INTERMOUNTAIN PI PODCAST
FEBRUARY 16, 2021 | EPISODE 43
HUNT FOR JUSTICE WITH PRIVATE EYE JOHN NARDIZZI
This week we go from Boston to San Francisco’s Tenderloin District on a hunt for justice with private eye John Nardizzi. We make a brief pit stop afterwards and discuss his first boss, the legendary PI Jack Palladino who was senselessly killed recently. Plus, we look at Telegraph Hill, the critically acclaimed neo-noir mystery John wrote featuring fictional private eye, Ray Infantino.
John is an attorney, writer and private investigator. He owns Nardizzi and Associates. He specializes in wrongful convictions and decades old cold cases. John’s investigations include the acquittal of Academy Award winning actor, Kevin Spacey and the wrongful conviction of Kenny Waters. Mr. Water’s life was featured in the 2010 film, Conviction, starring Academy Award winning actors, Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell.
John speaks and writes frequently about the industry. His article have appeared in Pursuit Magazine, PI Magazine, Lawyers Weekly and others. Contact him on his website: www.nardizzi.com or by email at email@example.com. His books are at www.johnnardizzi.com. He’s also on Twitter: @authorpi.
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Utah private investigator Scott Fulmer is host of the Intermountain PI Podcast and author of the critically acclaimed true crime memoir, Confessions of a Private Eye, available on Amazon. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Youtube. Scott lives near the Crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City.
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