Facebook Murder Fantasy

Tracy starts out the show talking about being solo during this Easter edition podcast. He talks about the band Green Day and how they evolved into something he doesn’t like. Then gets to business and reads a story about a man murdering an old guy just minding his own business, walking down the street. While discussing this story Tracy talks about how social media had spiraled out of control and how Facebook is fast becoming – not your grandmothers app! What started out as a place to bond and share is turning into a playground for the sick and demented.

Tracy then ventures into a discussion, with himself, on the differences between racial profiling and profiling in general. He continues to read updates on this murder and talks more about how much of a scum bag this murderer is. Tracy plays a short interview of the victims family and talks about how devastated they are. Then he reads a story on a shooting at a carnival. Judge Thomas allows his emotions and, clearly, biases into his court room and possibly, his decision making.


Richard Tracy, host of the new podcast Criminal Masterminds, is a new breed of talk radio and podcasting. Think of Tracy as a Super Hero, only this one does not come with a fancy cape or gadgets. He does not combat villains nor does he jump out of burning and crashing airplanes with out a parachute. What Tracy does and will combat is the anti police rhetoric which has been plaguing the nation along with the political correctness which has prevent people from having the true "honest and open dialogue" on the current issues regarding policing in the Great U.S. of A. He also may make you chuckle like a school kid in the process.