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Ep 77: Patrick Dennehy And The Baylor Bears, Part II

All Crime No Cattle

All Crime No Cattle

History, True Crime

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 13 October 2020

⏱️ 51 minutes

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Patrick Dennehy and the Baylor Bears, Part II, is available now! With Patrick's disappearance now a murder investigation, a second investigation into charges of NCAA violations by the Baylor basketball program also begins. Allegations of corruption, a whistleblower, secret recordings, and a surprise plea will all be discussed in the culmination of this disturbing case.

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Welcome, welcome everybody back to another episode of All Crime No Cattle.


If you're hearing my voice right now then that means you are listening to the culmination


of a very exciting part to episode and I am really excited to get into it.


I am Detective Shae Butter and I am Erin.


Alright, so tell us what you got in store for us Erin.


What are we doing?


Well before we begin today let's go ahead and acknowledge our sources.


The Fort Worth Star Telegram, US Today, Washington Post, Albuquerque Journal and The New York Times.


Finally, we use the Emmy-nominated Showtime documentary Disgraced which we will talk more


about specifically at the end of this episode.


This is part two of the story of Patrick Denny and the Baylor Bears so be sure you've already


listened to part one.


Last episode, we learned about Patrick Denny, the 21-year-old who had just transferred


to Baylor University to play on the men's basketball team.


In June of 2003 Patrick suddenly went missing a mid-sting array of accusations of threats


and thefts by another Baylor player.


However, it was a third Baylor player, Patrick's close friend Carlton Dotson, who ended up


confessing to and was arrested for killing Patrick in self-defense while the two were


practicing shooting their guns.


At least that was Carlton's story.


Six weeks after he went missing Patrick's body was discovered in a gravel ditch a few


miles from the Baylor campus.


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