Private investigators release podcasts of their Sheena Morris inquiry
BRADENTON BEACH — Kelly Osborn is still seeking justice for her daughter, Sheena Morris, eight years after her death.
A series of law enforcement investigations, which all concluded that Morris hung herself in a Bradenton Beach hotel room on New Years Day 2009, has not diminished Osborn’s belief that her 22-year-old daughter was murdered, or her commitment to finding the person responsible.
Now, the controversial case is receiving additional national scrutiny.
Sal Rastrelli and Ira Robins, private investigators known as the “Archangels of Justice,” have created a series of podcasts that highlight the findings of their investigation into Morris’ death.
Three podcasts have already been released. Three more are planned.
Rastrelli and Robins investigate murders misclassified as suicides, police corruption and wrongful imprisonment.
The two detectives have more than 85 years of combined investigative experience between them.
Rastrelli, a former Martin County
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