DA Clark tries to sabotage Richard Rosario's innocence claim, despite 13 alibi's placing him in Florida, by refusing to say that he is actually innocent, instead ...
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But when the story ends there are unrelated episodes appearing in this feed that have nothing to do with the 13 Alibis story. I thought they were new episodes but they aren't.
I loved this podcast and it broke my heart that he had to spend all those years in prison and had such a botched investigation. However the most recent episode really bothers me, these people killed someone and want to get out and have a life, I’m sorry you took a life that never got a chance to have a life I don’t care how old you were when you did it, that person never got to live and you think you deserve to have a life?!
This was very interesting well told with shocking revelations about our justice system. It definitely sheds light on the need for change.
This story took place over many years and the reporter spent a ton of time with the family, but reduced it to less than a 2 hour podcast. I think it deserved more time.
This podcast is riveting! Terrific investigation! Sad story of injustice! The people who convicted him should have heavy hearts full of guilt! Richard deserves to be compensated for 20+ years of his life that were lost due to incompetence! Ugh!!
I want more!!!!
Loved this series. So well done and intriguing (and sad). Do more!!
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An amazing quest for the truth. The fact this man lost so many years of his life making memories with his family is a shocking betrayal of the justice system. GB
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Thirteen or 13 may refer to: 13 (number), the natural number following 12 and preceding 14 One of the years 13 BC, AD 13, 1913, 2013. Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice, Prosecutorial Misconduct, Police Misconduct, Innocence Project, Coerced Confessions,