April 5, 2021
There is a murder on the street downtown in Fairbanks, Alaska. The victim, John Hartman, was stomped to death, and George has a broken foot, but, how did he break it? He doesn't remember. Man, rough night.
April 11, 2021
George's friend Eugene now confesses to being involved in this mess. He is drunk, and he implicates his friends, after he was accused of pointing a gun at a motel night clerk. Everything spirals out of control. Detective Ring moves quickly.
April 12, 2021
The other half of the Fairbanks Four deny involvement in stomping John Hartman to death, even though Kevin, the whiteboy, lied about his whereabouts that night. John Hartman's friend Chris Stone's story doesn't make a lot of sense. Hartman's older brother wants answers, but maybe he has a guilty conscience.
April 19, 2021
Chris Stone seems to be given a free pass, as charges are brought quickly against the Fairbanks Four, they don't have much time left to figure out the truth. Snitches come out of the woodwork implicating George, Eugene, Kevin, and Marvin.
April 22, 2021
Host Matt Ralston discusses the case with esteemed lawyer Tyler Broker.
April 26, 2021
An eyewitness testifies that he saw the Fairbanks Four assault another person minutes before John Hartman was beaten to death, his credibility comes into question, as police conduct a questionable investigation. Whose back is being scratched here exactly?
May 3, 2021
Out of nowhere – well, not exactly out of nowhere – a guy already in prison for other murders in California confesses to being involved in the John Hartman beating – but does he have ulterior motives? Also, another crew of murderers affiliated with Chris Stone seem to skate under the radar. Apparently Fairbanks was teeming with murderers this night.
May 10, 2021
The Fairbanks Four, having been in prison for over fifteen years, are granted a new trial. Old forces reunite, does history repeat itself?
May 13, 2021
Host Matt Ralston discusses the case with Megan Edge of the Alaska chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and follows up with lawyer and crime buff Tyler Broker.
May 17, 2021
Convicted murderer William Holmes wrote a letter, confessing to his involvement in the killing of John Hartman. But, how reliable are people on the inside? Could he have other reasons for inserting himself into this case? And, was William Holmes involved in another Fairbanks murder, of a woman named Mahogany Davis? It looks entirely possible. Will he talk about it? Matt interviews Bill from prison, and things get a little dicey.