'Culpable' podcast producers offer substantial reward and plea to the US DOJ
Two major developments in the controversy surrounding the 2014 death of Christian Andreacchio tonight. The producers of “Culpable”, the recent podcast that gained national attention with its own investigation into this story, have come forward with a substantial reward and a plea to the United States Department of Justice.
“The producers of ‘Culpable’, Black Mountain Media and Tenderfoot TV are offering a reward, of up to $100,000 for information that leads to an arrest”
To encourage anyone with information regarding Christian Andreacchio’s case to come forward, Tenderfoot TV and Black Mountain Media are offering a $50,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest and an additional $50,000 reward for any information leading to a conviction.
In addition to the $100,000 reward, Black Mountain Media and Tenderfoot TV have written to the US Department of Justice to ask that it open a criminal investigation into the City of Meridian, MS including the police department and any current or former city officials.
“This is a letter to the US Department of Justice… To whom it may concern, in order to restore public trust and assure the citizens of Mississippi that both their local and state law enforcement indeed do their due diligence to serve and protect citizens from harm and injustice. We implore you to consider opening a criminal investigation into the City of Meridian, including the Meridian Police Department and any current or former city officials.”
All tips should be sent through the Culpable Podcast website: www.culpablepodcast.com/reward or please call (470) 300-4915.