizing how ironic it is tht she was worried about being in a confined space, ya robot
@agreziak4110 Mês atrás
saying "guys this is not cool" when you're getting charged with murder is so ridiculous im surprised they didnt laugh
@megamanfan298 28 dias atrás
Cause laughing at soulless lobotomies makes the situation worse. She was just being infuriating the entire time, but I do see where you’re coming from though.
@phoenixyt124 17 dias atrás
When Youre a literal interrogator, you have to be ice cold, and always be aware of the consequences your words may bring to the situation. Interrogation techniques are really hard to master, and you must be really careful of what you say, and especially what you do and how you move and approach the suspect in question.
@soapastoaster Mês atrás
when you start an answer with "honestly" it puts the cops at ease and lets them know you are telling the truth
@bethpowers8150 Mês atrás
Lol yep
@shareelalala 26 dias atrás
@javonnewilliams2136 22 dias atrás
😂😂😂😂 and "believe me when I say this"
@reallythere 15 dias atrás
@NeilCWCampbell 8 dias atrás
I actually taught my autistic bro to actually start rudely but no aggressively
@ElonNicole 3 meses atrás
The fact that she *keeps* requesting soda and cigarettes from a murder scene is infuriating.
@effaroundfindout 2 meses atrás
Dude I would be freaking out without my vape in that situation. The soda is definitely not as important but I can't be separated from my nicotine
@vickyanderson2733 2 meses atrás
@@effaroundfindout also she was hungover and panicking so needing sugar/soda is really understandable
@nokia_princess 2 meses atrás
She was requesting stuff during her interview too. She is just a demanding and entitled Karen
@jacobsaunders1092 2 meses atrás
@@vickyanderson2733she doesn’t look panicked too me, more like mildly inconvenienced.
@nintandao64 5 dias atrás
Everything about this woman is infuriating. Her gaslighting, the dodgy responses, antagonistic quips. Mercy to anybody within her orbit
@randyladd4528 4 dias atrás
the most arrogant person ive ever seen interrogated and even more arrogant that she actually did it. she hasnt taken accountability for a single thing in her life
@AskForDoodles 8 meses atrás
She's so terrifyingly, childishly delusional; she really thought "I didn't mean to" was some magic phrase that fixes everything. Cop: You're guilty of murder... Her: I didn't mean to. Cop: Oh, that's ok then, have a Dr. Pepper on the house 👍
@JimmyMack21595 8 meses atrás
Yea like she just made a big oopsie daisy lol
@anonymousbrowsing2909 8 meses atrás
Well technically it would be a different crime i think wouldn’t it ?
@madisonsimper6684 8 meses atrás
@@anonymousbrowsing2909 it might be manslaughter as opposed to murder, but you’re still going to jail
@ghostface5559 8 meses atrás
lot of women are, her parents probably enabled everything she did and let her off easy if she had any excuse.
@torm0 8 meses atrás
@@ghostface5559 Well her ex said that she was repeatedy bailing the boyfriend out for domestic abuse. Maybe she was too weak to leave him but snapped when he was put in a vulnerable position.
@ianckoerner 2 meses atrás
The fact the ex husband allowed her to stay with him for the night before the interrogation is WILD
@nkay91 2 meses atrás
Sooo wild!!
@kelvincarlisle3402 2 meses atrás
This is what I don't understand. This lady just killed her boyfriend. And you let her sleep over your house. Maybe he just wanted to have sex and let here see here child for last time.
@user-vq3mq5kj8e 2 meses atrás
Be even worse if she turned up with a very large empty suitcase
@beankobe8205 2 meses atrás
@@kelvincarlisle3402I mean he did it for his son
@deletesomething5564 2 meses atrás
Am I missing something? Was he made aware the victim was left in a suitcase to asphyxiate by the woman he let sleep over? You all got hindsight, I don't think she would've blabbed about committing murder either.
@Lightning_Toad 2 meses atrás
Somehow, the most painful part of watching this interrogation is her absurd degree of narcissism and complete lack of self-awareness. You'd think she was a teenager reproaching people for gossiping about her, yet her abusive boyfriend, purple from asphyxiation, was locked in a suitcase while she slept soundly upstairs. It's like a fever dream
@user-xh9lo2vn8j Mês atrás
His daughters😢😢
And mocked him with an evil laugh. She's so immature it's weird
@baggot.phaguette Mês atrás
Hearing the desperation in his voice, calling her name :(
@germainesamuel1999 24 dias atrás
Nobody, And I Mean, NOBODY!!!! Could have Said it Better Than You! I Searched My Brain 🧠 For A Comment to Describe This Woman, but Was Left Speechless. Shmdh 🙄
@JJ-xx2fw 8 dias atrás
Yea agreed so scary
@scottboy 16 dias atrás
You should see her court case fiasco, she is going through an ENDLESS stream of public defenders who keep quitting because she's so incredibly insufferable. Even those who were up for the challenge bailed. She may end up getting the world record for most-public-defenders-caused-to-skidaddle
@YupsOT 14 dias atrás
@kevinpeters9756 11 dias atrás
Thats a cool achievemwnt though lol
@ThaiaGardener 5 dias atrás
@quantum_mechanic 4 dias atrás
Easy to see how she got beat so often
@MM-ww7dk Dia atrás
Tha narrators last comment is hilarious!
@afranz112 3 meses atrás
31:28 "I would do anything for him" "Well you didn't check up on him" "Or let him out of his suitcase" That was delivered with almost perfect comedic timing. It's crazy how despite the dark subject matter of this video there are many moments that are so absurd its comical.
@rickygrenadier6303 24 dias atrás
Feels like a scene out of The Office, or well, The Police Station as it would be called I suppose
@zavierlee695 23 dias atrás
Haha, was super weird, I was exactly at that timestamp when I read the comment
@juliansandler4569 12 dias atrás
If this had laugh tracks nobody would think it doesn't fit lmao
@Tdoggy8 12 dias atrás
the way she says “oh gosh” just tops it off 😭😭
@gifi4 8 dias atrás
have any of you touched grass? That's the way real people talk. Life is dark, humour is the light. Yes, police, paramedics, firefighters all feel the same. Doctors and nurses too. You ever see a police officer in contact with a serious criminal? Discussions happen and laughter is shared because they're all still human, even the criminal who has done something evil.
@marthawhite3353 29 dias atrás
Note to self: If you ever get invited to be interviewed by some detectives, especially if there is a dead body in the scenario, be prepared to be accused of the crime and be honest. Also, make sure you don't actually be the person who killed the dead person. And, when given the chance don't talk to detectives if you are guilty and make sure you get your lawyer involved first. And remember, don't actually be the murderer!
@alexandriathomas3075 14 dias atrás
@sethappleton7628 13 dias atrás
Honestly, even if you didn't do it. Still don't talk to the cops, talk to your lawyer and have them talk to the cops for you. Just in case.
@patrickharper7245 12 dias atrás
Innocent or guilty, get a lawyer first and don’t talk to anyone except them.
@KokaKolaMusic 9 horas atrás
Don't talk to cops regardless.
@lowmax4431 37 minutos atrás
Don't talk to cops period. Get a lawyer even if you are innocent. Detectives will lie to you to try to get you to say something incriminating.
@flightlessbird2281 3 meses atrás
She doesnt deserve a court case, she deserves a suit case.
@Fire-bv3mg 3 meses atrás
@101retardnation 3 meses atrás
"case closed" hits a lot harder now
@brianbadonde9251 3 meses atrás
Badum tssssss
@flightlessbird2281 3 meses atrás
Cue Robert Palmer's 80s hit "I've got a bad case of loving you"
@theauntieshow 3 meses atrás
@eleutheromania6191 2 meses atrás
That first police woman was so great, calm and patient which is exactly what she needed to be. kudos to her!
@christineduffy3113 2 meses atrás
Really the first Policewoman should have taken her down to the station and kept her there at least until the Postmortem or Autopsy was done that just didn't seem correct Police procedure to me
@leapinglaura7343 2 meses atrás
No, the coughing detective is unprofessional, irresponsible and, I'm sorry, just dumb. Can't even keep track of the battery power icon, WHEN YOU'RE ON THE VERGE of showing the video to the killer?! Please.
@pararanthecaveman Mês atrás
@@leapinglaura7343 you're right. But OP is also right about the first police woman. She was very cool headed and had a great temperament. Exactly what you need at that moment.
@WobblesandBean 24 dias atrás
​@@leapinglaura7343 So because she didn't know her laptop battery was low, that makes her an objectively bad investigator...? Bwuh?
@taylorleanne4758 2 meses atrás
The cruel irony of her begging for her cigs and dr.pepper because she is thirsty and has cottonmouth after she laughed and enjoyed as a man begged for air ...the psychopathic nature that some humans possess will never cease to amaze me. so scary and sad..
@tomatosauce7666 2 meses atrás
Careful, someday you may encounter one and have it even worse than just breathing your last in a suitcase...
@UncleDavesKitchen 2 meses atrás
She was seeking so much soothing, the soda, smokes, water. She doesn't like being uncomfortable for a second. I wonder what's going on with this case now. I'm so glad she didn't do this to her son.
@DeepSeas.. Mês atrás
The contempt that the investigators have for her is delicious. Someone as disgusting as her doesn’t even deserve the false manipulative sympathy that detectives usually give to stoke egos.
@mcnamaraky 2 meses atrás
The cop's reaction at 29:08 to the most absurd statement ever is HILARIOUS. He can't hold it in any more: he literally turns to face the other officer and gives her the "This person is not connected to reality" shrug. She literally had just said "It's not fair you assume that's me and what happened" in response to the video evidence. Truly an amazing reaction shot by that officer lol.
@dublinsfaircity 2 dias atrás
Not really. Anyone would react the same as that officer.
I understand wanting to get revenge on an abuser but she’s not lying very well. I think she really meant to go to bed and go to sleep and leave him to suffer in the suitcase. I don’t know that she consciously thought he would die in the suitcase but most likely thought he’d have a very uncomfortable night as a revenge. Regardless, this went terrible. She seems psychotic though. I think they were extremely toxic together.
@vinnaybouge 20 dias atrás
Well said I had something like this typed out but figured someone could phrase it more eloquently. Regardless, this is fucked from all angles
@TKdoggy 17 dias atrás
lack of situational awareness caused by being a moron does not admonish you of guilt. it doesn’t matter whether something that leads to death is intentional or not. it’s up to each person to understand the possible consequence of their actions.
@DamnedBotted 14 dias atrás
Evidence for the abuse ??
@ThaiaGardener 5 dias atrás
I agree.. I don’t think she wanted him to die but I do think she wanted him to suffer so she could say see…. “Next time……..
@alexmonza2823 2 dias atrás
Psychopathic* Not knowing the difference between psychosis and psychopathy makes it look like you don't know what tf you're talking about
@WilsonSilva90 5 meses atrás
Imagine being so intolerable that 6 attorneys refuse to work with you.
@LuisAn.Ve.876 5 meses atrás
I guess she wants someone who set her free from jail, with that evidence not in this life!😆
@SaltySteff 5 meses atrás
Reminds me of when Jodi Arias' attorney tried multiple times to be dismissed from her case. He actually developed cancer from the stress. He's thankfully recovered and has since written a book about it and has retired from law.
@DeathnoteBB 5 meses atrás
@@SaltySteff”May I be dismissed? I have stress-induced cancer.” “Lol no”
@MM-gu8tk 5 meses atrás
no amount of money would make me want to work with her
@alexdasliebe5391 5 meses atrás
⁠Spoken like an honest person,@@MM-gu8tk, that was your 1st mistake. ✌🏼🤣👍🏼
@De4dSp0t 3 meses atrás
Just an update, the other day her 6th lawyer has quit on her. The judge told her if her 7th quits on her he's going to investigate. Yes, 6 public defenders have ran the fk away from Sarah.....The next court date is sometime in October. Her case hasn't even started yet because of this.
@kathleenmorrison8450 2 meses atrás
I wonder if she is using her attorneys quiting as a way of stalling things, and if in her twisted mind she thinks by doing this she can just make everything go away?
@YoBrand15 2 meses atrás
​@kathleenmorrison8450 I mean she's still in jail so it's not really a win.
@assrammington7961 2 meses atrás
Whats going to happen is they’re going to forget the public defenders, declare her incompetent to stand trial, and sentence her to indefinite commitment to a state psychiatric hospital which she will never leave.
@melt2947 Mês atrás
She’s going for the record 😂
@fairy6126 13 dias atrás
she's going to testify for herself 🤣🤣🤣
@BAgodmode 2 meses atrás
I come back and watch this every so often. I recently lost everything in a medical emergency, spent three months on my back. It’s rough. But I watch this and I am thankful I am not as dumb as Sarah.
@clarewelter2207 2 meses atrás
Sorry to hear that. Take care and the best to you.
@BAgodmode 2 meses atrás
@@clarewelter2207 it’s all just things and money, you can’t take it with you. Just happy I got to keep my dog through it all.
@terranaxiomuk3767 2 meses atrás
​​@@BAgodmodeYeah bro. You love that dog. Bj's 24/7.
@pararanthecaveman Mês atrás
Sorry to hear that happened. All the best for the future
@morrighan8787 Mês atrás
Also, it's pure insanity that her only answer to everything is "WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME" and "I DON'T KNOW WHAT MY INTENTION WAS" when all she had to say was "He'd done this to me before and I'd survived, I wanted him to know what it felt like, it didn't cross my mind this could happen because I was drunk, if I could take it back I would." So simple, but she's so arrogant it doesn't even occur to her that she has anyone to impress.
@nikkidotts3687 5 dias atrás
@eatyourvegetables1449 2 meses atrás
It sucks that JCS won't post anymore. Easily my favorite youtuber on criminal cases. The analyzing without overanalyzing and the soothing voice was just perfect. The occasional jokes too, man I'll miss you.
@cindyhurd5488 2 meses atrás
Why aren't they posting anymore?
@JetteAMT 2 meses atrás
JCS is the script writer, not the narrator. The narrator still makes content, but it’s obviously not JCS.
@lovepinkbowzntoez 2 meses atrás
What happened to the second channel?
@lovepinkbowzntoez 2 meses atrás
@@JetteAMTwhat is his channel?
@gromitkid Mês atrás
I watch a lot of these crime stories but this one really got to me. The fact that she recorded him begging for help and she’s laughing at him and mocking him makes me sick. Wtf is wrong with people?
@LawAndCrime 8 meses atrás
Great work as always, JCS!
@matthewkonishi 8 meses atrás
Love your channel too @Law&Crime Network!!
Chad channel
@mleeeem 8 meses atrás
this is the crossover i didn't know i needed.
@hughpeach7090 8 meses atrás
Bro.... the fact that u got L&C giving yall love shows how much yall done came up!!! I been watching yall since the chris watt murders.... so glad yall getting the recognition and love yall deserve!!
@dominickbenincasa5043 2 meses atrás
She talks to the cops the way an exasperated mother does to their disobedient child. It’s wild.
@melissafletcher4026 3 meses atrás
The amount of psychotic traits she lets off is unreal
@BetterMe001 3 meses atrás
Listen I’m like girl wtf 😳 be quiet she cannot even get a lawyer because she likes control
@sharonthompson672 2 meses atrás
28:35. "This is not FAIR!!!" Ohhh give me strength.....🤦
@sarahgraves3077 2 meses atrás
"What made you want to do this?" she is getting arrested😂😂😂😂. Unfortunately I see this type of deflecting responsiblity, narcissistic, victimy behavior in a lot of people. Almost all have control issues.
@playstationskate345 6 dias atrás
i think you meant psychopathic, psychotic is when someone experiences intense delusions on a level that is entirely disconnected to reality (hallucinations, thinking your neighbor's a FBI operative, hearing voices, convinced you're literally God, that type of jazz)
@horizonbumpy2828 10 dias atrás
Sarah: ''i will have to live without him now'' Male detective: ''his daughters too'' Sarah: ''are you trying to make it worse?'' Male detective: ''sorry what'' Male detective's thoughts: YES GODDAMNIT!
@Me26107 10 dias atrás
been waiting 8 months. No and posts 😔
@lisafoos8976 3 dias atrás
I am so astonished that she is focusing only on herself and Lucus' computer. She is extremely self-satisfied that she got him to get in the suitcase. Possibly surprised that he got in at all. I wonder why he did.... She obviously tortured this man and he sounds so scared. (5 minutes for what Sarah?)
@sammyscrappy 2 meses atrás
The fact she thinks that they are texting about her just shows all she thinks about is herself
@FlailTV 5 dias atrás
To be fair, if they're texting each other (which was the impression I got) mid-interview, it seems likely that they would have been saying something about her/the case that they couldn't say in front of her but needed to communicate about immediately. Otherwise why wouldn't they have waited until after the interview and just used their faceholes to say it to each other?
@Takami22 Mês atrás
"Is it long? Because I don't know how much I can take." Yeah, most people don't want to be forced to watch or be confronted by something that shows their guilt. That's an admission of guilt right there.
@OtomoTenzi Mês atrás
She is GULITY to the core, bro... She ain't gettin' out fer like at least 30 years! 😝
@joshcantrell8397 8 meses atrás
Her saying she’s never gonna drink alcohol again was very insightful on her part. She’s gonna be in prison for life.
@TubBunnyChews 8 meses atrás
They can make toilet wine, she'll get her fix.
@IsolatedMinds1321 8 meses atrás
You ever heard of prison hooch my friend?
@LEOHACKMAN247 8 meses atrás
@@TubBunnyChews Definitely a different flavor palette than the OTC wines out in the street.
@MetalSword95 8 meses atrás
Nah shes not a drug dealer, she will only do like 6 or 7years and will be released from prison for 'good behaviour' if she was caught dealing drugs it would be 30 to life
@Michiyo8581 8 meses atrás
​@@MetalSword95 I dont think this woman has ever been accused of "good behavior" in her entire life
In her mind, if she keeps repeating it was unintentional, it will make it ok to let a person suffocate. I am amazed at the detectives and how they kept cool. She got under my skin pretty fast.
@kazz970 2 meses atrás
Thing is, legally, if she'd said not intentional one more time, they'd have had to let her go.
@clairewillow6475 Mês atrás
@twitch7515 6 dias atrás
It is worth noting that people who are beaten like she was are very forgiving of other people who "make mistakes". She may have provided forgiveness so often that she expects it from others. Every time she bailed out her now dead ex she may have been expected to say, "I'm sorry for getting you arrested," in order to receive a, "that's ok baby I forgive you." It is not far-fetched to recognize that psychological manipulation + alcohol = a loss of touch with reality.
@tomdyer8518 2 meses atrás
this case is absolutely fascinating, no pun intended. what a horrific way to go, and she slept, hammered, like a baby all night. right from the jump, on the 911 call, when she starts the insane explanation of, “we were playing, and, uh, he’s dead”, I still remember my jaw being on the floor. a visceral reaction to the insanity I was hearing, and would soon witness. this moon faced murderer has one of the wildest stories I’ve ever heard…
@kirstietittensor8746 2 meses atrás
I think she hurt him & put him in the suitcase then came up with the ridiculous hide & seek story. He had injuries to his body. poor man absolute crazy woman
@Squatch76 2 meses atrás
@@kirstietittensor8746didn’t he beat her several times and go to jail because of it? Obviously she should have left and not killed him, but he shouldn’t have been beating her either. Idk if that is true and she is insane so it’s something she could make up and probably get away with.
@StanleyKubick1 2 meses atrás
What's the pun you think you made?
@Squatch76 2 meses atrás
@@StanleyKubick1 she murdered him with a suitcase
@musicsavant1079 21 dia atrás
@@StanleyKubick1 CASE
@bremen7376 7 dias atrás
I love how she repeatedly try to stand up when feeling dominated by the investigator, like stating "yall cant intimidate me" and the investigator keep repeating to make her sit again. My fav scene would be when she's already handcuffed and tried to stand up trying to acclaim "I did not do anything wrong to deserve this, I aint giving you the upper hand" only to be sitted down again and stare at the investigator feeling overwhelm of intimidation. Like you could see when she's finally intimidated and know oh im fccked up fr now
@lenawall5256 2 meses atrás
Hearing him plead for his life is heartbreaking 😢 if it was truly accidental she would be crying when hearing that video and taking full responsibility for what she had done instead of making excuses!
@Sandi-ke9mi Mês atrás
So many attorneys have quit on this woman. She’s never happy with anything. 🤦🏼‍♀️
@OtomoTenzi Mês atrás
Now I can see why her trial keeps on getting DELAYED... We'll be LUCKY if we even hear anything by Christmas! 🙄
@Mayu8-sd4ep Mês atrás
My mother
@Sandi-ke9mi Mês atrás
@@Mayu8-sd4ep Mine too. 😉🙌🏻
@Bancheaux_Perry 8 meses atrás
Unironically saying “you guys are killing me right now “ during your homicide Interrogation is an almost impressive level of self awareness
@floridasoldat 8 meses atrás
Lmfao seriously
@lucienelson 8 meses atrás
Did you mean “lack” of self-awareness. Narcissism personified
@House_of_Zodd 8 meses atrás
What blows my mind is I've seen people say the exact same thing several times watching these types of videos
@karlvassar-booth8860 8 meses atrás
@@lucienelson he didn’t mean it was a high level. Just an impressive level lmao
@dewilew2137 8 meses atrás
@@lucienelson “zero” is a level, after all.
@dylankennedy6020 2 meses atrás
Being a total Karen while being arrested for murder is hilarious
@SarangKoryo Dia atrás
Totally agree. A Karen. Plain and simple.
@berlynn3519 2 meses atrás
"The lead interrogator shouldnt have conducted the interview that way, but she was unable to do her job and remain proffesional because of her hatred for the suspect." Imagine if we could do this in a customer service job 😂😂
@Brucebod Mês atrás
HA, no doubt!
@FlailTV 5 dias atrás
To be fair, lots of people DO.
@berlynn3519 5 dias atrás
@@FlailTV It is of the bare minimum expectation that one be able to conduct themselves proffesionally and not allow personal feelings to get in the way when its their job. If cashiers arent allowed to get angry at rude customers, then someone whos getting paid more to do a more specialized job should be held to the same standard.
@FlailTV 5 dias atrás
@@berlynn3519 I don't understand your comment as a reply to mine. I was saying plenty of people who work in retail/hospitality/etc DO behave unprofessionally and let their emotions/mood affect their behaviour at work and get away with it. I made no statement about whether or not they (or the detective in question, or indeed anyone in any job) SHOULD be excused for that behaviour or not. Just that they do exhibit it.
@berlynn3519 5 dias atrás
@@FlailTV I guess I misunderstood the context of your comment 🤷‍♀️ my b
@chriswebb592 Mês atrás
7 months... 7 long, long months without a new JCS video. That's the biggest crime on this channel.
@Iokoala 28 dias atrás
Yeah this channel served me well during lockdown 😂
@sad_vegan507 24 dias atrás
He said along time ago he’s done with BRvid strict regulations. Anything we get from Jcs at this point are just videos that he’s probably already worked on that they’re releasing here in there.
@helderboymh 24 dias atrás
​@@sad_vegan507that was, or at least is also something he said before the last two Uploads.
@SIXNINEONEFOUR 22 dias atrás
@N-i-L 9 dias atrás
​@@sad_vegan507I'm sure that the narrator is just the voiceover.
@deonomsubba8765 2 meses atrás
What I find Funny and angry at the same time is that she seriously thinks that by not acknowledging her actions or saying it wasn't her plan, she can actually outwit the detectives and have the entire situation work in her Favour. I can't tell if she's Stupid or she thinks the detectives are Stupid.
@FlailTV 5 dias atrás
Never underestimate the thrilling power of 'both'.
@trish6645 Mês atrás
Continuously using her kid as a shield is abhorrent. Narcissism on a whole other level. I’ve watched this so many times & still can’t believe this is really how she is.
@mranderson718 8 meses atrás
Her not realizing that killing people is a crime even if you didn’t do it intentionally is hilarious.
@SpartanVirus 8 meses atrás
I didn't _mean_ to crash head-on with that bicyclist, hurtling them over my windshield, consequently k*lling them. I was *suuper* drunk, okay?...... Soo, we good, right?
@songcramp66 8 meses atrás
Killing people isn't always a crime though for example self-defense.
@Tessitura9 8 meses atrás
​@@songcramp66 they were playing hide and seek, remember?
@TA-wg9oi 8 meses atrás
It also somewhat makes makes a mockery of 'stand your ground laws' in some American states too!
@soybajo-kira8585 8 meses atrás
Carl, that kills people
@mikaelstrandgren6368 2 meses atrás
Please upload more videos JCS. I love your take on criminal cases, you've been so inspiring to other BRvid channels by the knowledge and research you put into the videos. We begging for you to upload more! Much love from Sweden🇸🇪
@laybourne5837 6 dias atrás
@Phoenix_Rising000 3 meses atrás
I’m glad other people are noticing she’s a narcissist 💯 people need to open their eyes to the narcissists, sociopaths, & psychopaths around them. These people are everywhere!
@cha9165 2 meses atrás
@allluvin7977 2 meses atrás
Yes they are very much scattered everywhere from politicians to policemen to everyday people and possibly someone in your life could be too. There are sociopaths, psychopaths who don’t harm people they just try to live everyday life like normal people.
@mariaangelova8275 19 dias atrás
And they're scary as hell!
@twitch7515 6 dias atrás
While it is true that, statistically speaking, everybody knows several adults who qualify for an NPD, HPD, and/or ASPD diagnosis, let's also not forget about the Dunning-Kruger effect or the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, which run rampant in YT comment sections. Let's recognize this basic fact: everybody has narcissistic and psychopathic traits and having these traits doesn't automatically qualify a person for a personality disorder. This is especially true in the era of social media. Lastly, when one is being interrogated it is perfectly reasonable to accept that the topic of conversation would be about oneself. Some "narcissism" should be expected when you're sitting on the metaphorical hot seat and being asked questions about your experiences, behaviors, and perspectives. A good psychoanalyst wouldn't slap a diagnosis on someone and proceed to treat that person as if they were a stereotype. That person has traits and situations which go beyond the suspected diagnosis. There is much, much more to this case and Sarah's life that we don't know. When I worked at a mental hospital and we heard that an incoming patient had, "delusions and paranoia," it would be wrong for us to assume that the patient was schizophrenic. There are several explanations for delusions and paranoia and ignoring these other potential explanations would have been about as ethical as ignoring someone in a suitcase who says they can't breathe. Sarah is clearly guilty of some form of murder. The fact that (in her own mind) she's not guilty could indicate NPD or ASPD, but I can think of other reasons why she might not see eye-to-eye with the detectives about her guilt. If psychology genuinely interests you (and I hope it does!) I challenge you to do more research and consider other possibilities. [Hopefully it goes without saying that my paragraphs above are meant to be a mental exercise here in the safety of YT comments. If you ever find yourself sharing space with someone whom you suspect could qualify for an ASPD diagnosis, don't second guess yourself! Do what is lawfully reasonable to keep yourself safe.]
@brandonandre1513 Mês atrás
It makes sense that she went to sleep. After painting, puzzles and hide and seek it's always nap time.
@OtomoTenzi Mês atrás
OK, good call!
@davidwilliamson8502 3 meses atrás
It’s insane how much she thinks she can just make up the story and others have to just buy it.
@heybro6105 2 meses atrás
Dude, it was unintentional.
@TheTialalande 19 horas atrás
The sad part about this is she never thought she was good enough to leave him. All the times that he hurt her, she went back to him. There was many police reports about domestic violence towards her... She probably had drama bonding. And that's probably why she kept letting him off the hook and kept saying "we've been doing good, now things are good now.." she drank so that she didn't have to deal with his abuse. But because she couldn't stay clean and sober, and didn't think she was good enough, didn't love herself enough, the addiction ran rampant and the toxic cycle continued until one day she obviously snapped.
@theratofallmydreams 8 meses atrás
i can’t get over the fact that she had over 12 hours to prepare her defence story and still settled on a misunderstood game of hide and seek …
@timbo240 8 meses atrás
Don't forget they were doing a puzzle as well
@megmoo96 8 meses atrás
she also had 12 hours to delete those videos and somehow just totally forgot about them or didnt even think to check her phone before calling 911 🤦🏼‍♀️
@imapineapple15 8 meses atrás
I don't understand why they wouldn't have taken her in right away. She could have left town in that time.
@holisterbruxly4554 8 meses atrás
Had 12 hours to call a lawyer, or atleast say nothing.
@thisisengland3503 8 meses atrás
@RayoDTijuana 2 meses atrás
wonderful how her inner self speaks and said the true by quoting “ I did not, not intentionally kill him” ✨ 30:24
@starteter9308 Mês atrás
I caught that too !
@watchasay2day 3 meses atrás
The man seems to be the more experienced and expert interrogator. He sets up the right questions and allows the suspect to answer and dig herself into a hole while the main interrogator is interrupting and repeating his questions and unnecessarily elaborating. The man keeps it simple and unemotional and the woman just keeps running around the point and not letting the suspect answer. I honestly believe she would not have gotten the same results from the suspect if he hadn't been there.
@StarRacha0t8 Mês atrás
The fact she lacked remorse, is extremely narcissistic, lacked self-awareness, and wasn't even emotional/didn't care that he died. She kept saying that he's dead there's nothing to do as if she doesn't want him to saved.
@WhiteFox8792 27 dias atrás
I don't get why she thinks "not intentionally" is some kind of get out of jail free card. A man is dead, and it's your fault. Intention doesn't matter. This lady is the epitome of infuriating.
@mjhoop5141 17 dias atrás
That ain't no lady..........
@stevenkramer6217 Mês atrás
I love his answer to her question. “Why are you doing this.” “Because George is dead.” It sounds like something you’d hear at the end of a movie.
Her ex husband now having full custody of his kid is the best part of this. She could barely care for herself, I feel bad for the kid
@mirela2608 8 meses atrás
Completely agree
She's an outstanding parent! She excels at everything!
@truthseeker2321 8 meses atrás
@Coogan The kid would have been doing much better in the first place, if custody would have been given to the father, instead of an alcoholic mother.
@TheScramblerTV 8 meses atrás
What you're referring to as custody, is in fact GNU/Custody.
@packerkats7578 2 meses atrás
She keeps using the various forms of the word “intention” like it’s some magic word that proves she’s innocent. Unreal. I can’t believe she never asked for a lawyer.
@krg1965 24 dias atrás
What I really like about this channel is your clear explanation of both the psychology and legal terms, procedures and techniques. I'm from the UK and so get real insight from your US perspective - thank you for all these posts. Oh, I especially like the unambiguous legal term for the motions filed by her attorneys quoted at 36:26 🙂 Thanks again.
@sid6041 13 dias atrás
The lead detective clearly wasn’t ready for an interrrogation like this. Constantly cutting the other detective off either through a need to prove herself or simply a lack of patience, don’t know which one but it caused a lot of valuable info to be lost.
@TheTheOpTiCJewel Mês atrás
“That’s not how you play hide and seek” got me good 😂
@alexthomas962 8 meses atrás
I love how she says “I’m claustrophobic” after leaving a man to suffocate to death in a suitcase
@jeweltorkelson 8 meses atrás
Those kinda people always project onto others. Of course she'd inflict her worst fear onto somebody else. She's all the thinks of I bet, why would she take the time to consider what he'd be afraid of.
@hanselmanryanjames 8 meses atrás
You can cut the irony with a knife throughout this whole interrogation
@jeweltorkelson 8 meses atrás
@@hanselmanryanjames "you're killing me"
@galemiller7422 8 meses atrás
Good point what a heartless evil woman
@princequestly2218 8 meses atrás
She’s just trying to get them to stop. She’ll say anything
@tysenp8193 2 meses atrás
The "Come back tomorrow with any questions you may have" is a brilliant way to get a prime suspect into an interrogation room.
@PaulRacz 2 meses atrás
That officer at the beginning was so frigging pleasant. More cops need to be like this.
@Whatthefk189 28 dias atrás
It’s hard for me to watch all of this video because of how much cringe and disgust that Sarah makes people have. Her inability to recognize that she isn’t the center of everyone’s universe and that she isn’t allowed to “go home” yet having the audacity to demand her phone back and all this other stuff. I feel bad for those who have her in their lives and I feel bad for the son and ex husband. The ex husband’s interview came out recently and it really put into perspective how hateful/despicable Sarah is.
@Matthew-Anthony 17 dias atrás
Do you think that there is an unknown category (similar to stupidity and insanity) that describes the amazing phenomenon that is Sarah Boone? The sheer level of extreme unusual behavior that she demonstrates is amazing. I have never seen anyone like her in my entire life.
@daniell1483 8 meses atrás
It is pathetic that she thinks just because she didn't "intentionally" kill him, that somehow absolves her of responsibility. If you accidentally shoot someone to death, you are still responsible for killing them.
@maryjanerx 8 meses atrás
I feel like she keeps saying that because it was so premeditated
@stevey5151 8 meses atrás
She more than likely wached some murder shows and saw people accused of manslaughter getting bail so was trying to achieve the same. 8 meses atrás
Alec Baldwin: "hold my beer"
@nothingisawesome 8 meses atrás bruh, as if those are really that similar
@yaraeddine127 2 meses atrás
Hi! I was wondering if there’s any way to get a hold of the Jason Beaver interrogation tapes. It’s interesting that Robert’s was released, yet his wasn’t. Even for educational purposes, it’s been difficult. Thanks, JCS, for everything you do. Greatly looking forward to your next episode.
@stickthesecond5085 2 meses atrás
Its incredible how annoyed she sounds in the call just trying to tell the operator he’s already like she’s annoyed the operator is asking her to try and save his life
@mercurymadness2 5 dias atrás
She’s been through 6 attorneys now but I sure hope justice prevails.
@jdollinter Mês atrás
You can tell she’s really sick about it. What a horrible death. It’s all about her. She’s a monster.
@QarleyQuark 2 meses atrás
I love these breakdowns and the fact that...I already know the criminal is caught so a fair and just ending quells my anxiety...also theyre so informative!
@Liiicek 8 meses atrás
"you guys are killing me right now" is one of the most hilariously shocking things she can drop while being interogated for disgusting murder
@SuperPhunThyme9 8 meses atrás
I thought the murder was very clean and tidy
@NeverNude 8 meses atrás
Kind of ironic she felt trapped in a confined space
@DarthPferd 8 meses atrás
Just like a modern woman
@jeehoonoh 8 meses atrás
"I'm blaming it on the wine!" "Ohhh in that case you're free to go! Officers, arrest that wine bottle".
@timages 2 meses atrás
This is truly bizarre, the entire incident and how a man lost his life. This woman's ex-husband told the police that George had been in trouble with the police several times for abusing Sarah. Could it be their drinking binges escalated to an insane dimension of depravity and violence? When you listen to her cold emotionless voice on that video telling George this is how it feels when he does that to her. The last bout in a vicious cycle of boozing and beatings, sick.
@veralordes2831 Mês atrás
how about leaving the abuser. Her ex also said she kept bailing him out of jail and going back to him.
@timages 25 dias atrás
@@veralordes2831 Yeah, you can't a more "fatal attraction" than this! What was it? Why did it continue? It's a bizarre and twisted story, ... or it's just about alcohol, that'll do it.
@robinsattahip2376 2 meses atrás
How many times can you tell people not to enter these interviews without a lawyer and they don't listen. That alone is felony stupidity.
Craziest part of this is that there is video of him begging to get out of suitcase because he cant breathe, and her laughing at him. And shes only getting charged with second degree murder.
@davidraymer397 Mês atrás
Very professional and competent officer. She does a great job of getting needed information while deescalating the situation. Sarah literally doesn't even know she's a suspect which is the smart way to do it.
@thibaultbossert8863 8 meses atrás
Imagine saying "you guys are killing me" to the investigators after you've just murdered someone. This is so crazy.
@Kitty-Cat 8 meses atrás
Right I was like "not as much as you killed him!" 😂
@jean6178 8 meses atrás
I love how she said ... "your batteries about to die" like that would be the end of it lololol and how the hell did she get him in that suitcase
@Vixinaful 8 meses atrás
Projection is what its called. You accuse others of doing what youre doing.
@gaaraxnaru 8 meses atrás
​ @Vixinaful I don't think it's that. "You're killing me" is just a turn of phrase, it's just ironic that that is the one she chose to use.
@faithanddevotion Mês atrás
Im shocked that they were able to arrest her for this awful crime because she had such an airtight alliby. "We had a good day!"
@ruelvillafranca1724 2 meses atrás
When someone says " I can't breathe!" You'll do everything to help him even if you don't know that person.
@GyariSan1 13 dias atrás
Haha. My favourite moment is when she said along the lines of "the fact that I have to live with this is already punishment enough..." 😂
@varunpai3435 6 dias atrás
You guys transformed my life forever, i have become humbled and grateful for life after watching your comtent and pray and hope for no one to be a victim or criminal. I myself now employ my intellectual capabilities in preventing negativity in the world.
@tonyI0 7 dias atrás
If she hadn’t filmed herself and talked to police, she most likely would’ve gotten off. Even with the videos, she probably could’ve gotten off on manslaughter or murder 2 at worst if she hadn’t talked, especially with his history of abuse. It just blows my mind that someone could dig there own hole so deep
@jbear3478 4 dias atrás
Well cops will intentionally mislead suspects into thinking they have to confess, while also leaving their path wide open. I remember sitting in a room with two cops and they kept asking me the same thing over and over even after I told them my story. They didn't like it, so eventually I just told them something else bc I wanted it to be over. I was allowed to leave. Why didn't I? Because you're being bullied and manipulated
@binyamj 8 meses atrás
She’s worried about the ring, water, her purse, etc., but never shows concern over the man she killed. What a lovely woman.
@LettuceBunnies 8 meses atrás
or his familly
@ladyv5655 8 meses atrás
I get the sense they were mutually abusive and he got the worst of it.
@cheryl5994 8 meses atrás
@kittystetson6737 8 meses atrás
@@cheryl5994 hey, I think you’re caplock is on.
@mendmywings7238 8 meses atrás
"I'm worried for my life" but not worried about the life you just took from someone you were supposed to love. It's sick. She can still only think about herself
@paramyther1421 2 meses atrás
The officer that arrived first to the house, and managed her, was indeed exemplary.
@Lulu-ut9pv 2 meses atrás
The fact she's gone through numerous lawyers speaks volumes This poor man died scared, alone and maybe in pain.... Funny how he's covering cuts, bumps and bruises yet she's untouched
@faroazandeen589 11 dias atrás
I'd want her as my defence attorney. Her defence of "I'm blaming the wine" is irrefutable.
@BigLadsProductions 4 dias atrás
The World is Ruined by Wine
Watched this start to finish, best part was at 36:26 where the commentary went from professional to real with zero advance notice. I laughed for a full minute. Thanks for that, needed it.
@destinyfunk9972 26 dias atrás
MAD respect to police officers and detectives and the like cause i do not have the patience to deal with this kind of stuff. Props to them all for keeping their cool and staying professional during all this ridiculousness.
@mramazing65456 8 meses atrás
“I would do ANYTHING for him” *Male detective looks over* “Wouldnt let him out of a suitcase though” Dude has hilarious timing.
@selenawoodruff7039 8 meses atrás
That was funny af lol
@CriticalCamZ 8 meses atrás
@SmithWhite-pf9kq 8 meses atrás
Lol anything but let him live a happy life
@douglascollins3621 8 meses atrás
Timestamp if you can?
@selenawoodruff7039 8 meses atrás
@@SmithWhite-pf9kq lmao
@alpine3931 Mês atrás
Hey JCS love your content. It sucks how BRvid is treating your channel. Have you ever thought of reaching out to A&E and getting your own show where you do the exact same content. I think it’d be a hit!
@cadenschmidt2752 Mês atrás
man, being an interrogator person seems like an amazing job. like playing these psychological tricks on these people to crack them just seems pretty cool idk
@mahtable 7 dias atrás
The narrated comment about her 6 previous attorneys filing motions to GTFO of there was delivered well.
I love this podcast😊 great job narrating this one.. they should've left her in interrogation room with a "suitcase"..🎉
@OriolesPhillies 18 dias atrás
This reminds me of my ex. Whenever he did something horrible to me, like shouting at me, lying or cheating, and I tried to confront him, he would say, "I don't know what you want me to say." or "You need to shut up. Im having a panic attack. I'm not going to be sitting here and let you degrade me." He would always blame everyone else but himself for making poor decisions and hurting someone. Watching these videos almost convince me he could be a sociopath and I'm glad I got out of his life.
@Stiasteny 15 dias atrás
100% ! You made a good choice. I had an ex like that too. It made me doubt myself a lot. It still makes me doubtful now, during arguments with my current boyfriend. My ex almost ran over a cat once and I alarmed him that the cat was crossing the road! He got mad at me because he claimed he ‘spooked’. Even though he was pretty calm and I checked if there were no cars in the area before alarming him. My ex once drove off without turning on the manual lights of his car AT NIGHT. I told him he should put them on. He flipped. After we got home, he threatened to stab me with a fork… That stuff haunts you for life, but I hope we can both/all heal though.
@Stiasteny 15 dias atrás
He flipped out**
@glasspydr4580 8 meses atrás
The fact she's on her 7th lawyer is really really telling and how he phrased it almost made me spit tea on myself
@snyder_fine_art 8 meses atrás
Yes it's really really really telling
@rivernuri 8 meses atrás
@lokelaufeyson9931 8 meses atrás
when your lawyer dont want anything to do with you, its bad i would say
@gurutruecrimeguru1405 8 meses atrás
Not intentional!
@GAS.M3 2 meses atrás
Sarah: “I’m leaving it like this, I’m leaving it like this ‘ *I did not intentionally do this.* ’” Detective: “she sounds serious, ok you’re free to go Sarah”
@Taylor-or1kj 3 meses atrás
Ok, their relationship alone is terrifying... Playing hide & seek and coloring as adults is quite mental
@CoreyT127 2 meses atrás
You really believe they were playing hide and seek? She knocked him out and stuffed him in a suitcase!
@Taylor-or1kj 2 meses atrás
@@CoreyT127 LOL! I have no idea what went on, I can’t even imagine, I would hate to be a fly on the wall
And making puzzles 😆
@motleydude73 Mês atrás
​@@CoreyT127Yes the bruising on his forehead would suggest that.
@elifarmer3815 Mês atrás
It's incredible that she sounds more annoyed than anything.
@al5612 4 dias atrás
Part of me thinks she really didn't set out from the onset to kill him. It probably did start light, but she had intrusive thoughts to hurt him while he was in that position. Realising what she had done, and given their history, she probably panicked and procrastinated with letting him out while she contemplated the concequences of getting hit by him for what she already did.
@halosphynx1261 23 dias atrás
That's disturbing on so many levels how realistically she was lying..
@gabebarnes2254 8 meses atrás
Can’t express how happy I am to see JCS posting on a regular basis again
@amihigh9654 8 meses atrás
Same. I smiled when I saw the notification.
@MLGPRO-dx8fg 8 meses atrás
Yeah, the copycat channels are a dime a dozen and often low quality. Return of the king.
@JamesTaylor-je6es 8 meses atrás
Yes he is the GOAT