Who Killed Christine Diefenbach? w/ Attorney Michelle Kaszuba


Many thanks to this week’s guest,  Michelle Kaszuba, who works for the Financial Crimes and Money Laundering Bureau of the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office and belongs to a specialized unit that investigates wrongful convictions and claims of innocence.

She joined me to discuss the murder of Christine Diefenbach in 1988.

The case remains unsolved and this is Michelle’s “Passion Case”.

“According to reports the murder happened on a Sunday morning. Christine left her home on 125th Street around 7:30 a.m. She was walking to a corner store to buy the Sunday paper and a gallon of milk.”

“NYPD officials say the evidence into 14-year-old Christine Diefenbach’s killing in Richmond Hill is being examined, but would not identify exactly what it is”. 2/9/19






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