What defines guilt? Should we judge the accused based on the evidence found against them? Or by the decision made about them by a jury of their peers? Each week we look at complicated criminal cases, where the evidence and the verdict don’t always line up, testing the limits of “innocent until proven guilty.” Not Guilty is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
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Inky Fan
Dec 29 '19
Rating:   10
I Love It

Intriguing cases with incredible details. Even stories I thought I knew I found out more about. I enjoy the storytelling throughout. Thank you for this addition to my normal podcast listening.

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Johnboy1138
Nov 14 '19
Rating:   6
Very good until Nixon episode

I have really enjoyed the “Not Guilty” podcast. Hearing about people accused and convicted of murder falsely, the trial that followed, and then the vindication has been very intriguing. As a matter of fact, they encouraged me to look into the cases further on my own. Even the case about the man who was probably guilty of killing his wife but got found not guilty. Most all of these cases were about people who were arrested and accused of murder, declared their innocence, went to trial, and were either found guilty or not guilty. As I said, very interesting podcast...until the Richard Nixon episode. This episode, in my opinion, did NOT belong on this podcast. It did not follow the same formula or subject matter as of most all of the previous episodes. Isn’t it such a coincidence that during a farce of an impeachment inquiry that is going on today that we get an episode of a President, also Republican, that was questioned and scrutinized and was sought to be impeached? Why wasn’t the Democratic President Bill Clinton chosen, who WAS impeached? And like I said, this episode with its subject matter shouldn’t have been on this podcast, rather it should have been on Political Scandels or Scams or something similar. Definitely not here. To me, this just shows that this particular incident was chosen with an agenda behind it. Especially when you hear the very last line in the entire story, as if being said today in light of what is going on today. Disappointing.

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GreetingsFromBFLO
Oct 25 '19
Rating:   6
Issues with DeJac episode

There was an inconsistency with some dates in the story. Also, the way Vanessa pronounced Crystallynn’s name wasn’t consistent with the way it was pronounced the whole episode. I’m from Buffalo and I know this case very well.

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Betty Draper74
Oct 24 '19
Rating:   8
Lynn DeJac Episode

Admission: have a love-hate relationship with Parcast. This series hit it out of the park. I wasn’tamiliar with “Not Guilty?” but chose it today, the Lynn DeJac Episode, bc I had highway driving about 80 miles. I could not stop listening! This was so well done, beautifully produced, the suspense was killing me. I HAD to hear the end- even if it meant rounding the block again- given the podcast title and all :-) I looked the case up online afterward. For once, it appears podcast producers used their brains & had NOT plagiarized the press/source material. HOPE THE REST ARE THIS WAY- i think they will be. Kudos!! Made my day.

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The Real Zen Boy
Oct 23 '19
Rating:   2
Holding up garbage people as heroes

The final straw was the episodes about DeJac. They treat her as a hero, when she wasn’t just a bad mother, she was absolute garbage whose actions directly caused the rape and murder of her own daughter. Garbage people who are talking about other garbage people like they are their heroes. Nope.

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Niapink_
Sep 30 '19
Rating:   2
Agenda Driven podcast. Withholding vital fact from stories

I find it disgusting how the Central Park 5 story was told. They described the detective “success rate” of getting “criminals” to confess is that the suspects felt comfortable with him. Conveniently neglecting to mention the physical abuse they endured. The boys were beaten, you can hear the screams in the confession tapes. Questioned without parents present a lot of corruption. This entire podcast is very misleading and purposefully portraying a fake narrative. The same way the press and detectives did when this gross injustice originally took place. Shameful

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Lettermom99
Sep 3 '19
Rating:   10
Love the podcast.

She’s got a great voice and the subject matter keeps my attention. I need more lol

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ThrasherY
Aug 25 '19
Rating:   2
Hate the style

Ugh. Parcast. The narrators just read a script with news anchor like voices. I can’t stand the format.

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Nike Noodle
Aug 22 '19
Rating:   4
Well.. it’s READ and read too fast

I feel like I want to grab the paper from her & say LET ME READ IT ALONE QUIETLY! She doesn’t even pause between sentences. All the words are just running together & it’s read so fast that it’s hard to follow. There aren’t any real people from any of the cases.. just her reading.

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Dj ills
Aug 19 '19
Rating:   10
John Norman Collins

I love this podcast and what a treat to have a new episode every day!!! D.mills

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Cant think of unoss
Jul 29 '19
Rating:   10
Totally addicted!

Love this podcast. I wish there were more episodes. Keep up the good work!

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whiskerB
Jul 21 '19
Rating:   10
Thought provoking

I’ve been bingeing parcast podcasts lately and this is one of my favorites!

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Miles Vara
Jul 15 '19
Rating:   10
Compelling

A bit dryer than I usually like, but the topics and production are so good. Check out Miranda. I never knew. Crazy story.

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NK239
Jul 13 '19
Rating:   10
We’ll written

I burned through all of these in a sitting and can’t wait for more.

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Gary Hetrick
Jul 11 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing

I had never listened to podcasts until I was introduced to this. I am hooked! The suspense is amazing and well written. Thank you!!!!

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Cheddar79
Jul 10 '19
Rating:   10
Where is Beran Barnard part 2??

I listened to part 1 and am dying to hear part 2 but i don’t see it.

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Cconnell5
Jul 5 '19
Rating:   10
Wonderfully done

I am obsessed with the the hostess voice, she sounds like she should be an Oxygen show. I have to enjoy the podcasts voices to even consider the show, this is a winner. She does a great job presenting the ins and outs of a story and out comes.

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orlando123233
Jul 2 '19
Rating:   10
Great rendition

Great story line and outcomeA winner

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nickhoward1
Jun 28 '19
Rating:   10
awesome

great podcast better story telling.

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An Inside Joke
Jun 21 '19
Rating:   10
Gets you in the feels

I'll be honest, I have to be in the right mood to listen to this series. The injustice of some of these stories just makes me too angry otherwise! But if you're in the right state of mind, this is an informative, fascinating series about some real true crimes and how the subsequent court case can fulfill (or miscarry) justice.

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