The Murder of Brooke Preston & the Truth About Hulu's "Dead Asleep"

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  • Kendall Rae
    Kendall Rae  3 months ago +647

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    • Yasmin Pimenta
      Yasmin Pimenta 16 days ago

      The subtitles are not in Sync.
      I think you forgot to take some text about the bracelets.
      Keep the great work :)

    • Rose Mead
      Rose Mead 24 days ago

      Why were you blocked?

    • Laura Prosser
      Laura Prosser Month ago

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      gisell arias 2 months ago

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  • Brooke Straub
    Brooke Straub 3 months ago +16991

    It’s so upsetting that Brooke’s murderer gets an entire professionally done documentary, and Brooke’s family has to tell her story on cell phones in their own home and relive the trauma. Shame on Hulu.

    • Jennie Spencer
      Jennie Spencer 5 days ago

      @Brooke Straub right, that part

    • Cayleigh Wolfbane
      Cayleigh Wolfbane 17 days ago

      @Kelsey Landon and it sounds like you have repressed grief thats turned bitter. Perhaps you should have processed it differently than listening to the person who told you qnd yours to "get over it cuz your lack of empathy was noted. Kendall literally starts her show reminding us about that 1%. Who do you think we are all looking at?

    • Tracy Parker
      Tracy Parker 22 days ago +2

      @Kelsey Landon You may not have meant that they "Get Over It" the way it's coming off to people,but the way you wrote it was very disrespectful. Yes death is a part of life,but everyone grieves differently especialy when their loved one was murdered. Let me ask you a question "sweetie", you said and I quote "maybe if they were better family she wouldn't have gotten killed ln the first place,who knows" right? Well my question to you is, were you and the rest of your family "better family" when your aunt was killed? I guess ya'll weren't or she wouldn't have gotten killed,who knows.

  • Geronimo2Fly
    Geronimo2Fly 2 months ago +1312

    I can't be the only person who thinks that even if he WAS sleepwalking, or even if he had an alcohol-induced blackout, that a person who is capable of committing a brutal murder under these conditions should still be in prison. The reason we put criminals behind bars is to keep the general public safe. Even if he was sleepwalking, he still murdered her, and the public is NOT safe from someone capable of committing that crime regardless of the circumstances. He needs to be in prison for life, period.

    • Mallard
      Mallard 7 days ago

      @David Trolinder SAME !!

    • Robin Rios
      Robin Rios 13 days ago

      Yes!!! He is a danger to society

    • Jes Jacobs
      Jes Jacobs 16 days ago

      @David Trolinder My dad and I have a history of sleep walking/talking. I grew out of the walking part mostly, but it happens. It's scary, and you don't remember anything. Extremely dangerous to scare someone who's sleepwalking. My dreams were so vivid and sometimes extremely realistic nightmares. It's completely possible in my experience, but I have ZERO clue if he's faking it. All I know, is I've gone years without an episode, and sometimes they come in spurts.

    • Angela Harrigan
      Angela Harrigan 17 days ago

      He wasn't sleep walking....he fell back asleep then was sleep walked and committed a brutal murder in 20 minutes....yea right...she wasn't sleeping....sleep walkers can be woken up....especially by someone screaming and fighting back I would imagine

  • Kamila Kocourková
    Kamila Kocourková 3 months ago +985

    Like father like son. Disgusting how he even tried to justify it by "sleepwalking". I also "like" how Venesa, friend of Brooke doesn't say his name. The killer deserves no attention.

    • Angela Harrigan
      Angela Harrigan 17 days ago

      Omg....I thought the same thing

    • Tracy Parker
      Tracy Parker 22 days ago +1

      @Moon Bat I'm not saying your roommate was telling you the truth or lying,but coming from an actual sleepwalker who sleepeats it's very possible to happen. like I said I'm not saying that it was true in your situation though.

    • Moon Bat
      Moon Bat Month ago +6

      Yep I didn't believe a roommate when they said they ''slept-ate'' my food multiple times and I don't believe this jerk either.

  • Jan
    Jan 3 months ago +1055

    I haven't seen the Hulu episode, but if the family was not properly consulted and permissions were not gained by the production company, all legal avenues should be pursued.

    • Nina
      Nina 22 days ago +1

      @gtg because all the information is public…

    • gtg
      gtg 23 days ago +1

      This happens all the time. Netflix does it all the time too. Idk why laws aren’t in place but there are not

    • Nina
      Nina 24 days ago

      @Macie Devine unfortunately what Hulu did was perfectly legal. There would be no grounds to sue on except emotional distress, and that’s hard to go up against with a huge streaming company

    • xomelissamariee
      xomelissamariee 2 months ago +3

      Nothing would happen if they hadn’t asked permission. It’s a public case just like the rest of them. People are upset that they didn’t show the family but the family didn’t want anything to do with it, so obviously they left them out. Either way people are going to be offended or upset just like everything else. I do think the sisters tiktok about it was cringy af though.

    • sparx
      sparx 2 months ago

      @Risa Griffith I think she means what would happen if they didn’t accept. Or say that it was going to be made anyway as they may have been under the impression that it wouldn’t have been made since they declined

  • Ellie F
    Ellie F Month ago +68

    I think it's impossible that even if he talked to her and murdered her in less than 5 of those 22 minutes, there's no way he fell into such a deep sleep he sleepwalked and killed her.

  • KamaroPayne
    KamaroPayne 3 months ago +1179

    Good for her for referring to him as ‘the killer’ through the entire interview process. It’s true, not even alleged. I think it makes a powerful statement, taking away his entire identity.

    • lifeless
      lifeless 3 days ago

      Even if he was sleepwalking he is not safe for society he should be in jail 😡😡😡

    • jamie
      jamie Month ago +5

      @grey ghost you have issues. How disrespectful. Their loved one was murdered, they can refer to the killer as just that, a killer. They don’t owe him anything, he deserves nothing from them.

  • Rach Marie
    Rach Marie 2 days ago +3

    There’s so many holes to this “sleepwalking” theory. He said he remembers being invited out to breakfast but declined the invite and then later on he texts her to come back to get a t-shirt. That’s the fact that disturbs me the most. He knew she wasn’t home and invited her to come back to the house for a shirt. How could he possibly be asleep if he was able to send her a message asking her to come back to the house. I don’t buy it.

  • elisa rakhmawati
    elisa rakhmawati 3 months ago +446

    I love how stable her audio and sound in general, i could play this on background while doing chores without worrying that it might sound louder at some parts and then i become panic trying to lower the volume, i've had many experience like this with other true crime youtuber T.T

    • Andrea J
      Andrea J Month ago +1

      I regularly play this channel while washing dishes or cooking, love the way she tells the story.

    • Isabel Gee
      Isabel Gee 3 months ago +1

      oh yeah I love listening to some of her vids in the background as I draw. Hey voice is so soothing

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago +5

      @Noni G1998 I’m sorry to hear that, Mike is such a good guy and I really enjoy his channel. Maybe I don’t experience this because I use air pods, at any rate I hope it gets better for you

    • Noni G1998
      Noni G1998 3 months ago +7

      @elisa rakhmawati yeah if I'm planning on doing something else in the meantime, I prefer to listen to This is Monsters. Great podcast and he's more aware of his audio listeners than a lot of TheXvidrs I've come across. If he ever uses quiet clips, he summarizes what was said so you don't have to keep going back to your phone to adjust the sound or rewind what you couldn't hear. Plus, there's no distracting dramatic eerie music 😂 It can be infuriating sometimes when TheXvidrs don't think of their audio listeners.

    • elisa rakhmawati
      elisa rakhmawati 3 months ago +7

      @Noni G1998 exactly, i listen to his videos too and know how it feels! i also listen to stephanie soo and she's initially a cheerful person right, so she often time become so loud, i almost always have to use headset/earphone if i listen to her videos because if i dont, it would totally disturb anyone around me even when it's my own family members, or sometimes her fiance's voice being so low 😅

  • Aditya nayyar
    Aditya nayyar 3 months ago +220

    Committing a violent crime while sleepwalking is incredibly rare & someone who actually does that will have a frequent history of being a danger (like walking into traffic or standing on ledges) to oneself & others while sleepwalking. This was not a case of sleepwalking...period. Thank you for making this video & telling the whole story to the world. Hulu should be ashamed of making a misleading documentary.

  • hey there
    hey there 3 months ago +170

    Dude you’re literally giving them their own documentary that they can have a say in and that’s awesome of you. You’re the 💣. Also brookes family seems so genuine in their adoration for her, and wow, the best people seem to be sought out or something :(

  • Rebecca Abram
    Rebecca Abram 3 months ago +3871

    He remembers EVERYTHING BUT the Murder. That's not sleepwalking, that's repression due to trauma.

    • Jessisbest Lol
      Jessisbest Lol 18 days ago

      Sounds similar to the person who murdered the love of my life. He rejected her. She did heroin and Xanax all day. Went home and killed him because he wouldn’t give her his Ritalin. Stabbed him to death. “Remembers” everything other than when she killed him. 🤔

    • James Magnus
      James Magnus 28 days ago

      Or lying.

    • Brittany Wood
      Brittany Wood Month ago

      @krisdiane I'm also curious how relevant it is that Destiny has commented they would laugh if someone was hiding naked in their closet.
      Surely it's much more relevant than them telling their story about their violent sleep episodes, right? 🙄🙃🙄

    • ReRe Jones
      ReRe Jones Month ago

      Yes it is sleepwalking I suffer from this and I have for years.

    • Ani Ovakiman
      Ani Ovakiman Month ago

      It’s he knows exactly what he did, no repression no shit

  • Danny Cormier
    Danny Cormier 3 months ago +126

    I couldn’t imagine losing my best friend in such a horrific way, and then have to see a documentary with so much misleading information. I’d lose my mind! Hulu should be ashamed of themselves. The friends and family featured in this video are such strong people. I wish them all the best ☮️

  • Kelsi Ard
    Kelsi Ard 2 months ago +174

    My heart goes out to Brooke’s family and friends. Here’s my theory on Randy. No one likes getting rejected. He flat out confessed to killing her, so that was never the issue. His lawyer was grasping at straws with the sleep walking theory trying to keep Randy’s sentence lower. I think Randy may have blacked out in a fit of jealous rage, but he was definitely not sleeping. Shame on Hulu for putting the documentary out and focusing on the killer. Brooke is the one that needs to be remembered.

  • Lizel Welthagen
    Lizel Welthagen 3 months ago +217

    This is a good reminder to always put yourself in the victims family shoes when watching a documentary. Especially one sympathising with the killer

  • Larissa Carneiro
    Larissa Carneiro 3 months ago +138

    I agree 100% this was a premeditated murder. The amount of times He stabbed Her is considered a personal and hateful murder case, also does not make any sense the sleep walking excuse. There is no way He would be able to stab Her that many times and not waking up in the process. Sending my condolences to Her family.

    • Lucile Rénier
      Lucile Rénier 16 days ago +4

      That's what I thought. The violence MUST HAVE woke him up at least in the middle of the 25 hits. No way the sleep would only last until he is fully done with it.

  • Gia Bellino
    Gia Bellino 3 months ago +3079

    Him hiding in her closet naked saying “shhhhhh” with a finger up to his lips is absolutely TERRIFYING. Even if he was a lifelong friend. I would be soo scared.

    • Destiny
      Destiny Month ago +1

      @Kayla Woody people do not like when you say a thought of yours, I swear

    • Kirsty Campbell
      Kirsty Campbell Month ago +1

      @Destiny your weird girl

    • SA
      SA Month ago +1

      @Irene Mcdowell this!! Like how much did he do that other people don’t know about? Very scary to think about.

    • SA
      SA Month ago +3

      It’s so creepy, just thinking about it unsettles me.

    • Kayla Woody
      Kayla Woody 2 months ago +2

      @Oleic I’m not saying I ever have. So you can ✨relax✨ with the name calling babe. I’m just saying I could see someone doing something like that when they’re blackout drunk and have no conscious idea of what’s going on. I’m not defending him actually killing her, and don’t condone that. I’m just speaking regarding that SPECIFIC incident.
      It’s good to be open minded and see other points of view. You should try it sometime!

  • Allison Waller
    Allison Waller 3 months ago +119

    The sleep walking defense in this story is just that. A DEFENSE. I believe that he had sexual desire for her and was probably planning a sexual attack on her and then she called a friend and left and it ruined his plans! And he was angry about that. Prayers and condolences to her family! 🙏❤

  • Rachel Gruhler
    Rachel Gruhler 3 months ago +67

    I can't believe they brought on the killer's mom to justify his and his legal team's plea of sleepwalking but not the mother who lost her youngest daughter to a drunk loser who she knew for years as a family friend to not just Brooke, but to the entire family.

  • Violet Ernstberger
    Violet Ernstberger 3 months ago +62

    It made me so sad when the one sister kept referring to randy as “the killer” she clearly is in so so much pain. Much love to the family.

  • Karen Castorena
    Karen Castorena 6 days ago +4

    Again Kendall you’re amazing for making this video and letting the family talk about Brooke. I watched the Netflix show and they never even said anything about Brooke. Thank you I’m sorry for the loss of the Petersons

  • Daria Danielle
    Daria Danielle 3 months ago +2413

    I remember signing the petition to prevent this documentary from being made back when the family still thought there was a chance they could stop it. Shame on Hulu for going through with it without the blessing of the family, and for making it all about the killer and not about the victim's life.

    • YaVit
      YaVit Month ago +1

      @Commandix Nostalgia you mean like every true crime youtuber (small or big) in the plataform? (?

    • Commandix Nostalgia
      Commandix Nostalgia Month ago +1

      The thing is,the family did'nt want Hulu to make it,and yet they did'nt listen anyway. It was disrespectful to the family. Imagine that: Making a documentary on the events with millions of views and avenue all without permission. That's sickening!

    • Its Me
      Its Me 3 months ago +4

      @Meka Meyer how do you figure disrespectful for Hulu to do something like that? Just because a tragedy happened to your family doesn't mean that you have to give permission before somebody airs it on TV as a documentary or whatever. It's a nice courtesy but they don't need your permission to do it

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago

      @Creature Cargeaux If interested, you can watch his entire investigation on Blue Dot Interrogations. It takes a lot to admit you felt one way, but once you found the whole truth you changed the way you felt. I respect people who are able to do that.

  • Melody Morgan
    Melody Morgan 3 days ago +1

    I'm so glad the jury found Randy guilty. There is NO way he was sleep walking. Prayers for Brooke's family & friends. Such a loss. I will sign the petition for Hulu to take down the story.
    God Bless!

  • Rebecca Hinchcliffe
    Rebecca Hinchcliffe Month ago +36

    As someone who sleep walks, has night terrors. This is one of my biggest fears. Sleep walking episodes usually happens within the first hour of sleep. And usually takes me at least 20 minutes of sleep before it starts. Whilst I think it's possible. I agree with the prosecution that the timeliness doesn't add up. From personal experience, I can be woken up easily from sleep walking or guided back to bed. Often I just wake up confused. After screeming he would of woken up, the brutal nature of the crime does not reflect this.

  • Kitty
    Kitty 28 days ago +23

    Hi, Kendall!
    You should make a video on the case of Debanhi Escobar, a Mexican young woman who was found dead just yesterday inside a water tank in Monterrey. This case has become highly popular all over the nation because of the inconsistencies with it and the corrupt work of the police. It is highly believed she was killed and then put on the water tank to cover up the murder.

  • Suki Jay
    Suki Jay 2 months ago +59

    I haven’t seen the documentary and won’t. This video is the only thing I know about this case and I felt so sad for the terrible loss of this lovely young girl. How her family can cope with the senselessness of her death is beyond me and my heart goes out to them. I was reminded of the film with Richard Gere and Edward Norton where he got off a murder charge on the grounds that he had a multiple personality. I was reminded of that because of the phoney ‘didn’t know what he was doing’ whimpering act. I don’t believe the sleepwalking defence at all. I think the killer did it very deliberately for whatever twisted reason and I hope he never gets out of jail to kill somebody else.

  • Jo Ann Skuse
    Jo Ann Skuse 3 days ago +1

    She must have said something before leaving in regards to his behavior that triggered his ego along with the rejection he felt. Bottom line sleep walking or not...a person who can be triggered to brutally murder a loved one doesn't belong in society. Asleep or awake. He is where he belongs and society is better for it. Condolences to the Preston family!

  • Alletta Jackson
    Alletta Jackson 2 months ago +28

    My opinion is he was extremely embarrassed and felt rejected by his actions the previous night. It overwhelmed him so much I guess killing her was his way of coping with those emotions. Very disturbed individual

  • Piper79h
    Piper79h Month ago +16

    Brooke seems like a beautiful person. The world lost someone very special. Her family and friends, especially her sisters, are in my prayers.

  • kyinthesky
    kyinthesky 3 months ago +77

    I hope Hulu gets sued to hell if this family so wishes. I’m sick of media dismissing victims in the name of “entertainment”.

  • Carson Savannah Nesbit
    Carson Savannah Nesbit 3 months ago +2229

    It doesn’t matter if he is remorseful, he murdered her. He deserves every second of his life behind bars. I’m so sorry to her family and shame on Hulu for releasing that without them!

    • Risa Griffith
      Risa Griffith 3 months ago +4

      At the end of documentary it states That hulu and the makers of the doc reached out to the Preston’s for filming and or comment and they declined. This is public record case where no minor are involved so as far as the “shame on hulu”. They exhausted all avenues they could have taken the Prestons declined.

    • Megan Smith
      Megan Smith 3 months ago +8

      Haha right!!!! If we could lesson our time behind bars simply by pretending to be remorseful..... then Chris Watts would be a free man by now. Remorse shouldn't EVER have an impact on the sentencing of such a horrific crime. Remorse isn't an emotion given for the victims to recieve because they are not here anymore in murder cases. Remorse is for the victims family and friends to recieve and it is up to them on how they chose to feel about it. My point is, remorse does not in anyway change the fact that it happened, therefore, should not change the outcome of the the consequences. Honestly in a personal opinion, I don't know how to feel about remorse. If my loved one was murdered I would be enraged if the murderer showed no remorse.... but then again, if they did show remorse that would also enrage me because 1) Do i believe it? 2) If you feel sorry that you did it, then why did it have to happen in the first place? And 3) Are you even remorseful that you did what you did or just remorseful you got caught. Yeah, remorse is a tricky one.

    • JojoplusBo
      JojoplusBo 3 months ago +2

      It would give me a little peace if the killer of my loved one showed remorse than cold heartedly not … it just would.

    • Aly cat
      Aly cat 3 months ago +5

      Yes, even if he was remorseful he would accept his sentence. If i murdered someone I cared abut I would try to get as mush jail time as possible and not try to get out of it. Like Danie P said taking responsibility

    • Amy Rovinelli
      Amy Rovinelli 3 months ago +13

      @Bespectacled Heroine ok, while it may be "unfair" or would've substantiated their sleepwalking defence, it was already debunked by an expert that there was no possible way he could've fallen into the state of sleep required for sleep walking in a 5 minute time span, so really, the idea of remorse is irrelevant. I understand if they met every single requirement for this defence, but it was already done.

  • Sarah S
    Sarah S 2 months ago +38

    I appreciate families being involved in true crime stories. I do not like feeling like a voyeur in the life of a decedent/victim. Families and friends humanize these stories. Thank you for including the family and friends. Obviously, this young man was a predator in hiding. I think it was premeditated murder. I’m sorry for the loss of this strong young woman.

  • dis murrart
    dis murrart Month ago +12

    I appreciate at the end them expressing that they lost randy too. He was their friend and they must have deep sadness on all fronts.
    What he did is in that unforgivable territory and I feel like people often forget the pain of knowing someone who killed someone.

  • autumn
    autumn Month ago +21

    Absolutely "convenient" that he remembers everything else except murdering her. He's full of it and murdered Brooke in cold blood.

  • Tamya Tamya
    Tamya Tamya 2 months ago +18

    It’s so disturbing and scary how a large amount of crimes are committed by those who are pretty close to the victims. I think maybe it’s because with strangers, we are quite alert. But when we are with people who are pretty close to us, we let our guards down and tend to ignore a lot red flags. I’m not saying that we should always be paranoid. It’s just even if we don’t choose to make a big deal out of something we think is a red flag, we should at least keep that in mind and stay a bit alert. But again, its easy to say things because these victims weren’t kids either. Idk man. This is all scary. Anyone got tips or something? What do y’all think?

  • goofey goober
    goofey goober 3 months ago +1719

    The fact that he remembers giving Brooke the shirt, hugging her, and telling her goodbye proves he wasn’t asleep during that interaction. Then he somehow immediately fell asleep after she left his room and entered a state of sleep deep enough to sleepwalk. Also, how convenient that he stayed asleep while brutally murdering someone who would have fought back and cut himself in the process only to wake up directly after. All while having no other incidents of sleepwalking around this time. Sure.

    • Sabrina Dennis
      Sabrina Dennis 2 months ago +2

      My question is where was the location of the t-shirt? If it was still in the drawer or found somewhere else in the house. That would be key evidence to if he dreamed giving it to her or was truly awake. Please don't come for me, I'm just truly curious about this. The whole thing is horrible and Brooke didn't deserve what happened to her, but the whole thing is confusing.

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    • Audrey Kent
      Audrey Kent 3 months ago +3

      @CoExist They did mention that while you’re asleep, a part of your brain is turned off that controls our primitive instincts. When we are awake, that part of the brain is on and controls those behaviors. So it is possible that he didn’t know what he was doing, if he was sleepwalking ( or he wasn’t fully awake when she came in, could’ve dozed asleep and he had a past of it.) So i don’t believe it has to do with a persons’s core values. With what we know, They were best friends, childhood friends. Her family knew him, he didn’t show violence at all. He did spiral down badly, but also his father did kill and committed suicide and randy had to go and clean the house. That can definitely fuck somebody up, It is possible for him to love her but she didn’t feel the same way. We also know that they drank a lot, and i’ve seen so many guys do weird things when they’re blackout drunk. So it is also possible that he was so drunk, he didn’t know what he was doing at all. But they didn’t focus on that too much so we obviously can’t say too much about that. This case is definitely really tricky, and one sided. But it definitely doesn’t make sense, I can’t find a decent motive he would have. And why would he call 911 and admit it? It’s very weird, and we most likely will never know what actually happened and why it did. I feel for brooke’s family terribly, Nobody should have to feel this way. I hope they find peace one day and closure.

    • Bree
      Bree 3 months ago

      exactly. He called her back to give her that shirt just to harm her.

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago +1

      But…like it’s said if I can’t kill while I’m sober, then no matter how much I drink I’d still not kill anyone. Could the same apply to sleepwalking? Does a person’s core values change just because they’re walking in their sleep? I’m no psychologist, but I don’t think so. You can’t change what or who you are by over-indulging in alcohol, so I think the same would apply to being asleep. Who knows, just a thought

  • Sammi Jane
    Sammi Jane 3 months ago +40

    The way Brooke's Mother speaks of her daughters beautiful ways is absolutly heart warming.
    So much love there

  • Amanda Bott
    Amanda Bott 15 days ago +2

    Thankyou for a respectful and factual presentation of what happened to beautiful Brooke and for empowering her family and friends to participate fully. Well done Kendall, love to her family and RIP Brooke ❤️

  • Carla Greenley
    Carla Greenley 3 months ago +26

    I went to school with both parents of Brooke, and can’t image what they have went through and are still going through. My heart goes out all of them. I will never forget going to her service and seeing all of the people who came to show Brook’s family their support and how much they cared about their family in the time of their need. Thank you for making this video.

  • Animalgirl57
    Animalgirl57 10 days ago +1

    Thank you for doing what you do, Kendall. Helping these families have the opportunity to tell their story unbiased and out of the distortion of modern media. You give them respect and a voice. Also, you try to raise awareness on so many serious/dark truths about our world and bring it to light.
    Much respect to you, and congrats on the little one ❤️

  • Jessica Smith
    Jessica Smith Month ago +7

    No way was he sleeping. I think the night before, he made a pass at her and was shut down. I couldn't even imagine this tragedy and my heart goes out to the family and friends of Brooke. May she rest peacefully. 🧡

  • JbMarga Seneres
    JbMarga Seneres Month ago +3

    I really love how you narrate the story it's very calm :)

  • Mortgage Gal
    Mortgage Gal 3 months ago +21

    What a horrific case. I cannot believe the blood evidence. It was a blitz attack. She fought hard but he caught her off guard 😢 so he knew he could t get away with it! Her screams would’ve woken him up but he stabbed her so many times. He was so selfish!! 2x DUI shows me he has no regard for others. RIP Brooke !!!!!!!

  • Kim Arencibia
    Kim Arencibia 2 days ago

    I was a sleepwalker and can a test that I never feel asleep that fast to be able to sleepwalk. So the jury got it right! 👍🏼🙏🏼

  • Ireland EVR
    Ireland EVR 3 months ago +1692

    My good friend from high school was murdered in 1999 here in Saco Maine. She was 15 years old her name was Ashley Oullette. There was a "True Crime Daily" episode on TheXvid about her. Her killer still walks around free here Southern Maine. His name is Dan Sanborn. Cops claim there is not enough evidence. If you Google her name you'll find a bunch of articles on her. Her mother and sister deserve justice. This case is also linked to the disappearance of Tony Torres of Biddeford Maine. She was last person to see Ashley before she was raped and strangled and left dead in the middle of the road. Please consider this case. It's been 23 years since she was murdered. She was murdered February 1999.

    • standback
      standback 2 months ago

      Semen dna ?

    • Carmen Vance
      Carmen Vance 2 months ago +6

      I do like Kendall, but submit this to Stephanie Harlowe, she goes so deep into the information!!

    • MariosBadHabit
      MariosBadHabit 2 months ago +3

      I hope she covers this case! I want to hear more!

    • KT_06
      KT_06 2 months ago +5

      I'm sorry for your loss your friend deserves justice would be awesome to see a video on it. There's a channel where the girl does cold cases normally and usually 20+ yr old ones to gain attention.. let me go check the spelling of her name ....
      Edit.. so it's Gabulosis maybe submit to her channel too to gain awareness!

    • teamcougars
      teamcougars 3 months ago +5

      We lived in Dover , NH at the time of your friend’s murder, I remember her name I didn’t know the killer was free😢I’m so sorry for your loss hugs 🤗🤗

  • Jessica Mazariegos
    Jessica Mazariegos Month ago +9

    I can definitely see everyone’s points about premeditated murder. Though my first thought was drugs. Did he give a UA? Obviously he still had alcohol on board. Did they check how much? It is possible he was high/drunk and she rejected him or scolded him and he blacked out in drug fueled rage…but it could not have been sleep walking. He wouldn’t have remembered any of it and wouldn’t have had time to get into REM and too much happened that would have woke him up. Poor Brooke. He was spiraling and she was too nice.

  • Abigail Briddick
    Abigail Briddick Month ago +8

    The strength that this family has is unreal I love how adamant they are to show who she really is and the great person she was❤️

  • Tia Briscoe
    Tia Briscoe Month ago +8

    My heart goes out to Brooke's family. May her memory lives on in your hearts and minds. strength and peace to the family.

  • Mara Kahl
    Mara Kahl 3 months ago +15

    I’m so glad her sister is finally able to speak out about this. It shows she’s healing. This was a horrible case.

    • Glam Cat
      Glam Cat 3 months ago

      "Well-being is the natural essence of mankind?" On what planet? Sure there's lots of good in humanity, but there's just as much bad.

  • Kelly Jovenitti
    Kelly Jovenitti 3 months ago +1221

    I have always felt the “oh I have a shirt for your boyfriend” was so fishy. My first instinct was he purposely brought her back to hurt her.

    • Carmen Vance
      Carmen Vance 2 months ago

      @Deanna Holub So was Jordan's baby also living in the house with Randy?
      Not a good environment for a child.

    • Carmen Vance
      Carmen Vance 2 months ago

      @Deanna Holub So did Brooke have her car while out to breakfast?
      I was under the assumption that she did not have her car. And maybe needed to return to the house to put boxes in her car.
      I really wish she had never returned. 😢

    • English3Muffin
      English3Muffin 3 months ago +4

      @Anime Kitten What I’m willing to bet is she simply ignored her intuition to give him the benefit of the doubt. They had been friends for years and I could imagine how shitty it felt to her leaving without attempting to end things on good terms. Usually a decision like that doesn’t end in your murder.

    • Victoria Robinson
      Victoria Robinson 3 months ago

      100% agree, as soon as I heard that I thought the same!!

    • Kitty Justice
      Kitty Justice 3 months ago +2

      I absolutely thought the same thing. She was good to go, ready to leave for NY, and then he asked her to come get the shirt. That isn't sleepwalking. That's intent.

  • Melissa Stephan
    Melissa Stephan Month ago +4

    Thank you, Brooke's family, for sharing little pieces of her story with us. I'm so sorry that this happened to your beautiful girl 💔

  • childoftheking
    childoftheking 9 days ago +2

    Ok, here is my two cents - (I'm a tad late to this party ) I think he intended to sexually assault her. I think his behavior the night before and the fact that she did not feel safe being around him clearly demonstrates that. She probably thought his behavior was just due to him being intoxicated. The fact that he called her back to the house with the excuse of giving her a t-shirt is highly suspicious. I think he lured her out and he planned to assault her. I think she fought back and he killed her. The level of violence and the fact that he was so vicious indicate that he was extremely angry with her. It demonstrates intense rage. To someone who is unstable (and let's face it - kind of a loser) that rejection would likely set him off, not to mention the fact that in his head he probably had a very unrealistic idea of how this assault was going to go down. If he pulled out a knife, he probably thought she would just give up. I think she fought him and he wasn't expecting that. That's my theory. It makes sense to me. Obviously I don't know what actually happened, only he knows what happened. I do believe that his remorse after is somewhat genuine, I don't think he intended to necessarily kill her but he definitely lured her back to the house with nefarious intentions. Just my two cents. Do I believe sleep walking murders can happen? I suppose anything is possible, however the probability of this happening is sooo small that it would be a one in a million freak type situation. Based on the timeline, the description of what happened and his behavior in general before and after he killed her - I don't believe that he doesn't remember killing her. I think that's his way of coping with his situation because he was too ashamed to openly admit what he did to his friend. I think he used the "I don't remember" excuse so he wouldn't have to actually explain his behavior or describe what actually happened. Ok - I know that was a lot. Sorry - I had a lot to say about this. It's infuriating that he did what he did and he tried to say he was asleep when he did it. Come on now... He is exactly where he belongs.

  • Taay Sanchez
    Taay Sanchez Month ago +6

    I watched the Hulu documentary and hearing her mother cry as she was talking to the police literally made my eyes water I could never imagine this pain 😥 sending prayers forever ♥️

  • Kimberly Vesneske
    Kimberly Vesneske 3 days ago

    I feel that this young man snapped.... he moved away from home with friends that made him feel like family and accepted him as is.... he watched one sister leave to start a life her boyfriend and then had to watch the 2nd sister drift away from him and ultimately move closer to her own boyfriend.... he panicked at the thought of losing his "family" and couldn't think of a way to stop it.... he may have even wanted to be Brooke's boyfriend (hence the creepy closet episode)... is backward social skills coupled with his instability finally lead to his snap of rage at her. This sleepwalking story is a pile of BS put out there to try and save him, reality he's not safe to be anywhere but rotting in a prison.

  • Shaylah Elrick
    Shaylah Elrick 3 months ago +793

    Unfortunately this seems like a ‘if I can’t have her, no one can’ situation. Absolutely tragic. Rest In Peace Brooke!

    • James Knapp
      James Knapp 3 months ago +3

      Sadly also agree with this, he got enough liquid in him to act on it.

    • meg arbo
      meg arbo 3 months ago +4

      An all too common occurence, I am afraid.

    • Tiina Kostjala
      Tiina Kostjala 3 months ago +2

      Right! I was thinking the same.

    • Olivia Young
      Olivia Young 3 months ago +19

      Exactly the timing of it being the last time he was gonna see her is not a coincidence

    • JD Arny
      JD Arny 3 months ago +41

      Exactly what i thought! He knew once she had collected all her remaining stuff and her car she’d not be visiting for a while again and be starting her life in new york with her boyfriend x

  • Kristinb
    Kristinb 26 days ago +4

    Having enough time to fall into that stage of sleep where he could be "sleepwalking?" No I don't think so.
    Being in a "blackout?" Yes it's possible.
    I always thought being in a blackout was similar to passing out, being so under the influence of a substance(s) that you do not remember the events, it's all a blur., etc. But a blackout can occur, particularly with heavy drinkers, where they will literally seem fine and able to function normally.

  • Anabelice Maldonado
    Anabelice Maldonado Month ago +10

    How was he considered sleep walking? If he literally explained to everyone that he remembers everything that happened leading up to what he did. It doesn't make sense to me that he wouldn't remember the actual murder. How do you just forget that happened? He didn't fall asleep on her while he was committing the act. To consider that sleep walking.

  • Alissah Hodges
    Alissah Hodges 3 months ago +5

    My husband was murdered and i cant even imagine having to relive it all. I can't even look at pictures or my ring finger. Just heartbreaking! Praying for everyone hurt by this monster!

  • thomas blaylock
    thomas blaylock Month ago +3

    I really feel bad for the family, personally, she sounds like an amazing soul and it's so sad that she is gone, but I'm just glad that there is justice for Brooke, so stupid that Hulu didn't give her the focus and attention she deserved

  • Laura Wooten Unboxings
    Laura Wooten Unboxings 3 months ago +1244

    While I do believe that people can do things in a “sleep” state and not remember, I don’t think that occurred here. I think Brooke came back to get the shirt and Randy made another sexual advance at her. When she declined, he killed her in a state of rage.

    • rzagza11
      rzagza11 Month ago +1

      @Amy Allen 100%. Being fat at the time and being in the friend zone their whole lives didn’t help his cause any.

    • Amy Allen
      Amy Allen 3 months ago +2

      I agree. I think he gave one last ditch effort to tell her how he felt hoping she felt the same. Hoping that she wouldn’t move out and she turned him down. That infuriated him!! He was feeling like she was abandoning him and he killed her….

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago +1

      @DragonFox84 that’s what I keep asking, if someone isn’t capable of taking a life while awake, does that change when they sleepwalk? It’s the same person, so does sleepwalking change a person’s moral compass?

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago

      @PurpleKittyKelly not being edgy or anything, just curious-how is this similar to them?

    • Leigh Anne Hardee
      Leigh Anne Hardee 3 months ago

      @PurpleKittyKelly wait how?

  • halfmoongoddess
    halfmoongoddess Month ago +9

    It seems like he may have had romantic feelings for her and was angry that she was moving back permanently to be with her boyfriend. The night before may have been a last ditch effort to try to get together with her but he felt rejected and it angered him. The rage combined with the drinking drove him to kill her.

  • Tara Frady
    Tara Frady 2 months ago +7

    So I've had sleep walking issues since I was a kid. I almost set my house on fire by putting my pillow in the oven and turning it on when I was like 5 or 6. When I had sleep walking episodes I NEVER had moments of cognitive awareness where I was having conversations with people and then suddenly black out. Like I was asleep, and if I had any type of conversation with someone it was disjointed and didn't make sense. I would grab things that are completely unrelated to what I was trying to do. People who sleep walk (that I know) either remember everything from an episode afterward, or remember nothing.

  • Oren Ortiz
    Oren Ortiz 3 months ago +5

    I use to sleepwalk myself and my mother would tell me things I would do but she said she would ease me back to bed. I never woke up, as I was sleepwalking or in the middle of doing anything so it’s difficult to relate to what is explained in this case. I find it hard to believe that he didn’t intend to kill Brooke because he called her to come over for a shirt and he didn’t have it out or ready, it was in a drawer and why in the world would he have that knife by his bed? Also, if he were sleepwalking, he somehow knew where the knife was to grab it and proceed with murder? Her going in the dresser to get the shirt was used as a distraction as he grabbed the knife and caught this poor girl off guard. Randy is a murderer just like his father and only used the sleepwalking bit as an attempt to get off easier. Listening to this made my eyes water a couple times and even now writing this, my heart feels so heavy so lastly, I want to express my sincerest of condolences to Brooke’s family and loved ones and thank you for sharing your story, as painful as it must have been, with us.

  • James Magnus
    James Magnus 28 days ago +1

    Thank you Kendall for what you do for these victims and families.
    Brooke seems like she was an awesome young lady.
    I do think that the killer wanted something more from her and he wasn't mentally stable enough to handle the rejection.
    Sleepwalking? No.

  • Alyssa Snodgrass
    Alyssa Snodgrass 3 months ago +1234

    Him “sleep walking” is the absolute worst excuse his people could have came up with 🙄I feel like he was mad/embarrassed that she rejected him so the coward murdered her.

    • Heather E303
      Heather E303 3 months ago +1

      @Its Me Who said you could drive in your sleep? I don't think that's a thing either.

    • Its Me
      Its Me 3 months ago

      @Courtney what's POC there I use the reference POC as piece of crap so what are you referring it to

    • Its Me
      Its Me 3 months ago

      @Heather E303 well he could have actually done this in his sleep and yes stabbed her that many times. If you can drive in your sleep commit a crime and go back home and not know anything about it the next day yeah you can do that

    • Its Me
      Its Me 3 months ago

      @Tallulah Foxxeven in speculation how many people sleep with a knife on the nightstand by their bed? I always sleep with one under my pillow

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  • ChanelleB
    ChanelleB 2 months ago +5

    Thank you Kendall for sharing this story and helping the family their story I think that's so important!
    Sending love and prayers to the Preston Family!

  • KayKay2513
    KayKay2513 Month ago +5

    Ugh, I can't believe Hulu. So disrespectful.
    My brother was killed in 2015, I worked on a production, about murdered and missing indigenous girls and women, called Taken. The last episode was about the crew who had experienced this kind of thing. I was asked to be on it, then asked to use photos, they were very respectful about my story and what I said about his murder.
    I feel so bad for that family. 😢

  • Amelia Handl
    Amelia Handl Day ago

    I’m sincere condolences to the family, we will sign the petition and in respect we will not watch the documentary. God bless ❤️

  • JenRomero
    JenRomero 3 months ago +7

    Thank you Kendall for speaking up for victims who have no voice. You’re such an amazing narrator and so articulate.

  • Hannah Swartz
    Hannah Swartz 3 months ago +647

    My thing is.... they lived together/ spent years together with no violent sleepwalking instances but the day she's gonna leave suddenly this happens??? Nahhhh .... he deserves to rot. I'm so sorry for Brooke's family to having to be going through this with hulu. Absolutely disgusting

    • CoExist
      CoExist 3 months ago +2

      @DragonFox84 do you think that someone who wouldn’t kill while awake would kill while sleepwalking? It’s the same person, awake or asleep right?

    • AureliusNoNotMarcus
      AureliusNoNotMarcus 3 months ago +9

      And her sister just happened to not be there as well...he seen that as an opportunity

    • DragonFox84
      DragonFox84 3 months ago +6 a sleep walker...i tend to be one that talks or minor movement. i have had some events i walked or stood there like a wierdo staring at nothing. i have a history of it since i was a kid. you dont just suddenly have sleep walking episode and a violent one at that and magically remember everything but the actual murder. that doesnt happen. now i get blanking out due to trauma as some have been proven to have happen, but that too is a very rare thing to happen. hes full of it.

    • kolaida
      kolaida 3 months ago +26

      Yeah, I honestly think THIS is the most telling of all. Happens when she’s supposed to move to another state and didn’t extend the invite to him this time? Too much of a coincidence.

  • Johanna Roberts
    Johanna Roberts Month ago +6

    I’m new here found you by accident. I am totally into true crime and love to hear peoples stories. Thanks for your creative ability to give life to these victims. Question: Why would Nancy Grace, of all people, would block you on any social media platform?

  • Robin Moreau
    Robin Moreau 3 months ago +7

    I am so sorry that Brooke's life was ended so soon.
    It is clear that her family loved her so much and she was a beautiful young woman inside and out. ❤

  • Jupiter’s Ring
    Jupiter’s Ring Month ago +6

    Love watching all true crime documentaries but never saw Hulu’s on Brooke’s death (don’t ever plan on watching) because prior to the release I received an email to sign a petition to keep it off the television, which I signed since her family had no involvement in the creation of the doc nor did they want it released. I’m glad Kendall and the family were able to do this and spread her story and allow people to hear Brooke’s story.

  • Sophie Barnes
    Sophie Barnes 22 days ago +2

    YOU HAVE A VICTIMS ADVOCATE FORM!!!!!! omg!!!! throwback to when you needed us to support you through patron to keep your channel going. so happy to see your success. ive still always stayed watching from back in 2015!!!

  • Chops Hopkins
    Chops Hopkins 3 months ago +390

    How incredibly convenient it was for the murderer to be “asleep” ONLY during the actual murder and not before or after. It’s truly ridiculous. He is where he belongs. I’m sorry for the family’s loss. 💜☮️🙏🏻

  • Josie Collins
    Josie Collins 3 months ago +10

    Brooke and her family are such beautiful souls. I wish them nothing but love and happiness in the future

  • SA
    SA Month ago +5

    They 100% portrayed Jordan testifying incorrectly, wow. I’m not totally shocked that a documentary would skew information to fit a narrative, but it’s still shocking at just how gross that is. That documentary should’ve never been made. It seems like they were trying to have a “making a murderer” moment by focusing on Randy. How sick.
    Thank you for giving Brooke’s family a voice. Some of these true crime documentaries care more about becoming a sensation instead of caring about the families of the victims. Thank you for being one of the few creators who actually cares.

  • Queen عَraweela
    Queen عَraweela 3 months ago +16

    Wasn't he awake when he called her through his phone and told her to come back to the house and get the t-shirt? How did he suddenly start sleep walking when she comes to the house? I don't believe his lame "sleepwalking" excuse one bit.

  • Tallyn Ewalt
    Tallyn Ewalt 2 months ago +2

    They had the murderers mom on the TV show and not the victims family that is so disrespectful… I’m so glad you are doing this for this family♥️♥️♥️

  • Raea
    Raea 3 months ago +1224

    I would’ve never watched the documentary on Hulu and supported that had I known they had no consent from the family. That’s so not okay.

    • Caffeinated Katie
      Caffeinated Katie 3 months ago +2

      @Jeremy A what about things like slander, libel and defamation of character? I'm only asking because those are illegal

    • Ashley Marie
      Ashley Marie 3 months ago +2

      Same I'm so mad I watched it now 🥺

    • Heather Bashaw
      Heather Bashaw 3 months ago +7

      @itzMe Ashton it’s really not worth it. The documentary (IMO) seemed to want to justify what he did. He even spoke in it, showing no remorse for what he has done.

    • itzMe Ashton
      itzMe Ashton 3 months ago +1

      I was going to order a month of Hulu to see what everyone is talking about but I don't think so now

  • Kristi Patterson
    Kristi Patterson 2 months ago +4

    Sending love and prayers to Brooke's family and friends. She seemed like an incredible young woman, so thank you for sharing her story.
    R.I.P. Brooke.

  • Teresa Acevedo
    Teresa Acevedo 3 months ago +8

    My sincere condolences to Brooke’s family and friends.

  • MD Jeffcoat
    MD Jeffcoat 3 months ago +9

    Hearing her family and friends talk about her brings tears to your eyes.

  • stacey swain
    stacey swain 9 days ago

    This is so heart breaking. I love how her dad calls her brooky cause I to have a daughter named Brooklyn who we call Brooke but I call her brooky all the time.

  • Alexis Dominique
    Alexis Dominique 3 months ago +609

    It makes me sick that he’s confessing with this baby voice, right after he brutally murdered his friend. This guy is disgusting.

    • Charles Making a Clara Face
      Charles Making a Clara Face 3 months ago +3

      His voice and crying reminds me of the weepy voice killer!

    • Sulekha Mane
      Sulekha Mane 3 months ago +1


    • s s
      s s 3 months ago +16

      @Alexis Dominique It was so weird that he kept talking like a child and mumbling

    • Alexis Dominique
      Alexis Dominique 3 months ago +19

      @Lil Eddy for real! It’s the theatrics for me. Like SPEAK UP, that baby voice and those fake tears aren’t going to save you.

  • Dominique
    Dominique 3 months ago +6

    This family and Brooke’s friends are so strong! Shame on Hulu for going through with this documentary without their consent. When telling stories like this, I believe centering the victim should always be the first priority. Thank you to Brooke’s friends and family for sharing her light and her story with the world! I signed the petition after being moved by your words and courage. I pray for your continued healing 💕

  • Jessica Gralak
    Jessica Gralak 3 days ago

    Signed and shared the petition!
    Praying for brooks friends and family

  • Kell Bell
    Kell Bell 25 days ago

    So sad my heart goes out to her family . I know what it's like to lose a sibling to murder and it never really gets better. But I do have a question, where was the shirt when this happened ? Only asking because if it was still in his drawer did that conversation even happen ?

  • Jasmine Hoffman
    Jasmine Hoffman 3 months ago +4

    I wish I knew who Brooke was she seemed like a very outgoing person and I need a person like her in my life. R.I.P precious girl

  • Jitka Donnelly
    Jitka Donnelly 3 months ago +741

    This is just gross... He lured her back to the house so I feel strongly it was premeditated. And the way he killed her was a crime of passion? Brooke was such a beautiful person. There just aren't words to say how sick, selfish and unfair it is for him to have taken her life. He's a complete coward 🤦🏼‍♀️

    • Its Me
      Its Me 3 months ago +1

      Does sound premeditated. And also yeah stabbing is up close and personal that is a crime of passion

    • Pamela Fulks
      Pamela Fulks 3 months ago +1

      like father,like son.

    • GirlBehindtheStory
      GirlBehindtheStory 3 months ago +8

      This is exactly what I was thinking!

  • Hayla Jade
    Hayla Jade 3 months ago +2

    god bless this family ! she was in gods army ! im an artist my self and this story makes me sad....prayers to them and Rest In Peace Brooke

  • Ellie Sharp
    Ellie Sharp 3 months ago +2

    I love you for what you do for families and it really shows that it comes from your heart and it’s always so heartfelt 💕

  • TEG 'ON
    TEG 'ON 3 months ago +5

    Brooks family is incredibly strong and caring. It's true how it shows what a wonderful person Brook was. My heart goes out to them all!

  • Kylie Moynihan
    Kylie Moynihan 3 months ago +4

    Usually a motive is always found when someone murders someone unless that person simply had murder on their mind.. maybe that’s the case here. Your amazing Kendall I appreciate you telling stories that need to be put into the spotlight 💜

  • Maryanne
    Maryanne 3 months ago +654

    I think this really highlights some major ethical issues with true crime content…Brooke’s family does not deserve the hurt caused by the documentary, just for the purposes of entertainment on a streaming platform. This case is really going to make me really consider which true crime content I consume in future. The grieving process the victim’s loved ones should always be protected above all else. Thanks Kendall, for always being respectful of that.
    Brooke seemed like a beautiful person and thanks to the family for sharing her story properly here. I hope that, although there is so little sense to her death, that they can find closure in the all the meaning her life brought ❤️

    • Maryanne
      Maryanne 3 months ago +3

      ​@then perish I do understand your point, but respectfully disagree. I don't think there was anything about this specific case that's of educational benefit for the audience (It's a pretty clear-cut case, the sleepwalking defence while interesting, doesn't hold up at all, and it did result in a conviction). The reason I feel like the documentary is quite unethical is that it doesn't really bring much benefit to anyone (other than entertainment) but harms her loved ones a lot. I think that's ultimately what we have to consider when making/consuming true crime content - is it going to cause more harm than good?

    • then perish
      then perish 3 months ago +2

      it's not just entertainment. it's educational. while there were definitely better ways they could have gone about it, they 100% are allowed to make a documentary about whatever and whoever they want and they shouldn't be silenced. that's such a slippery slope.

    • Martina
      Martina 3 months ago +1

      Well said ❤

    • s.a
      s.a 3 months ago +14

      it’s disgusting how hulu didn’t even consider the family’s feelings, they didn’t care that the families are literally gonna relive the trauma of loosing brooke.

    • Dame Von Bon Daisy
      Dame Von Bon Daisy 3 months ago +4


  • Amy s
    Amy s 3 months ago +5

    you know I watched that doc and I usually am really on the fence at the end of those types of docs, and I was because things he said didn't add up but hulu was really pushing his narrative of sleep walking and I fell for it and felt bad (for him) because in the interrogation he seems remorseful but now hearing a lot of what they left out makes me mad that they only pushed that narrative and leave out a lot of facts. I feel so bad for the family and am really thankful that you got to work with them and give not only them but Brooke her voice by sharing her story with all the facts. I do believe if he was drunk (car wouldn't start) he def could have fallen asleep and was still half asleep when talking to brooke about the shirt, especially since he seemed to not be getting enough sleep with all the alcohol he had been consuming but that doesn't matter he killed her period, it's sad if he was asleep but it doesn't change anything at the end of the day.

    • Karma
      Karma 2 months ago

      And if you are blacked out it’s not premeditated so how does that work? Are you guilty because you made the decision to drink

  • Ladyhawk1623
    Ladyhawk1623 9 days ago

    I am a fairly new subscriber and as I watch your posts, once again, I am very impressed by your professional delivery with an empathetic vent to not only the families and friends but, to your audience. Thank you for your integrity to inform with fact and defuse that which is determined “sudo-fact.” It’s like that old game of Telephone passing a sentence around a circle and finding it so altered! There’s a reason that we all know that game… we must question what is true as it comes through media. I appreciate your method of being specific to the nuances and the source of the truth as to not to find fault as it may not be intentional. Keep up the good work!

  • Zac Jones
    Zac Jones 3 months ago +6

    Nancy is upset that you are doing real work. I love everything you do 😭💕

  • Melissa Brinkman
    Melissa Brinkman 3 months ago +4

    Hello, a year ago today, we lost my Daughter in Law to the hands of another. To this day (even with a video confession by the person who took her life), the Sheriff's office and State of KS DAs office has failed to bring charges against him. Please contact me for more information if you believe you can help her family bring this case justice and closure. Thank you.

    • JA MS
      JA MS 2 months ago

      Sorry for your loss

  • Charlotte Griffith
    Charlotte Griffith 3 months ago +770

    It is truly infuriating that more time is spent by society making excuses for killers than seeking justice for victims. Sending all my love to the Prestons. Keep fighting the good fight!

    • Diana1121
      Diana1121 3 months ago

      @Ashley Taccone no one said he was normal

    • zabia rayne
      zabia rayne 3 months ago +7

      it’s not excuses. it’s a valid defense that deserves to be investigated

    • Ashley Taccone
      Ashley Taccone 3 months ago +5

      @CherryJuli half of them get out and recommit or don't ever get caught at all. I'm just saying it sucks that the rest of us have to suffer. idk what else to say, I don't think what I'm saying is worth an argument but maybe you have a heart for murderers which is exactly what the original comment is talking about, have a heart for victims, not their murderers

    • Ashley Taccone
      Ashley Taccone 3 months ago +9

      @CherryJuli bruh if you like murderers that's fine lol I'm just saying I think it'd be nice if they could go somewhere where they didn't drain society either financially or emotionally. It's ok if you disagree!

    • CherryJuli
      CherryJuli 3 months ago +2

      @Ashley Taccone that place exists. It’s called prison.