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Alex Murdaugh’s medical records from an alleged failed suicide shooting are released, as his defense attorneys continue to molest an alleged hitman, Curtis “Fast Eddie” Smith, who claimed in national news last week that the South Carolina’s legal descendant was never shot.

12 days after Murdoff appeared in the Hampton County courtroom without any bandages or visible injuries, much speculation has swirled about the alleged roadside Labor Day weekend shooting. These records came to light when Murdog was also arrested and charged in connection with insurance settlement money received after the death of the family’s longtime housekeeper, Gloria Satterfield.

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Murdoff was taken into custody in Orlando, Florida upon his release from a drug rehabilitation facility, on two counts of falsely obtaining property. He was extradited to Richland County, SC, where he was booked on Saturday at the Alvin S. Glen Detention Center.

Alex Murdog housekeeper Gloria Satterfield arrested over insurance settlements

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Two Democratic heavyweight attorneys representing Murdog, Dick Harputlian and Jim Griffin, provided multiple news outlets on Friday with four pages of medical notes from Memorial Health in Savannah, Georgia, documenting Murdaugh’s wounds on Sept. Murdoff initially called 911 on September 4, telling dispatchers he was on his way to the beach, but found a flat tire and was turning flat when someone fired at him from a moving truck. His lawyers claim he was taken to a hospital in Savannah, Georgia and later entered rehab for treatment for an opioid addiction.

Then he changed his story. Murdoff later contacted the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) and admitted that he had allegedly hired his former legal client and alleged drug dealer, Curtis “Fast Eddie” Smith, to shoot him so that his The only surviving son, Buster Murdaugh, was able to collect $10 million. Insurance. Murdoff claims that the suicide plan had failed, and that Smith only grazed her in the head.

“[Alex Murdaugh] has clearly indicated that he is going to try to fix every wrong – financial wrong – and others he has done. Look, he’s reconciled to the fact that he’s going to jail. He understands it. He’s a lawyer,” Harputalian said on Friday. ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “Eddie Smith isn’t telling the truth, and he clearly has reasons not to tell the truth.”

Harputalian reiterated that hospital medical records show Murdog had two bullet wounds to his head, his skull was broken, his brain was bleeding and he was placed in the intensive care unit. Harputlian also doubled down on his claim that Smith was in fact Murdoff’s drug dealer.

Records also showed that Murdoff was high on barbiturates When he arrived at the hospital, he was given a group of drugs known as sedative-hypnotics.

Smith, along with his attorney, Johnny McCoy, appeared on NBC’s “Today” show Thursday. He claimed that he had no prior knowledge of any insurance scheme before he brought his truck to meet Murdog on 4 September. On the side of the road, Smith claimed that Murdoff had told him to shoot, but Smith refused. When Murdoff offered to shoot himself instead, Smith wrestled with him for the gun, which went off.

Smith told “Today” that he was “1,000 percent” certain Murdog had never been shot. In a promotional clip for an interview with CBS’s “48 Hours,” which is set to air in full in a few weeks, Smith again denied that Murdog was shot and said he was a disgraced lawyer. There were no drug dealers.

“He wanted me to kill him,” Smith said during a portion of the interview that aired “CBS Mornings” Sunday. “If I had not taken [taken] Gun, I don’t know what he would have done.”

“Of course, Curtis is like someone else, ‘Are you crazy? What are you doing?'” McCoy added. “No crime was committed.”

If he’s guilty of anything, Smith said it’s “too much to rely on.”

Granthshala Carolina Reported ambulance records show Murdog had sustained bullet injuries in the head and hospital records show Murdaugh had blood pooling under his skin and that he had a ligament fracture. The notes said Murdoff had a wound on the left side of his skull. Barbiturates and opium were found in his system. A medical examiner found Granthshala Carolina Murdoff’s brain bleeding.

The Greenville News It also reported that medical notes showed Murdog was treated for a skull fracture with a wound in his skull, a small subdural hemorrhage and two superficial bullet wounds to the head. Granthshala News Digital reached out to a copy of the record on Sunday.

Alex Murdog involved in South Carolina lockup after Florida arrest: Report

“The public will have to make a determination at this point as to which of the two scenarios is more likely. The scenario presented by Mr. Murdog is that he called my client in a state of suicide and requested that our client shoot him.” . obvious reason and then our client just obliged,” Jarrett Bouchet, one of Smith’s attorneys, told The Greenville News on Friday. “Or in the second scenario let’s assume that in that case he was requesting our client to shoot him, our client refused and turned the gun away from him and at some point the gun went off. I think The latter is infinitely more likely.”

He had begun the second phase of his recovery, completing the first medical detox at a facility in Atlanta, before Murdoff was arrested again last week.

Murdoff had already been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, and filing a false police report in connection with an alleged Sept. His final court appearance was on September 16, when Hampton County Magistrate Judge Tonja Alexander set Murdog’s bond at $20,000, and he was released at his identified, out-of-state rehabilitation facility without GPS monitoring. was allowed to return.

Smith’s bond was set at $55,000 and he was later released as well.

According to two warrants issued Saturday by SLED, Gloria Satterfield, 57, the nanny and housekeeper of the Murdoff family, “fell and hit her head” at Murdaugh’s home on Moseley Road in Islandtown on February 2, 2018. He later went into a stroke, cardiac arrest and died on February 26, 2018. Murdoff coordinated with Satterfield’s family “to sue himself to seek an insurance settlement intended to give the Satterfield family proceeds to pay funeral expenses and monetary compensation for Satterfield’s children.” ,” the affidavit said.

Murdoff recommended that the Satterfield family appoint Corey Fleming of the Moss, Kuhn and Fleming law firm in Beaufort, SC, to represent them. Fleming entered into an initial insurance agreement amounting to $505,000. The warrant says the Satterfield family was never informed of the settlement.

On January 7, 2019, Fleming wrote a check for the amount of $403,500 to “Forge” from an account with his law firm. An affidavit states that Murdoff created and owned a bank account called ‘Forge’ and instructed Fleming to deny the Satterfield family an insurance settlement by converting $403,500 to Mr. Murdoff’s own use. Write him a check.

The affidavit states that Forge Consulting, LLC, is a legitimate company that handles insurance settlements, but is not affiliated with the Satterfield settlement or the account owned by Murdoff. Murdoff titled the “Forge” account as “misrepresentation” in order to hide the misappropriation of the funds in question.

Fleming brokered an additional insurance settlement amounting to approximately $4,305,000. A settlement agreement stipulated that $2,765,000 was designated for the Satterfield family. But the Satterfield family was never again informed of the settlements or received any income, the affidavit said. The settlement agreement was not properly filed in the court records.

On May 13, 2019, Fleming again wrote a check for “Forge” in the amount of $2,961,911.95.

Fleming, who was also Murdaugh’s former college roommate and godfather of his son Paul Murdog, suspended his law license to handle the case. Murdoff is reportedly believed to be a person of interest in the June 7 murders of his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul, after the two were found shot dead at the family’s hunting property in Colton County. No one has been arrested in connection with the unsolved double murder.