Bruce Cucchiara, who was murdered in a New Orleans East subdivision on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 and whose murder remains unsolved.
On Tuesday, April 24, 2012, Bruce Cucchiara was murdered. Recently, John Lordan, who founded BrainScratch, as part of the New Orleans Crime Con convention from June 7 – 9, 2019 obtained a packet of material entailing the murder.
Lordan, who admits he allowed the packet to lie around for a few weeks, then researched the material, and the final result was an incredibly deep and very professionally designed, three-part investigative video series on the murder.
We’re about to supply all three videos which we readily admit that, upon us seeing the first few minutes of the first one, we immediately binge watched! We found them that fascinating.
In addition to the embedded videos, we’re also going to provide the links for the YouTube videos themselves beneath the videos. We’re doing so to provide our subscribers and/or casual visitors to this feature the opportunity to read and/or contribute to the abundance of YouTube comments associated with these videos. Lordan readily admits they have been “very helpful” in his subsequent segments, and he readily admits there may be another episode soon.
The videos provide incredible details of the murder and examine the possibilities of what may have happened, to include everything from a random robbery to other potential possibilities. We think you’ll find this in-depth series very fascinating:
Part 1 (direct YouTube link)
Part 2 (direct YouTube link)
Part 3 (direct YouTube link)
If you have information on the murder of Bruce Cucchiara, please contact the New Orleans Police Department at 504-658-5300 or 504-821-2222. To remain anonymous and be eligible for a $40,000 reward, please visit: Justice for Bruce.
To remain anonymous and be eligible for a $2,500 reward, please contact CrimeStoppers at 504-822-1111 or toll-free at 877-903-7867. Website: CrimeStoppers – Bruce Cucchiara
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