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    BJZu
    Jan 10
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Just finished this

    I am so sorry that the podcast is over. I am so grateful that Curtis Flowers had these journalists investigating his case. I was so intrigued with every episode.

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    UrAWizardBorris
    Jan 8
    2

    reviewed: In the Dark

    crap? WHERES THE MUSIC πŸ‘ΊπŸ”«

    very nice podcast, lady ruined it by talking over intro music in season one, lady ruined it by talking in general, very bad. πŸ˜ͺπŸ€“πŸ˜±πŸ₯ΆπŸ˜¨πŸ˜°πŸ πŸ™πŸ½

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    tjghilwyrulwygiwyg
    Jan 8
    4

    reviewed: In the Dark

    MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC

    I NEED THE INTO MUSIC FOR A SCHOOL PROJECT IF I GET A BAD GRADE IM BLAMING U CUZ THIS MUSIC IS SO GOOD

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    CoreyPlano
    Jan 6
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Saving one will lead to saving many!

    This is what your reporting did, Saved a life. It is so painful to hear the years Curtis Flowers had to endure. I am so thankful for In The Darks efforts that brought the tragic story to light. It doesn’t bring back the 4 that were so tragically taken and I hurt for those families. I hope the families get justice for their loved ones and I am thankful the Flowers received theirs. No one wins in case like this but those who look in from the outside. The humbleness of Curtis is a testimony to his walk in faith and should inspire us all to seek Christ. Through the darkest of times he will never leave you and although Curtis endured the lions Den as David did, his testimony is a witness to us all.

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    RedHen
    Jan 6
    2

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Eyeroll

    Like so many others I hit a wall in season 1 and I will be unsubscribed before this review hits so here it is. You are either an investigative reporter or an opinion writer. You can’t be both. So what I get from Ms Baran is cops bad, child molesters misunderstood. I went through the rest of the reviews to find out if I should just start the next season, but no it gets worse. Bye!

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    bbattey
    Jan 6
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Fantastic!

    Just finished the first season and I absolutely loved it! I was hesitant at first because the mystery of who the perpetrator is is already solved, but this podcast is less so a β€œwhodunnit” and more so about the mistakes and misconduct on the part of the police in trying to solve this crime, and its greater implications. Great story and structure. 5 stars!

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    defe2011
    Jan 6
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Love

    I absolutely love this podcast!! This was wonderful! Put together very well! Told the story great! I am anxiously waiting more season and more episodes but this would be a wonderful movie!

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    j.garba
    Jan 5
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    GREAT

    Your podcasts are great! You & your team do a great job. You cover everything. You are not afraid to ask the hard questions! Waiting for season 3!!Joan

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    BDK Boss
    Jan 5
    2

    reviewed: In the Dark

    A hit piece on a local sheriff disguised as a podcast

    There is definitely an agenda behind the journalism in this podcast. The author quickly strays from the case she claims the podcast is about to spend almost the entirety of the rest of the episodes to β€œgrind an axe” with the local sheriff. The bias may have been better hidden if she hadn’t dedicated nearly all the episodes to talking about the shortcomings of the local law enforcement. Does she live in that county? It almost seems so, as the listener begins to realize it’s a hit piece on the local sheriff. The author also openly criticizes Megan’s Law & Sex Offender Registries as unfair to the criminals. She makes a number of untrue claims regarding the supposed inability to get crime statistics in the US - anyone with a smart phone could get the numbers she claims don’t exist. She also repeatedly falsely claims that sheriffs don’t answer to anyone and that citizens are just β€œstuck” with the bad ones. It’s interesting that she is so anti-police, specifically anti-sheriff, but thinks the government should have more of a say in who those people are - failing to realize that sheriffs in this country are the last true representatives of β€œwe the people” and that they serve at the voter’s pleasure, unlike unelected, appointed bureaucrats in city police forces and state police forces. The last thing we need is more politicians deciding who serves us. The story is not about this poor young boy. It’s about the author’s disdain for law enforcement.

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    M.F Harrison
    Jan 4
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Absolutely outstanding!

    This is probably my all-time favorite podcast. Incredible investigative journalism!

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    bingelistenerrr
    Jan 3
    2

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Disappointed

    Season 2 was absolutely disgusting, a total witch-hunt. They stalked and harassed people and then got upset when people became frustrated with them... If someone says they don’t want to talk or aren’t going to talk, there’s no reason to be a b*tch. Also, showing up at the DA’s rental home, very stalkerish. The outcome was heartwarming, but the process was very frustrating. Season 1 was cringeworthy when she attempted to defend child predators and their requirement to be registered. Also, she changes her voice a lot which is so strange to me. She will start a sentence in a soft child-like tone, and then it will completely change into a more harsh and direct tone. I’m disappointed that they didn’t leave their liberal views out of it. They claimed to be β€œneutral” but it was very apparent where their views were upheld.

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    Kozmo 702
    Jan 2
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    A Travesty of "Justice" by Mississippi & Doug Evans

    For those that don't believe institutional racism isn't baked into this country really need to listen to season two. It took 23 years and a full-court presss from APM to ensure Curtis Flowers received justice. What's terrifying is the though of multiple Curtis Flowers who will never receive the attention and true Curtis received with help from APM. Journalism at its finiest. Well done everyone!

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    Julianainvestigates
    Dec 31, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Loved this podcast!

    I love crime podcasts and am a private investigator myself. Out of many I checked out and listened to, this podcast by far stood out as the best investigated, organized, produced and told. Awesome job from two amazing ladies!

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    AS101111
    Dec 30, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Excellent podcast

    Listening to seasons two. One of the best true crime podcast I’ve listened to. Unbelievable story. Haven’t listened to the end (still binge listening) - fingers crossed that Curtis Flowers is finally freed from jail and pardoned.

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    Love ya"ll
    Dec 10, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    The best Investigative journalism Podcast

    Please please please pitch this podcast to a producer in Hollywood. This would be an award winning mini series!! Great job ladies!!

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    Dr Bojam
    Dec 4, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Review

    I think it’s my fav podcast! Well done and edited. Avoids repetition like many other podcasts, exposes pitfalls in our prosecutorial and investigative process, and most importantly educates the listener on how things work not just the crime or punishment.

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    LEGO JJ YT
    Dec 1, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Ummmm hi

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    jjchapman
    Nov 29, 2020
    6

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Frustrated

    My husband and I are enjoying this podcast, but it’s very frustrating that we already know the outcome - that Curtis Flowers has been freed - due to the ad at the beginning of every episode. Why give away the ending to any new listeners? Not really a fan of reading the last page of a novel first!

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    loafbro
    Nov 25, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    Greatness

    This is a great podcast to listen to. You can hear the passion of reporters investigating these stories and the conviction of the stories they tell. This podcast also has a very strong agenda. Season one was about facts. Season two is facts and deep research dowsed heavily in opinion. I’m excited to see where this story ends.Edit: it ended in the Supreme Court. Absolutely amazing journalism.

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    anamenobodygot
    Nov 22, 2020
    10

    reviewed: In the Dark

    You all deserve a Pulitzer Prize

    Just wow. Thank you for all of the hard work you did that the defense team didn’t have the resources to allocate so that justice could be done.

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45 Episodes 24.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 29, 2016 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Reporter Madeleine Baran examines the case of Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the same crime. For 21 years, Flowers has maintained his innocence. He's won appeal after appeal, but every time, the prosecutor just tries the case again. In the Dark is an investigative podcast from APM Reports. Season One focused on the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.

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45 Episodes 24.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 29, 2016 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Reporter Madeleine Baran examines the case of Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the same crime. For 21 years, Flowers has maintained his innocence. He's won appeal after appeal, but every time, the prosecutor just tries the case again. In the Dark is an investigative podcast from APM Reports. Season One focused on the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.

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