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This podcast is very well researched and the pacing and way they set up their cases and display their findings are both convincing and interesting. I’m really impressed with the whole team behind this podcast!
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The best podcast. It is compelling and intelligent and uncovers outrageous truths you are not aware of. When Madeline Baran and her team decide to do a story about Curtis Flowers, who’s been tried six times for the same crime in a little town in Mississippi, based on garbage evidence, they move to the town for a year and start digging. Who else reports like that? They are patient and persistent. Some of the facts and quotes they capture will change the way you look at law enforcement and our judicial system.
I felt she did a good enough job on the Wetterling story but she pauses in so many places that her sentences end up so choppy. No real phrasing, as it should be. Quite a distraction for me. Plus, this seemed to be a police-bashing podcast, which was a negative for me.
I’ve listened to a lot of investigative podcasts and this one was very well done. She reported fairly and objectively in a community that has some very antiquated feelings about people who are not white. Race should not have been an issue in this case but it has been. It needs to be looked at and judged with fresh eyes, the past ones hold too many of their own skewed perspectives. Curtis will never be judged fairly if he doesn’t get a new judge or DA
Absolutely outstanding. Meticulously researched. Thoughtfully presented. Thrilling and infuriating. Can’t recommend enough.
Excellent journalism, told objectively and professionally.
Season 1 Review: This isn’t a mystery whodunit podcast, it’s more like a 9 page long form journalistic article in Time magazine where the first 2 pages are gripping, the next 2 are interesting, and the rest is about policy and unrelated side stories. It’s clear they did a lot of research, but they burned all their content in the first 3 episodes and the rest is only barely related. Most of the 5 star reviews are from people that only listened to the first few before reviewing, and to be clear, those episodes are REALLY good. However, there’s no “mystery” in this podcast, they tell you who the abductor is almost right away, so you’re only sticking around for the details. By episode 4 or 5 they’ve run out of details and I started to wonder why I was still listening. There’s a better podcast to be had here from all the media they collected, maybe one day somebody else will do it. Pro Tip: listen to the first 4 and the final episode, and skip the whole middle. Edit: in September of 2018 they released an Update episode that’s pretty good, so listen to that, but I would skip the first Update about the sentencing which is mostly a recap and final conclusion to the outcome you already knew was coming, so there isn’t any real information.
This starts off sounding like an admittedly anti-cop dive into a cold case and turns into a disturbing essay on the persecution of child predators. Yes, for real. So if you or someone you know is a sex offender, you've come to the right place. First the podcaster rehashes the victories of her hero, a habitual abuser who assaulted boys for years. She revels in his victory over the cops, portrayed in self-righteous hindsight as moronic, as every predator enjoys. Then, after getting multiple victims to share their experiences for the listening pedofile's pleasure, she finally gets to her true cause. The unfair, damaging treatment pedofiles: making them register and live away from areas where children gather. Though most are repeat offenders, including the star of her show, she highlights how yes, these abusers have hurt children in ways that impact the rest of their lives. But how unfair is it that pedofiles' consequences last as long as their victims? Yes, for real.
Sad story but great listen!!
The hard, necessary questions are being asked in this podcast. It gripped me from the start.
Another great true crime podcast! Amazingly researched and reported!
This was the first true crime podcast I’ve ever listened to and the standard has been set high! It’s so intriguing, in depth and informative, I was gripped the entire two seasons! It made be sad, angry, happy, emotional all in the same episode. Highly recommend.
One of the best and most thoroughly investigated true crime podcasts there is!
Highly addictive podcast and intriguing case.
There are no aliens in Area 51, only Chuck Norris' children.
Definitely worth subscribing too. Might make you upset at what can happen when the justice system relies on flawed investigations, prejudice or individuals more interested in defending their position than in getting things right.
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.
Excellent reporting and very well edited but as a Mum, I just can't listen to the whole thing. It's too painful. Congratulations on making a great piece of work
Thanks for telling the story, very well delivered.
This podcast starts off strongly with its compelling story and heartbreaking subject. Unfortunately it degenerates into a speculative, opinion piece that focuses on the mistakes of law enforcement more than the criminals who commit these horrific crimes.
I recommend listening to season 1! It’s a genuinely excellent, thought provoking dissection of an awful crime and tragic aftermath. Unfortunately I would avoid Season 2. It has descended into a ‘Serial’ style parody of so called investigative journalism. GB
Clearly a lot of work has gone into this podcast but I find it quite boring and it’s not as groundbreaking as the presenters seem to think it is. The case is complex and happened decades ago, so no wonder the witnesses now give different accounts. It feels too late to legitimately pull the case apart. I’m not convinced by the presenter’s credibility, she sounds a bit immature for the topic. GB
Season 2 is so good, they uncover so much new info. Told in a very interesting way which is very easy to follow. Can’t wait to see what will be next. Good job guys! GB
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