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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vic Feazell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vic Feazell, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vic Feazell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vic Feazell, often where they are interviewed.

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Vic Feazell & The Henry Lee Lucas Case

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By now most of you have probably heard of Henry Lee Lucas, the "alleged biggest mass murderer of all time". In todays episode you will hear about the Henry Lee Lucas case through the eyes of Gary Richardson, who actually ended up representing Henry. We focus on the trial through the perspective of Vic Feazell. Vic Was Wrongfully charged with crimes he did not commit and was facing 84 years in prison. We walk you through the Journey Vic encountered. This is not a True Crime Podcast but for those of you who have read about Henry or are interested in true crime, this will definitely be an episode of interest for you. 

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Call 918-492-7674 and ask for Gary if you would like to discuss any of the matters discussed in todays Episode.

Email questions, requests, or interest in a One of Gary's Books or "Winning in the Courtroom" : LegalWarriorPodcast@gmail.com

Search "The Confession Killer" on Netflix to see the documentary that was made over this case featuring Gary Richardson, and Vic Feazell. 

Feb 23 2020 · 41mins
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VIC FEAZELL - CONFESSION KILLERS

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In late 1984 Vic learned that a drifter named Henry Lee Lucas was claiming to have killed over 300 people across the country. The Texas Rangers had custody of Lucas and would announce they solved a new murder every few days. When Lucas confessed to three murders in McLennan County Feazell became suspicious and wanted the Lucas confessions examined more closely. Vic didn’t believe that anyone could kill that many people without leaving any witnesses, fingerprints or other evidence behind.

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Feb 22 2020 · 56mins

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VIC FEAZELL - CONFESSIONS KILLER

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Feazell announced his candidacy for District Attorney of McLennan County in Waco, Texas in 1982. He would go on to win the election against the incumbent district attorney and became one of the youngest to hold the position in McLennan County. During his first term as District Attorney, Feazell tried the 1982 Lake Waco Triple Murders. In 1984, a jury found David Wayne Spence guilty of the murders and sentenced him to the death penalty. A chronicle of the Lake Waco Murders can be found in the Edgar Award-winning book Careless Whispers by Carlton Stowers.Feazell notes on his website that he is "now a vocal advocate against the death penalty."

In 1984, after Henry Lee Lucas claimed to have killed over 300 people across the country, the Texas Rangers announced numerous murders to have been solved. Three of these announced murders were in McLennan County. This prompted Feazell to begin investigating the claims. This resulted in the Lucas Report. The report suggested that Lucas could not have committed some of the murders to which he had confessed. A decision afterwards resulted in Feazell's arrest.There were nineteen agents in town for Feazell’s arrest and the search of his office and home.

Feazell's arrest came seven weeks before election day. Voters in McLennan County re-elected Feazell for another term. During the criminal investigation leading up to Feazell’s indictment, a reporter from Dallas television station WFAA-TV named Charles Duncan ran an eleven-part series about Feazell, which later led to a libel judgement in favor of Feazell worth $58 million.This series was the only evidence shown to the federal grand jury that indicted Feazell.Feazell was found not guilty of all charges on June 29, 1987. Feazell then returned to work as District Attorney of McLennan County. On September 13, 1988, Feazell sent out a press release stating he would be resigning as District Attorney.

Feazell then began representing Lucas in all of the still-pending murder cases he had confessed to around the country. Feazell spent much of the 1990s representing Lucas to ensure he was not convicted based on any more false confessions. The work done by Feazell and others cast enough doubt on the validity of the Lucas confession to the Orange Socks murder case that in 1998 then-Governor George W. Bush commuted Lucas’s death penalty to life imprisonment.

In 1991, represented by former U.S. Attorney Gary Richardson, Feazell was awarded a $58 million judgment for libel charges against WFAA-TV, at the time the largest libel judgment in U.S. history. As a result, he was cited in the 1993 edition of Guinness World Records for largest defamation lawsuit in history.

In the 21st century, Feazell formed his own law office, The Law Offices of Vic Feazell with offices presently in Austin and Waco, Texas. The offices work primarily with personal injury cases and occasionally criminal cases.

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Jan 22 2020 · 56mins
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Vic Feazell | The Confession Killer

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MERRY CHRISTMAS, DIE-HARDS! Making this podcast is such a gift to me, and I am grateful to each one of you who listens!

We are continuing the conversation about the Netflix doc; 'The Confession Killer' Today you will get to hear a master story teller share more of his experience around the case of Henry Lee Lucas... Meet Vic Feazell - the DA who was featured in the recent Netflix Doc; 'The Confession Killer.' Vic truly emerges as the hero of the story and I was thrilled he wanted to be on the podcast. Buckle up - his stories are even wilder than what you saw in the film - and if you haven't watched The Confession Killer yet, what are you waiting for? Vic is more than a former DA though. He is a champion of justice and truth, a practicing attorney, a loving father, an ordained minister, a yogi and a podcaster! Check out the Vic Feazell Show where he dives deep into the cases connected to Henry Lee Lucas. Follow him on social:

https://twitter.com/vicfeazell

https://www.facebook.com/vicfeazellattorney

https://www.instagram.com/vic_feazell_attorney/  

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Dec 25 2019 · 1hr 16mins

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Downtown Depot - Vic Feazell

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In Episode 74 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Vic Feazell. Feazell is a criminal defense attorney in Waco and former McLennan County D.A. who famously took on the Texas Rangers. Before that interview, Meek shines the Small Business Spotlight on Laverty's Antiques and gets Thanksgiving table tricks from Chef Corey McEntyre of Milo All Day.
Nov 01 2019 · 29mins
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Episode 9: Henry Lee Lucas & Vic Feazell Series Part 4

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In this 4 part series Vic talks about the Henry Lee Lucas hoax and how his life became intertwined with Lucas's after he confesses to 3 murders in Vic's jurisdiction.
Sep 18 2019 · 34mins
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Episode 8: Henry Lee Lucas & Vic Feazell Series Part 3

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In this 4 part series Vic talks about the Henry Lee Lucas hoax and how his life became intertwined with Lucas's after he confesses to 3 murders in Vic's jurisdiction.
Sep 17 2019 · 30mins
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Episode 6: Henry Lee Lucas & Vic Feazell Series Part 1

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In this 4 part series Vic talks about the Henry Lee Lucas hoax and how his life became intertwined with Lucas's after he confesses to 3 murders in Vic's jurisdiction.
Sep 17 2019 · 31mins
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Episode 7: Henry Lee Lucas & Vic Feazell Series Part 2

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In this 4 part series Vic talks about the Henry Lee Lucas hoax and how his life became intertwined with Lucas's after he confesses to 3 murders in Vic's jurisdiction.
Sep 17 2019 · 28mins