BEHIND THE CRIME SCENE with retired FBI Special Agent Gina Osborn and Prosecutor Tracy Miller is a True Crime Podcast that explores the human side of first responders, investigators and prosecutors. It focuses on notorious cases which have haunted crime fighters their entire careers. In each episode, we dive deep into the world of some of the worst crimes in U.S. history. We’ go behind the scenes to show how these cases impacted the lives of the heroes who responded to them.
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Gina L. Osborn began her law enforcement career in 1986 by enlisting in the U.S. Army as a Counterintelligence Special Agent. She served six years during the Cold War investigating the highest profile espionage cases in the European Theater. In 1996, Gina became a Special Agent with the FBI. She had numerous assignments over the last 22 years that include investigating Asian Organized Crime in the Little Saigon District of Orange County and supervising counterterrorism investigations in Southeast Asia. Gina led some of the Bureau’s moist significant criminal and national security computer intrusion investigations to include the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. Gina is thrilled to host BEHIND THE CRIME SCENE - A True Crime Podcast.
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Tracy began her career as a law clerk for Prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden on one of the most visible cases in our nation's history - the O.J. Simpson case. Tracy has 23 years of trial experience as a prosecutor where she initiated and led the largest gang prevention program in the nation. Tracy has led and supervised prosecutors for over eight years and has completed over 80 jury trials. She is also one of the most passionate, interactive and engaging speakers of our time and presents to over 10,000 people a year, helping thousands become stronger communicators. Tracy is recognized as a dynamic, motivational speaker and presentation coach. Tracy is thrilled to host BEHIND THE CRIME SCENE - A True Crime Podcast.
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We wish to thank lead homicide detective Doug Kennedy for providing additional details relating to the homicide investigation of California Highway Patrol Traffic Officer Don Burt who was killed in the line of duty by Hung Mai on July 13, 1996.
Officer Burt made a routine traffic stop on Hung Mai near Nutwood Avenue and the 57 Freeway in Fullerton, California. Hung Mai provided a false name which came back to a suspended driver license. Officer Burt found counterfeit traveler checks in the car. With no signs of a struggle, Mai shot Officer Burt seven times.