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Monday Crime Stories: Subway sandwich pervy pitchman Jared Fogle claims he was tricked into guilty plea on child porn

PLUS: Hart family careens over cliff to their death…was it intentional?


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Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle wants out of prison early, claiming federal prosecutors tricked him into pleading guilty to child pornography charges. Nancy Graces re-examines Fogle’s case with Chicago psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders, crime scene investigator Sheryl McCollum, Heavy.com reporter Jennifer Dzikowski, and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.

Also read: Ex-Subway pitchman Jared Fogle says judge on child porn case is biased because she has teen daughters

Investigators still don’t know why a SUV filled with members of a Washington State family plunged off a California cliff on March 26, or how many of the Hart family’s six adopted children were inside the vehicle. Grace sorts through the evidence with Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner, Atlanta Juvenile Judge Ashley Willcott — creator of ChildCrimeWatch.com, and Crime Stories contributing reporter Ninette Sosa.

Also read: Did Jennifer Hart plan to kill her family? A look back at allegations that followed mothers found dead with adopted children in fatal SUV plunge

“Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” is a national radio show, heard on SiriusXM’s Triumph Channel 132, five times a day. You can also subscribe and download the daily podcasts at iTunes and Google Play.

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Featured Image: Jared Fogle, left, “the SUBWAY guy” prepares a BBQ Pulled Pork Sub at the SUBWAY restaurant in Tuscaloosa, AL, on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. SUBWAY made a $10,000 donation to the West Alabama Food Bank during Jared’s visit. The chain recently introduced a new BBQ Pulled Pork sub, and the funds will help feed victims of tornadoes in the region, one of the original homes of BBQ. Gary Tramontina AP Images for SUBWAY Restaurants