Ep. 716 Crime Friday: Frozen Kansas City Chiefs Fans, and Fani Willis Admits Affair

Megyn is joined by attorneys Arthur Aidala and Mark Eiglarsh, for a Kelly’s Court to discuss the illegal migrants beating up a police officer in New York City, whether the judge should have set bail, if they should serve time in the U.S. or be deported, three Kansas City Chiefs fans who were found frozen and dead outside their friend’s house, how the bodies were found to have fentanyl in their system, whether the friend should be put in jail, if Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis will be kicked off her racketeering case against former President Donald Trump and others, the Georgia judge who will have to make the decision of whether to remove her, if removing Willis will torpedo the entire Trump case, Willis finally admitting to the affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, if Trump will have to pay E. Jean Carroll the giant judgement against him, the parents of a school shooter on trial for the first time ever, the warning signs the mother may have missed or ignored, the criminal standard for a parent to be responsible, Alec Baldwin now charged again for Rust set shooting, and more.

Then, Charlie Condon, co-host of The Murdaugh Murders, Money & Mystery, joins to discuss why Alex Murdaugh did not get a new trial over alleged “jury tampering,” what jurors said when pressed by the judge, if Murdaugh might have a chance on appeal, what the future holds for court clerk Becky Hill, and more.