CORRUPTION: What happened to Grant Solomon?

A podcast by Lauren Conlin, PopCrime.TV - Miercuri


63 Episoade

  1. Cross Promotion: SEBASTIAN ROGERS update & an interview with K9 handler CPT JULIA VALENTI

    Publicat: 22.05.2024
  2. Cross Promotion: DOG the BOUNTY HUNTER comments on the SEBASTIAN ROGERS case (also in Sumner County, TN)

    Publicat: 15.05.2024
  3. Cross Promotion: Another TN case, MISSING FOR 20 YEARS: JENNIFER AND ADRIANNA WIX

    Publicat: 08.05.2024
  4. One Year of CORRUPTION: What Happened to Grant Solomon?

    Publicat: 01.05.2024
  5. “Corruption, though a global challenge, IS prevalent in the United States,"

    Publicat: 24.04.2024
  6. Trial attorney and TV Legal Analyst MISTY MARRIS weighs in on past litigation & more...

    Publicat: 17.04.2024
  7. "I have had many, many experiences where we have had someone call and make an allegation that something happened... (viewing footage) is usually the end of any situation we have had...." Gallatin Tenn

    Publicat: 10.04.2024
  8. Forensic Death Investigator, JOSEPH SCOTT MORGAN, weighs in on the tragic death of Grant

    Publicat: 03.04.2024
  9. Angie Solomon's personal notes from July of 2020...

    Publicat: 27.03.2024
  10. "Thank you for inquiry about the Grant Solomon case. This is a closed investigation..."

    Publicat: 20.03.2024
  11. Two "pieces" of "evidence" logged and no chain of custody...

    Publicat: 13.03.2024
  12. Who placed the vehicle in Park? FT Tennessee Investigator Daniel Marlow...

    Publicat: 06.03.2024
  13. "While the prosecutor at his best is one of the beneficent forces in our society, when he acts from malice or other base motives, he is the worst."

    Publicat: 28.02.2024
  14. MINI EPISODE: Back to the truck

    Publicat: 21.02.2024
  15. The (not so) Silent Bell

    Publicat: 21.02.2024
  16. Talking Tennessee Corruption FT DR. BYRON DAVIS

    Publicat: 14.02.2024
  17. PS: A stream of consciousness mini-episode....

    Publicat: 08.02.2024
  18. "Just remember what Grant wanted to do before his death, and really, you actualize his life and bring the justice if you follow what he wanted to do…"

    Publicat: 07.02.2024
  19. MINI- EPISODE: Franklin Jurisdiction and the "FACTS" we don't know regarding Grant's death...

    Publicat: 01.02.2024
  20. "I understand how many people can have strong opinions about the death of Grant Solomon, but they simply do not know the facts..."

    Publicat: 31.01.2024

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On July 20, 2020, 18-year-old Grant Solomon tragically died in Gallatin, Tennessee; his body was found in a ditch underneath his own truck. In what was described as a freak accident, the details of Grant’s death remain unclear to many people. The only known witness was Grant's father Aaron Solomon, a former Nashville TV News Anchor turned financial analyst. There was no investigation into the accident and shockingly NO autopsy; though there were many discrepancies between Aaron's official statement, the condition of Grant's body, and the state of Grant's truck. Join us as we investigate Grant's suspicious death, with the goal of re-opening his case and getting Grant the justice he deserves. There's more to this story than what meets the eye, and we're uncovering some major red flags in Tennessee. Aaron Solomon maintains he had nothing to do with his son's death and has never been arrested in connection.DONATE TO GRANT & GRACIE: a tip? Email [email protected]:Accuracy of Information: The information presented in this podcast episode is based on the available evidence, reports, and public records. While efforts have been made to ensure accuracy, details may be subject to errors or omissions. Listeners are encouraged to conduct their own research as well.Opinion and Speculation: Throughout the podcast, there may be instances where opinions and/or speculation are expressed regarding certain events, individuals, or circumstances. These are the personal perspectives of the podcast hosts or guests and should not be taken as conclusive or factual statements. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

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