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Margaret Murdaugh and Paul Murdaugh Found Shot to Death in Low County, SC
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    Margaret Murdaugh and Paul Murdaugh Found Shot to Death in Low County, SC


    Margaret Murdaugh, left and Paul Murdaugh, right, were found shot dead at family hunting lodge in Colleton County on June 8.


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    August 26, 2021

    Murdaugh Murder Mystery Timeline: Solicitor intends to recuse himself from double homicide case

    News of the deaths of Paul Murdaugh, 22, and Maggie Murdaugh, 52, has led to national headlines. Not only for the mystery surrounding their murders but for the ties to other deaths in the Lowcountry of South Carolina: Stephen Smith in 2015 and Mallory Beach in 2019

    A son and mother found shot to death on their Lowcountry property.

    News of the deaths of Paul Murdaugh, 22, and Maggie Murdaugh, 52, has led to national headlines. Not only for the mystery surrounding their murders but for the ties to other death investigations in the area: Stephen Smith in 2015 and Mallory Beach in 2019.

    July 8, 2015: Stephen Smith, 19, is found dead on Sandy Run Road in Hampton County. No arrest is made.

    Feb. 24, 2019: Mallory Beach, 19, goes missing after a boat crash near Parris Island. A 911 call is placed from the scene of the crash at Archer's Creek.

    March 3, 2019: Following a week of searches, a boater discovers Mallory's body in a marsh area near the Broad River boat landing in Beaufort County.

    March 2019: The Beach family files a wrongful death lawsuit against a Beaufort County bar, convenience store and two homeowners all of whom, the suit claims, served Beach and her underage friends alcohol the night of the crash. The lawsuit was later amended to only name Richard Alexander "Alex" Murdaugh Sr., Richard Alexander "Buster" Murdaugh Jr., and Parker's convenience store.

    April 18, 2019: Paul Murdaugh is indicted on charges of boating under the influence causing death and two counts of boating under the influence causing great bodily injury.

    May 6, 2019: Murdaugh pleads not guilty to all charges.

    June 4, 2021: Court ordered mediation in the wrongful death lawsuit fails, which appears to make the case bound for trial.

    June 7, 2021: Alex Murdaugh disovers the bodies of his son Paul and wife Maggie at their 1,770-acre hunting lodge on Moselle Road in Islandton, Colleton County. A 911 call is placed at 10:07 p.m.

    "I need the police and ambulance immediately," Alex Murdaugh says in the 911 call. "My wife and child have been shot badly!"

    The Colleton County Sheriff's Office responds and secures the scene. South Carolina's State Law Enforcement Division is contacted at 10:28 p.m. to assist. SLED agents arrive at 11:47 p.m.

    Murdaugh family friend Tangie Ohmer tells WJCL: "It was just siren after siren..."

    June 8, 2021: Authorities confirm the identities of the deceased, referring to the incident as a double homicide. However, they say there is no threat to the public.

    June 11, 2021: A graveside service is held at Hampton Cemetery for both Paul and Maggie Murdaugh.

    June 14, 2021: The Colleton County Coroner confirms both Paul and Maggie Murdaugh died from multiple gunshot wounds. The estimated time of death is somewhere between 9 and 9:30 p.m.

    June 16, 2021: SLED creates a 24-hour dedicated tipline for the case: 803-896-2605.

    June 17, 2021: Alex Murdaugh's brothers, Randy Murdaugh IV and John Marvin Murdaugh, appear in an exclusive interview with ABC News in which they plead with the public to come forward with any information. They say they don't know whether the family has enemies but Paul Murdaugh had received threats.

    June 21, 2021: SLED releases a handful of heavily-redacted documents shedding light on what deputies discovered the night of the murders.

    June 23, 2021: Based on information gathered in the Murdaugh investigation, SLED says it is looking into the 2015 death of Stephen Smith in Hampton County. SLED does not elaborate on what information it obtained.

    June 25, 2021: Members of the Murdaugh family formally annonce a $!00,000 reward for information that leads to arrest in the double homicide.

    July 7, 2021: Attorneys representing a survivor of the boat crash that killed Mallory Beach filed a petition alleging law enforcement tried to shift the blame from Paul Murdaugh to their client, Connor Cook.

    July 14, 2021: During a court hearing, Circuit Judge Bentley Price said he would review the redactions made by SLED in publicly-released documents pertaining to the case and if he felt they weren’t legal, order more information released.

    July 22, 2021: SLED releases the 911 call placed by Alex Murdaugh the night Paul and Maggie Murdaugh were killed.

    Aug. 6, 2021: People magazine spotlights the double homicide of Paul and Maggie Murdaugh.

    The South Carolina Attorney General's Office drops all charges against Paul Murdaugh in the death of Mallory Beach due to his own death.

    Aug. 11, 2021: 14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone sends a letter to South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson stating he intends to recuse himself from the investigations into the deaths of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh.

    Aug. 17, 2021: Following a Freedom of Information Act request, WJCL receives photos and videos from the South Carolina Attorney General's Office collected as evidence following the boat crash that killed Mallory Beach.
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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    Update: Alex Murdaugh shot by two men in Hampton County, family attorney says

    By Andrew Davis and Diante Gibbs
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    HAMPTON COUNTY, S.C. (WSAV/WCBD) Murdaugh family friend and attorney Jim Griffin tells News 3 that Alex Murdaugh was shot while changing a tire on the side of Salkehatchie Road. Griffin says, according to Alexs brother Randy, two men in a pickup truck drove up, got out and opened fire on Murdaugh. Multiple sources, including Griffin, tell News 3 that Alex Murdaugh called 911.

    Police say Alex Murdaugh was shot in the head in Hampton County and has been transported to a hospital in Charleston. Earlier this afternoon, law enforcement told News 3 that he had been taken to a hospital in Savannah.

    Law Enforcement says Murdaugh was shot at a property on the 15000 block of Salkehatchie Road.

    Officials with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) confirmed they are investigating the shooting in Hampton County, and confirm that the victim is Alex Murdaugh. SLED was called in to assist the Hampton County Sheriffs Office in its investigation around 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

    Paul and Margaret Murdaugh were found shot to death in June by Alex Murdaugh, Pauls father and Margarets husband. Still, no suspects have been arrested and this story, ready for the soap operas, has made national news ever since.

    The family of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh are also offering a $!00,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in the double homicide of the mother and son.

    I want to thank everyone for the incredible love and support that we have received over the last few weeks, said Alex Murdaugh in late June.
    Now is the time to bring justice for Maggie and Paul. Buster and I, along with Maggies mother, father and our entire family, ask that anyone with helpful information immediately call the SLED tip line or Crime Stoppers.

    This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is reported.

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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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    The Murdaugh family saga: a tangled web of secrets and murder

    By Faith Karimi
    CNN

    A powerful family. A deadly boating accident. Two mysterious slayings. Drug addiction, stolen money and a botched shooting in an alleged insurance fraud scheme.

    It sounds like someone took a list of sordid elements and stuffed them all into a crime thriller so twisty it could only be fiction.

    But the tortuous tale of the Murdaughs, a prominent South Carolina family with shadowy secrets, is real. And it's far from over.

    The story took a fresh turn this week when investigators arrested patriarch Alex Murdaugh for allegedly hiring a hit man to kill him in a failed attempt to collect millions in life insurance for his surviving son, Buster. This came three months after Murdaugh's wife and other son were gunned down on the family's secluded estate.

    These events led authorities to open investigations into several other mysterious deaths -- dating back years -- with apparent ties to the Murdaughs.

    Now the family's legacy of influence is crumbling and the rural area around Hampton, some 75 miles west of Charleston, is buzzing with theories. The evolving saga has inspired at least one podcast and gripped amateur sleuths around the state -- and the nation.

    "Around coffee shops and barber shops, that's all people have been talking about," said Akim Anastopoulo, a Charleston attorney and former prosecutor who has crossed paths with Alex Murdaugh. "You cannot believe how this thing changes every day. The new information that comes out -- it's amazing because everyone is living this in real time."

    The mystery indeed has a tangled web of characters and events. To unpack it all, we have to go back at least six years.

    A family history of power and connections

    The Murdaughs have long been a potent legal dynasty in this part of the Carolina Lowcountry, a quiet stretch of farms, woods, marshland and small towns that feel far removed from the tourist bustle of Charleston or even Hilton Head, some 60 miles south.

    For nearly a century, the family controlled the local prosecutor's office.

    Beginning in 1920, Randolph Murdaugh Sr. was the first in three generations of solicitors for the 14th Judicial Circuit, which oversees prosecutions in five counties. His son, Randolph Murdaugh Jr., succeeded him in the position for nearly five decades.

    Randolph Murdaugh III -- Alex Murdaugh's dad -- then replaced him and served through 2005, marking 87 consecutive years that the family led prosecutions in the area.

    But even with the family no longer running the prosecutor's office, their connections run deep.

    The Murdaughs, including Alex and his younger brother Randy, have long been partners in a regional law firm with offices in three counties. They have focused mostly on personal injury litigation and have won big settlements for their clients.

    "We're no different than anybody else. We've just been here as attorneys for a long time," Randy Murdaugh told ABC News in June. "I see words like 'dynasty' used, and 'power.' But we're just regular people ..."

    Randolph Murdaugh III died in June at the age of 81 -- three days after his daughter-in-law and grandson were killed.

    A boat crash in the middle of the night

    The Murdaughs' troubles, at least in the eyes of the public, began in February 2019.

    Paul Murdaugh, younger son of Alex Murdaugh, was piloting his father's motorboat with five friends early in the morning of February 24 when it struck a bridge on Archer's Creek, near Parris Island. He was 19 at the time and a student at the University of South Carolina.

    One of his passengers, Mallory Beach, also 19, was tossed from the boat. Her body was found a week later.

    A 911 call was placed from the crash site at roughly 2:30 a.m.

    Three people aboard the boat later told investigators that Paul Murdaugh was driving, although another passenger identified a different person as the driver, according to an affidavit.

    Investigators searching the boat found a cooler full of beer along with empty cans and bottles of alcohol, according to CNN affiliate WJCL.

    Authorities charged Paul Murdaugh with boating under the influence, causing great bodily harm and causing Beach's death.

    He pleaded not guilty and was still awaiting trial when tragedy struck the family again.

    A mother and son killed at the family estate

    On June 7, emergency dispatchers in Colleton County received a 911 call from a distraught Alex Murdaugh.

    He told them he had just arrived at the family's 1,700-acre estate in Islandton, an unincorporated hamlet, to find the bodies of his wife Maggie and son Paul lying on the ground by their dog kennels.

    "It's bad," he said.

    Maggie Murdaugh, 52, had been shot multiple times with a semiautomatic rifle. Paul Murdaugh, by then 22, had been shot at least twice with a shotgun.

    "And are they breathing?" asked the dispatcher.

    "No ma'am," Murdaugh said.

    The gruesome scene pointed to two shooters, leaving some observers wondering if it was connected to the family's legal history. Paul Murdaugh's uncles told ABC News that he had been received threatening messages online since the boating accident.

    Alex Murdaugh, 53, has denied responsibility in the killings, which remain unsolved.

    "My brother loved Maggie and loved Paul like nothing else on this earth..." Randy Murdaugh told ABC News. "So there's no possible way he could have anything to do with this, I can assure you."

    The slayings thrust the family into the national spotlight and have so far baffled police.

    They also brought new scrutiny to two previous deaths.

    A mysterious body on a country road

    In June, as investigators probed the shooting deaths of Alex Murdaugh's wife and son, they made a startling announcement.

    The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) said it was opening an investigation into the death of 19-year-old Stephen Smith, whose body was found July 8, 2015, on a rural road some 8 miles west of the Murdaugh estate.

    At the time, police said Smith had a massive head wound and they believed he'd been struck by a vehicle. No suspect was ever charged.

    Authorities have not revealed what new information led them to reopen the investigation into Smith's death.

    Smith and Buster Murdaugh, 25, were classmates at Wade Hampton High School.

    The Murdaughs have not been accused of wrongdoing in his case, and no evidence has connected the family to Smith's death.

    But Smith's mother told CNN affiliate WCTV in June that she doesn't believe her son was the victim of a hit-and-run.

    Reopening of the investigation was long overdue, Sandy Smith said.

    "We've been waiting on this forever," she told the affiliate. "Stephen's always been put on the back burner. It's like nobody's looking for answers. Stephen's had no justice."

    A bizarre roadside shooting

    Most of the summer passed uneventfully. Then, on September 4, the Murdaugh saga took yet another turn.

    That day Alex Murdaugh called 911 and said he'd been shot in the head by an unidentified man while changing a tire on the side of the road not far from his home.

    A family spokesperson said the family expected Murdaugh to recover and asked for privacy, saying, "The Murdaugh family has suffered through more than any one family could ever imagine."

    But a week later Murdaugh admitted to authorities that he had conspired with the man -- identified by police as Curtis Edward Smith, a former client of Murdaugh -- to kill him as part of an insurance fraud scheme.

    Murdaugh had hoped his surviving son Buster could collect a $10 million life insurance payout, accoding to an affidavit to support charges against Smith.

    Murdaugh wanted to end his life, but believed his life insurance policy had a suicide exclusion, said his attorney, who added that his client wanted to protect his only living child. Murdaugh provided Smith with a firearm and told him to shoot him in the head, the affidavit said.

    Murdaugh also announced he had resigned from his law firm following allegations he had misappropriated funds, and said he was entering rehab for what one of his attorneys later specified was an addiction to opioids.

    "The murders of my wife and son have caused an incredibly difficult time in my life," Murdaugh said in a statement. "I have made a lot of decisions that I truly regret."

    Then the mystery deepened even further.

    A housekeeper's fatal fall

    On Wednesday, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division siad it was opening a criminal probe into the February 2018 death of Gloria Satterfield, a housekeeper who'd spent more than two decades working for the Murdaugh family.

    Satterfield, 57, died at the Murdaugh estate in what was declared at the time as a "Trip and fall accident," according to attorney Eric Bland, who is representing her estate.

    SLED said it is opening the investigation based upon a request from the Hampton County coroner that highlights inconsistencies in the ruling of Satterfield's manner of death, as well as information gathered during other ongoing probes involving Alex Murdaugh.

    The coroner's request said that no autopsy was performed on Satterfield and that "on the death certificate the manner of death was ruled 'Natural,' which is inconsistent with injuries sustained in a trip and fall accident."

    This week, Bland also filed a civil lawsuit alleging Murdaugh proposed the housekeeper's two sons sue him so they could collect their mother's life insurance settlement. Murdaugh then introduced the sons to a fellow attorney to represent them in the lawsuit without disclosing to them that the attorney was a close friend, Bland said.

    Satterfield's sons received a partial settlement of $505,000 but have not seen any of it to date, the lawsuit states.

    CNN has reached out to Murdaugh's attorneys for comment.

    And the twists and turns may be far from over

    Alex Murdaugh has been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, and filing a false police report. His law license has been suspended.

    "It's just such a crazy circumstance of events," said Anastopoulo, the Charleston attorney. "People that know them (the Murdaughs) are extremely shocked that this happened, because he's a well respected attorney."

    Murdaugh was arrested Thursday and appeared in court in handcuffs before being released on bond. The redhead known to friends as "Big Red" looked thinner and grayer than he had in previous family snapshots. At one point he appeared to wipe tears from his eyes.

    In a statement to CNN, his attorneys, Dick Harpootlian and Jim Griffin, said their client "is not without fault." But they blamed his issues on an opioid addiction.

    "These individuals took advantage of his addiction and his ability to pay substantial funds for illegal drugs," the attorneys said. "One of those individuals took advantage of his mental illness and agreed to take Alex's life by shooting him in the head."

    Murdaugh has announced a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the parties responsible for the deaths of his wife and son.

    Meanwhile, the criminal investigations continue on multiple fronts. Reporters are scouring the region for anyone who might have insight into the Murdaughs. And everyone wonders what's coming next.

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    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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