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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 12 is a grizzly 2006 triple homicide, that occurred in Pinyon Pines, California. Three innocent people lost their lives, and many believe that Robert Pape and Cristin Smith were wrongfully convicted of the murders. Join the investigation, and together we'll find the truth!
 
Hosted by celebrated criminal justice reform advocate and founding board member of the Innocence Project Jason Flom, Wrongful Conviction features intimate conversations with men and women who have spent years in prison for crimes they maintain they did not commit. Some have been fully exonerated and reunited with family and friends while others continue to languish, with some even facing execution on death row. Each episode peels back the layers behind the stories of those who have found the ...
 
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Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments Media LLC

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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
In the winter of 1960 three women were found brutally murdered in a cave at the Starved Rock State Park. After months of dead ends, a manhunt ensued that ultimately pinned the crime on a 21-year-old dishwasher at the Starved Rock State Park Lodge, Chester Weger. In spite of contradictory physical evidence and under immense pressure from the police, Chester confessed to the crime. He has spent the last 60 years in prison, maintaining his innocence to this day. Join Andy Hale, a civil rights a ...
 
Miss Heard Song Lyrics is a podcast lovingly dedicated to all of us who have ever sung along to our favorite jam with such conviction not realizing we are totally singing the wrong words. Hosted by me Miss Heard (aka Melody), I will share famous songs that have been sung incorrectly through the years and have guests from time to time stop by to share their cringe worthy song moments proudly on this podcast. And if we are lucky, have songwriters share their inspiration and backstory of these ...
 
Crime is so commonplace that it takes something particularly shocking to be labelled the “crime of the century.” Even so, there are a lot of cases that have earned the distinction. In each episode of Crimes of the Centuries, award-winning journalist Amber Hunt will examine a case that’s lesser known today but was huge when it happened. The cases explored span the centuries and each left a mark. Some made history by changing laws. Others were so shocking they changed society.
 
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In Justice

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Spencer Daniels & Lisa Spees

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From Crawlspace Media and the team behind Death by Incarceration, comes In Justice, an advocacy-focused wrongful conviction podcast hosted and produced by Lisa Spees and Spencer Daniels. With Lisa's years of experience in the advocacy field, she provides credibility. Spencer attempts to steer the conversation without terribly offending everyone. follow us on instagram @injusticepod follow us on tiktok @injusticepod follow us on Twitter @injustice_pod follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/in ...
 
The Fall Line is a deep-dive true-crime podcast focused on missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified persons whose cold cases have gotten little—if any—media attention. Through narrative storytelling, primary and archival research, and expert and family interviews, The Fall Line introduces listeners to victims and survivors they’ve never heard of. . . and explores the reasons why their cases were ignored in the first place.
 
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These are sermons from RUF at UVa's Large Group meeting. RUF at UVa is a community of students seeking to learn how to love God, how to love others, and how to love this world. And yet, we are bound by the even deeper conviction that God actually loves us, that He loves our neighbors, and that He loves this world. This conviction is rooted in the person of Jesus Christ, who is the revelation of God's love and intentions for His creation. So, whether you are committed to, cynical toward, or c ...
 
Why was mild-mannered, middle aged Sue Neill-Fraser convicted of murdering her partner Bob Chappell on their yacht in January 2009? It was a circumstantial case – no body, no witnesses, no weapon and no confession. Sue has always maintained her innocence and is now in her 13th year of a 23 year sentence in a Tasmanian prison. Psychologist and film producer Eve Ash jumped in at the deep end and has meticulously dissected this case for 12 years in a search for the truth. When Eve was joined by ...
 
A true crime podcast. A tale of hidden evidence, unintended consequences and a wrongful conviction. Season One of Aggravating Circumstances tells the story of Destry Cord McKinney a musician, studio producer, combat medic and father. This is a continuing story so be sure to start with episode one. Season Two is the stabbing of Elisha Baxter, Season Three is The Conspiracy to Convict Tommy Hall. See more at https://aggravatingcircumstances.com/
 
You’ve heard of the wrongfully convicted being exonerated of their crimes, but what does it take to get there? Record of Wrong is a KARE 11 podcast that delves deep into the world of the criminal justice system, from the perspective of the people appealing their convictions. This six-part series hosted by KARE 11's Emily Haavik examines the towering obstacles to prove innocence after conviction, and the burden those people carry long after they have been freed. New episodes are released on T ...
 
Who really killed Effie? The daycare owner and mother of two was shot to death just outside of her apartment in 1989. A man was arrested and spent 16 years in prison for the crime. But Effie’s daughter, Pooneh Gray, is convinced that police got the wrong man. She’s spent 31 years and over $1 million tailing the people she believes organized a hit on her mother. And now, her team of lawyers, private investigators and forensics experts - bolstered by recent advancements in DNA technology - are ...
 
The Let’s Go To Court podcast brings together two of the greatest legal minds of our time. Just kidding. We’re your hosts Brandi Egan and Kristin Caruso. What we lack in legal training we more than make up for in being completely obsessed with lawsuits. Every week, we discuss two juicy legal battles. Each episode is peppered with Brandi’s booming laugh and Kristin’s Olympic-level talent for putting the word “so” into every sentence. The podcast started in 2018, but we’ve been having these co ...
 
The Innocence Project London (IPL) was established in 2010, it became a registered charity in 2020. Law and criminology students review and investigate cases of convicted individuals who have maintained their innocence but have exhausted the criminal appeals process, with the aim of submitting application to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) .
 
Who really killed Michael Jordan’s father? Follow the Truth is a true crime podcast re-investigating the murder of Michael Jordan’s dad, James R. Jordan Sr. The two men convicted, Larry Demery and Daniel Andre Green tell conflicting stories of what happened the night of the James Jordan murder. Daniel Green has served nearly three decades in a North Carolina prison maintaining his innocence in the killing. Veteran crime reporter Amanda Lamb questions the evidence, and explores whether this i ...
 
This is the story of the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey. When Brendan Dassey uttered “I’m really stupid Mum, I can’t help it” this was not the failure of a vulnerable teenager but the exposure of the systemic failings of Wisconsin's criminal justice system. This season join me as I step back into Manitowoc 2005 and explore and re-examine the factors at the heart of this profound miscarriage of justice.
 
This podcast is about the injustice bestowed upon Latour, a man wrongfully convicted of crimes he did not commit. And in that wrongful conviction resulted in an illegally enhanced sentence of life imprisonment and a 40 year sentence on top of that. Scant evidence, back channel deals, and false testimony all contributed to this injustice and more. These are calls from within the walls of a Texas State Prison as well as calls with those who know Latour and professional interviews.
 
Choppin' It Up With Jimmie C. is a dynamic podcast where we cover everything from sports and resiliency to mental health and integrity. We tackle social justice and human rights issues from a perspective you've never heard before. Jimmie C. Gardner was playing for a Chicago Cubs minor league team when he was falsely accused of heinous crimes and sentenced to 110 years in prison. During the 27 years he fought for his freedom before his exoneration, he prayed for the opportunity to have the mi ...
 
Ever wish your friends were as into true crime as you are? Stephanie and Olivia from the popular True Crime Society social media accounts are ready to tap in as your true crime besties and guide you through the latest cases taking the internet by storm. Listen in as they breakdown timelines and go over the most popular (and sometimes ridiculous) theories.
 
Former police officers Mike The Cop and Eric Tansey recount their crazy stories on patrol, break down the top stories of the week behind the badge, and tell you why we shouldn’t defund the police... because they’re retired and can say whatever the hell they want.
 
Second Chance is a podcast series that explores the theme of second chance. It raises the questions who deserves a second chance, who decides who gets a second chance and what a second chance actually means. On this podcast we speak to people from all walks of life about their experiences, some who have been given a second chance in life, some who might be considered to be beyond deserving a second chance. The host of the podcast series is Raphael Rowe, host of the critically acclaimed serie ...
 
#RolandMartinUnfiltered is a daily show broadcast from Washington, DC, that will focus on news, politics, culture, entertainment, social justice, sports, education, business, and finance. If it’s important to you, we will cover it. You will be treated to some of the top minds in education, public policy, and academia, discussing the news of the day and why it matters to us. Visit http://rolandmartinunfiltered.com for more information and to join the #BringTheFunk Fan Club. Your support is vi ...
 
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You've probably heard of the controversial Reid interrogation technique designed to extract confessions from suspects, but did you know that the case that put that technique on the map actually elicited a wrongful confession? Rabia Chaudry, co-host of the true crime podcast Undisclosed, helps tell the story of Darrel Parker's 1956 conviction in the…
 
On August 28, 1997, Brian was staying overnight at his girlfriend’s house with his cousin, girlfriend, and girlfriend’s sister in West Philadelphia, PA. 45 minutes away, restaurant owner Gus Boulias was killed in his home. A detective, relying on the questionable analysis of a partial fingerprint, decided that Brian was the killer. Even though the …
 
We’ve got a theme! …. A weird, totally accidental theme! This week, we’re talking about wrongfully convicted people who also happen to have the last name Brown. Brandi starts us off with the story of Sabina Kulakowski, a social worker who was discovered dead near her home. Her home had been set on fire and Sabina had been stabbed, bitten and strang…
 
You may have seen media articles recently about Melissa Lucio – the first ever Hispanic woman to be sentenced to death in Texas. Melissa was due to be executed in April 2022 and she was granted a stay of execution just days before her scheduled death. Melissa is a mother of 14 children. She was convicted of murdering her 2 year-old daughter Mariah …
 
5.5.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Mason, Tenn. & Comptroller Deal, 1st Black WH Press Secy, $7.5M Wrongful Conviction Settlement Karine Jean-Pierre will replace Jen Psaki, becoming the first Black woman to serve as White House Press Secretary. There's a settlement between Mason, Tennessee leaders, and state officials preventing the takeover of the …
 
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Host Terri Wilke will speak with Latahra Smith of KC Freedom Project and Keith Carnes, who was recently released after more than 18 years of wrongful incarceration. Keith Carnes was never a criminal and prison did not turn him into a criminal. I hope you will hear his message, grateful that he now has a chance […] The post TALK TRUTH TO POWER AND B…
 
In today's Off the Cuff, Mike the Cop and Dave (He Big Daddy D) discuss current law enforcement news, including: New York Supreme Court reinstating a ban on so-called "chokeholds", a corrections officer looking at 18 years in prison, a slow speed Amish chase, and a police chief passed out in a puddle of his own piss pleading not guilty to drunk dri…
 
Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-8255 SAMHSA Hotline 1-800-662-4357 The Jury Room Links https://www.patreon.com/juryroompodcast https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Juryroompodcast https://linktr.ee/juryroompodcast Show Notes: The history of heroin shows just another example of the pharmaceutical industry taking advantage of the unsuspecting customer. Heroin h…
 
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Mike the Cop and Eric Tansey sit down with Keelin Darby to discuss the case of her husband, Ben Darby. Officer Darby of the Huntsville, Alabama police department responded to a suicide-by cop scenario on April 3, 2018. Ultimately, Officer Darby shot and killed the man, with two other officers on scene as well as another female in the home (a potent…
 
When a group of 3 girls go for a last minute shopping trip right before christmas, nobody could have predicted they would never come home. With presents in the car and confirmed sightings in the shopping centre, we know they got there, but why didn't they ever come home?Today we discuss the disappearance of Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson and Julie Ann…
 
The 5th Circuit has never been in the top 10 circuits in terms of not being insane, but now it has gone even more off the rails. Andrew takes us through the deep dive on a terrible decision that will decimate the SEC's ability to do anything, and why the logic will be applied elsewhere. Before that, a quick update on how much Elon Musk sucks and ha…
 
Tune in and listen to Lamont Banks and Co-Hosts of A Just Cause, a nonprofit, social justice organization discuss part 9, of the breaking news in the Colorado case. Please feel free to dial in and share your thoughts on tonight's topic. A Just Cause is also currently campaigning for the exoneration of the remaining "FreeTheIRP5", who were wrongly i…
 
Tansey and Overpaid Producer give you all the culture you need to not sound like a robot cop this weekend. This week: Britney breaks the news on losing her miracle baby and frolics topless on the beach, the world decides that you can't make your own baby formula, Sports Illustrated got woke with it's first plus size asian model (no MSG!), Melinda F…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Winston and I put together another mini-series covering mass shooters in Oregon - more specifically, school shooters in Oregon. We advise caution when listening to this episode as it could be triggering for some. This episode covers the 2015 Umpqua Community College shooting. We've decided not to mention the na…
 
In December 2012, fear spread through New York City after two men were pushed in front of subway trains. Sunando Sen was in NYC earning a Ph.D. in Economics while running a print shop and doing humanitarian work to support fellow Hindus. He was on his way into Manhattan when a stranger pushed him to his death. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/badac…
 
Ian Bremmer, founder and president of Eurasia Group, has long been one of the most trusted voices on global affairs in the 21st century. Preet speaks with Bremmer about his new book, The Power of Crisis: How Three Threats — and Our Response — Will Change the World. They also discuss the intensifying competition between the U.S. and China, and why B…
 
In a criminal trial in the United States, the courts require that the jury find the accused to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. It is the highest standard in the courts for evidence. In the case of Chester Weger, can anyone who knows the facts of the case, in good conscience, say that they believe he committed these murders beyond all reasonabl…
 
On April 29, 2022, Vicky White made a decision that would alter the course of her life. Nothing would ever be the same. Early that morning, Vicky put a long-thought out plan into motion. She was ready. She told her colleagues at the Lauderdale County Detention Center that she was transporting inmate Casey Cole White to a mental health evaluation. S…
 
On April 19, 1986, the body of a 28 year old woman was found in her bedroom in Garland, Texas. She had been tied, gagged, raped and shot three times. Clay Chabot, a friend of the victim's husband, became the main suspect after voluntarily providing information to the police about his brother-in-law, Gerald Pabst, who had visited the victim's home o…
 
Mike the Cop and Eric Tansey are joined by Chris from Thrash-n-Raid to discuss our too many stories of situations where we found ourselves going "commando" whether by choice or by force. Why? Because we can and it's NIGHTSHIFT BABY! Be sure to tell a friend about the show and drop that rating/review! Wolfpack ASSEMBLE!!SUBSCRIBE TO THE YOUTUBE CHAN…
 
Sarah Turney is the sister of Alissa Turney, an advocate, creator--host of Voices for Justice and Disappearances--and one of the fiercest voices pushing for radical change in true-crime media. Sarah knows what needs to shift--she saw the worst of true-crime “entertainment” and media attention, and the lack of it, when her sister disappeared in 2001…
 
Miss Heard shares a misheard song lyric from TLC’s R&B song “Waterfalls”. You will also learn more about the reason they didn’t make money and how they are connected to singer Pebbles, Cee Loo Green, and possibly Paul McCartney. They songs are as most say the blueprint to all girl groups like Destiny’s Child. You can listen to all our episodes at o…
 
Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-8255 SAMHSA Hotline 1-800-662-4357 The Jury Room Links https://www.patreon.com/juryroompodcast https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Juryroompodcast https://linktr.ee/juryroompodcast Intro and Outro: Cause Of Death - 100 Seconds to Midnight Twitter Guest: Melissa Show Notes: Melissa's story is one of hope. She was able to kick d…
 
Over the weekend, a white gunman carried out a racist attack at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing ten people and injuring three others. The majority of the victims were Black. In this sample from the CAFE Insider podcast, Preet and Joyce discuss the possibility that federal prosecutors bring hate crime charges against the shooter. In the …
 
By popular demand, we old out of touch guys have invited Ace Associate and Poplaw Expert Morgan Stringer on to explain to us just what in the h is happening in the Depp v. Heard lawsuit. Who is suing whom and for what? Can we take what we're seeing on TikTok at face value? Also who is Amber Heard? All these answers and more(gan)!…
 
Mike the Cop and He Big Daddy D patrol the internet and bring you the best in law enforcement news. Mike has severe audio problems but powers through to cover stories like a cop in California pulling out his privates in front of the homeowners on a call and getting locked up; a stupid criminal trying to steal guns from a concealed carry class in Ve…
 
With the issue of slavery dividing America in the early 1800s, Patty Cannon told neighbors curious about the Black people they spotted secreted across her property that she was helping them escape into freedom. In reality, she was leader of a gang that kidnapped free Black people -- often children -- from the streets, forged ownership papers and so…
 
On December 5, 1998, a 14 year old Mike Politte woke up to find his Mineral Point, MO home filled with smoke. When he checked on his mom, he found her on the floor – on fire. After days of interrogations, investigators decided that Mike had been grieving incorrectly and that he must have been the perpetrator. Despite evidence pointing to other rela…
 
In this episode, Bob goes through the autopsy reports, which are...pretty short, for lack of a better word. However, they do give us a slightly better idea of the damage sustained to the bodies in the fire. As always, you can go to our website, truthjusticepod.com, for photos, documents, and more info. Want to support the show? Join our Patreon! Se…
 
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Even though the murders at Starved Rock took place over six decades ago the anger, frustrations, fear, grief and guilt experienced by all of the people involved feel as palpable today as they did in 1960. Three women lost their lives, one man went to prison for sixty years, children lost parents, parents lost their children, and countless other sou…
 
On today's Failure to Stop, Mike the Cop and Eric Tansey breakdown what the established facts are about Hunter Biden's infamous laptop. They also discuss nepotism at the highest levels and see how this compares. Don't just trust Fox News Channel (FNC) but be willing to give schmucks like us a chance from the drinkin bros network a chance to share w…
 
Jason Miles joins host Craig Lubow to discuss programs to help inmates readjust while in prison and post-release. Jason is a board member for Reaching Out From Within. Reaching Out From Within (ROFW) was established in 1982 in Kansas as an incarcerated-led program that empowers residents to transform themselves and heal each other. ROFW is […] The …
 
DISCLAIMER: We apologise for the audio quality in this episode, it is a little dicey at times. We are afraid Bee has decided to move to the country and become a farmer so her internet is a little hit and miss. Please bare with us as we work out when the best time of day to record is! When Hannah Upp moved to St Thomas on the Virgin Islands she foun…
 
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