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I love anything to do with law and this case is exciting so far. Really makes you want to listen to more.
The first season is a solid, if somewhat predictible, season of podcasts.
This is probably the most evocative podcast that I listen to. I feel sadness for Mr Flowers and his family and utter contempt for the apparent conspiracy of a man determined to get his own way and using the legal system as his tool of malice. I do hope that Mr. Flowers gets his first real day in court with all of the evidence presented in this podcast arrayed before an unbiased jury of his true peers and a judge that is not a ‘good o’l boy’.
every time the music begins and madeline starts her, “this is season 2 of in the dark...” i get waves and waves of goosebumps. this story is one that needs to be told and you guys have done such a great job of telling it.
this whole story has left me with a broken heart.
I liked the first season of this podcast. In Season 2 though, the bias is so thick one could cut it with a knife. Furthermore, this podcaster is doing everything in her power to frame this case as black vs white ... which I fear is strengthening racism as she interviews people surrounding the case. I wonder if she doesn't see that this practice is counter-productive to getting at the truth regarding these murders. Many African Americans testified against the convicted person at his trial(s) ... but after speaking with this podcaster, it is suddenly a "them vs us" situation. Once a witness buys into that kind of thinking, the central issue becomes racism instead of who killed the unfortunate victims in the furniture store. If this woman wants to fight against racism, more power to her ... but it is a mistake to suggest that a black man can't be guilty of murder ... that he must have been framed ... just because this case happens to have occurred in Mississippi. EDIT: I lowered my rating to a single star. I wish I could write a review without even granting that. As this season went on, it became more and more clear that this podcaster has absolutely no interest in the truth of this case. She is pandering to the unfortunate souls with good intentions who cannot separate the shadow of a doubt from reasonable doubt ... the people who could never convict anyone.
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Superb quality, superb research, superb broadcasting! Wonderful reality - the episode on solitary confinement had me in a full on claustrophobic event, each episode left me angry and incredulous! Listen to this as important investigative journalism...Enjoy this for the wonderful production
Sincerely Sara Beth
I enjoyed both seasons 1 and 2. The amount of research and work show true passion for the entire reporting team. Madeleine, you did such a wonderful job, you are truly an advocate. Looking forward to future works, and also, validation for Mr. Flowers.
The authors immaturity shines through. She wants to tell a story about police being inept and does it by piggybacking on top of a story about the abduction and murder of a small boy.
A tour-de-force. Chilling, thought provoking, compelling and puts SERIAL to shame.
I am enjoying this podcast! I have an investigative mind so I am living vicariously through the reporter who is doing an amazing job. I do have a question about the bat mobile. It seems obvious to me, even more so then asking Jacob if it is his Batmobile, that police should have ruled out whether he even has a sister and whether he is an uncle. Was this investigated?
This is the first time I've been moved to donate money to a podcast. The stories at the centre of both series are heartbreaking in their own ways, but the investigations are thorough, compassionate and important. This is outstanding journalism.
Seasons 1 & 2 are feature excellent investigative reporting that sheds light on the pitfalls of the American justice system whilst also breaking new ground on cold cases. A must listen for those interested in crime reporting.
Must listen, both for the quality of the journalism and the importance of the story. Share it with a friend. More people need to hear about the behaviour of the DA Doug Evans. By listening you’ll be helping to shine a light of scrutiny into a dark pocket of the US justice system.
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I really liked the stye of both seasons. It felt like this podcast focused on the human cost of two extreme types of terrible flawed investigations. Season one is the cost of a bungled investigation that might have been able to prevent tragedy. Season two is also a bungled investigation, but of a different sort; a DA with an apparent vendetta absolutely set on seeing one person convicted, going to whatever lengths necessary. It is an exploration of the racial policitics of 1990s Mississipi and provides context for the history and experience of those in the area. I binged both seasons over a weekend. Utterly compelling, brilliant journalism. This is a different type of true crime podcast than fixating on gory details. The level of research and thought put into each episode is stunning.
You must listen to this. Very well investigated.
Fantastic and disturbing investigative journalism. Well done. Looking forward to the next season.
Excellent storytelling and high production quality. This is an addictive podcast.
Compelling and very genuine, doesn't try to be more than it is
Jenny in Oz
Well written and researched cold case. It is one of the best true crime podcasts around.
This podcast has grown so much between season 1 to season 2. It follows such an interesting plot line and is great for my commute to work. Highly recommend if you enjoyed any of Serial’s seasons. GB
Little Miss Boo
One of the best podcasts I have ever listened to. Gripping, urgent, thorough and clear. A total privilege to listen to. GB
Thank you Madeleine for your integrity, your hard work and using all your journalistic skills for the good. Maybe God is finally on Curtis’ side indeed, poor man heaven knows he needs that ray of hope. I sincerely hope he comes out of this nightmare soon. Your hard work, Madeleine and your team, sound like it will have put him on his way, anyway, and you can be proud of having done your best. It has been a riveting series, I can’t wait for the next one. GB
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