Retired Lt. Sandra Brown on “The Tetris Murders”

Welcome Sandra:

We’re joined on the Starline by a former Palo Alto CSI Tech that pulled one of the most interesting cases on September 22nd 1998. A case that has haunted her for nearly 25 years of her life. ID Discovery has her back to talk about “The Tetris Murders”. We welcome retired lieutenant “Downtown” Sandra Brown.

Sandra, let’s go Beyond the Mic. The case of an alleged murder suicide, potential Russian mob involvement, a conspiracy and the FBI. And I haven’t even talked about half the weird stuff about this case. Why does this case haunt you to this very day?

Justice delayed is justice denied. What frustrates you more, the way the case was handled back in 1998 or the discovery of information that could have helped you find the killers back then?

As this case is revealed to all, do you feel that Vladimir, his wife and son will recieve the justice they deserve?

There are key figures that didn’t want to talk to Discovery or anyone for this series. Little bit suspicious to me?

One Big Question:

What was the root cause of your becoming a police officer? Who did you want to protect?

The Wrap:

Bullied growing up, protecting others became a calling and she wants you to see “The Tetris Murders” on ID Discovery. We thank retired Lt. Sandra Brown for taking the time to talk with us today.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with actors here.

What do you think?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

More from this show