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EP 09 | William Miller Suppression Hearing: Rebekah Gould Case

This is the ninth episode in a podcast series following the investigation into the murder of Rebekah Gould. Start with episode 01.

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After months of delays, William Miller, who is charged with first degree murder in the death of Rebekah Gould, finally made an appearance in court for a suppression hearing which began on August 24 in Melbourne, Arkansas. During the three-day hearing, Miller’s lawyers argued that his confessions should be ruled inadmissible.

This proceeding revealed much new and insightful information!

(L to R): Karen Looney, George Jared and Dianna Cox attended all three days of William Miller’s suppression hearing. Listen to the episode to hear what details they shared about each day’s proceedings. Image provided by and used with permission: George Jared.

George Jared and two local Melbourne residents and friends of the podcast, Karen Looney and Dianna Cox, attended all three days of the suppression hearing. In this episode, listeners will hear their conversations with Jen Bucholtz, where they fill her in with the details about each day’s proceedings.

Listen to the episode to learn what was revealed in court including some of Miller’s activities surrounding the days of the murder, new and previously undisclosed details about the murder, insight from Miller’s polygraph and confession video, and much, much more.


If you’d like to be a part of the effort and follow along, join the Facebook group dedicated to getting justice for Rebekah, Unsolved Murder of Rebekah Gould.


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You can also read Jen’s 11-part article series with more details about the case.

Jennifer Bucholtz

Jennifer Bucholtz is a former U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent and a decorated veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. She holds a bachelor of science in criminal justice, a master of arts in criminal justice and a master of science in forensic sciences. Bucholtz has an extensive background in U.S. military and Department of Defense counterintelligence operations. Bucholtz has also worked for the Arizona Department of Corrections and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York City. She is currently an adjunct faculty member and teaches courses in criminal justice and forensic sciences. Additionally, she is a sworn civilian investigator for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Department and host of AMU’s investigative podcast Break the Case. You can contact her at

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