No Christmas for the Pesce's and The Fat Shaming Murder - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Just days before Christmas in 2002, recently paroled ex-cons John Wolfenbarger and Dennis Lincoln came with a scheme to rob jeweller Marco Pesce. Having no scruples whatsoever, their plan included Marco’s mother Maria and his three young children Carlo, Sabrina and Melissa. For the Pesce family, there would be no Christmas.

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Boronika Hothnyang, a Sudanese woman with a horrific background, escaped her war torn country in her early teens only to go through a series of alcohol fuelled abusive relationships in Melbourne. In 2011 the 25 year old mother of three young children went on to murder a close friend after a fat shaming incident, but did she really do it?

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