Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Published by: Lava for Good Podcasts | PRX
124 Episodes | First Released: Aug 30 '16
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Kfoater1205
Aug 4
Rating:   10
Thank you for awaking me

These stories leave you so gutted yet you give me the opportunity to do something (anything) by writing governors, judges etc.. I pray for all of you fighting this fight.

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AhwahneeAngel
Aug 4
Rating:   10
Today’s episode was incredible

After hearing and listening very closely to today’s episode, I came away with two questions. Why and who are they protecting the police I mean who are they protecting? And what did they have against this woman that was a victim.? If she’s such a high-ranking individual in the community why would they handpick jurors that I did not have her best interest at heart? Are they punishing her for something or punishing her husband‘s business or the husband? I would think that if she was such an asset to the community which everybody is that you would want the right person caught for the crime. Because she may be sleeping well thinking this man is in jail but the real perpetrator is out and probably doing it to other people. Just blows my mind. That’s all I have to say about that. Thank you again for bringing this to our attention.

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karly44stars
Aug 3
Rating:   10
Eye opening

Not sure how I stumbled upon this podcast but I’m a true fan. I’ve learned a lot of new information regarding out justice system and how real life this can be for some families. I love this podcast, but I wasn’t a fan of the false confession series.

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Dan opine
Aug 2
Rating:   10
Outstanding!

I have been transfixed by this series, so well done, captivating. I have been inspired to get involved in my local innocence group and believe I may have found my calling….Mercy

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Keldon8675309
Aug 1
Rating:   4
False Confessions

Not a fan of the False Confession series

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natepat3420
Jul 31
Rating:   10
Important work

Jason is an angel who walks with mere mortals. The subject of wrongful conviction needs to explored and the victims supported, keep up the fight Jason!!

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ninnster
Jul 30
Rating:   10
Dear Terrance Lewis

And Jason. Thank you for sharing🌟Please be sure to get GOOD and TRUSTWORTHY advice to help with making the adjustment to “being well off”. If handled well, you and your family will have some security. The Universe knows you deserve it!

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Sagamore9
Jul 26
Rating:   10
Justice is our business

Jason Flom’s Wrongful Convictions Podcast is riveting and heartbreaking. Thank you for brining this to our attention at this critical time of racial reckoning in our country. My dad was in law enforcement and it is dispiriting in the extreme to hear how many people charged with upholding the law are willing to break it to close a case. I’ll sign the petitions, share them and pray for all who do the hard work and “good trouble” of righting they wrongs done to the innocent...

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ohdarling89
Jul 25
Rating:   10
Amazing Work

Awe inspiring

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Gambler Anon
Jul 22
Rating:   10
Eye Opening, Heart Opening

I cannot believe how much I have, and continue to learn, from this podcast. Your work and sharing have opened my eyes and my heart. I listened to your podcast with Dr Phil and since then have been bingeing on your podcasts. The stories are so educational. I would love to see a TV show based on this premise. Thank you and thank you to those who share their stories.

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reneb1961
Jul 9
Rating:   10
Need More Episodes!!!

I am a avid supporter of the Innocence Project and love this podcast. It brings to light all the injustice and will give you the motivation to never forget this is an ongoing fight! Great job Jason!

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RCoffey90
Jul 6
Rating:   2
The sound

I want to listen to this pod cast so bad. I’ve gotten threw a few episodes but I can’t do it. The sounds of the host breathing through his spit is driving me crazy. 😫

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Missthirt33n
Jul 6
Rating:   10
Important Beyond Comprehension

My deepest gratitude to Jason Flom and the Innocence Project as well as all the other organizations mentioned in this Podcast for the truly holy work they are doing in this world. This podcast is more important than words could ever possibly describe so I will leave it at this: Every single American should be listening to this Podcast. Every single American who is not listening to this is truly doing themselves a disservice. Especially now in the tumultuous times afoot, this Podcast has the power to feed the minds of the left, right, the oppressed, the oppressors, the black, the white and every single entity in between. Everyone has something to take from this and it is my prayer that this Podcast will touch the minds and hearts of so many that need it. Thank you again to the creators of this show. I am forever in your debt.

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missymartinez3
Jul 2
Rating:   10
Incredible

Most people have no idea these types of things happen. It’s incredibly sad. I’ve taken what I’ve learned to help teach my kids about the inequalities of the world, and to give them the tools they need to make good choices, and what to do if, God forbid, they find themselves in a situation where they are on the wrong place at the wrong time. People don’t expect to be lied to and coerced, and feel justice will always prevail, and that’s simply not always the case. So eye-opening. Thankful for the information and the work you all put into this extremely important topic.

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Georgeeeeeeeeee76
Jul 2
Rating:   10
Excellent podcast, outstanding protagonists

The podcast is very well done, the stories are gripping. But the best thing is learning about all these shamefully, wrongfully convicted people, helped by heroic lawyers and activists.

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YukiNoguchi
Jul 2
Rating:   10
Best of the best podcasts!

In many dimensions, this is the best of the best: artistic value, content and the social purpose makes this podcast the very best!!

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everynicknameistaken814
Jun 28
Rating:   2
Talking about defunding police Ignorance

Loved and supported this podcast until I heard some idiot talking about how great it is the police are being defunded. Then they stated they took cops and paw patrol off of the tv..GOOD! I understand this podcast is about the crooked ways of police departments and detectives but we NEED police! Who are we going to reach out to if a burglar is in our home or a child is missing?! And there isn’t enough detectives to work the case or an officer available to respond? Bringing this topic into the podcast is not in any way relevant to the innocent you are fighting for. Maybe the police departments need more funding to evaluate officers abilities if anything. I’m done listening. Can’t support anyone using their platform to allow this type of conversation.

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Thankful for Education
Jun 16
Rating:   10
Education

Thank you so much for the education!

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PrincessPatricia
Jun 16
Rating:   10
Insightful

I don’t know how anyone could give this podcast less than 5 stars. Bringing to light the injustice of so many people is a true labor of love and compassion. I am intrigued and heartbroken at the same time. Please keep up the good work of freeing the innocent!

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V. Ryan
Jun 13
Rating:   10
Everyone should listen!

Wrongful convictions illustrates how innocent people are convicted by police who target the black population primarily, form opinions and try to make the case fit their (usually young or black, or both) suspect, blatantly lie to the suspect and often browbeat them into a false confession. It also shows how lazy or unethical jurors will vote guilty to please the majority in order to go home early on Friday or simply to avoid controversy or conflict. Laws need to be changed, as well, so that once DNA evidence proves one’s innocence, that person can be immediately released. It should not take 3-5 years to go through the courts in order to be released! The death penalty is barbaric and should be outlawed, but giving young people life in prison is almost as bad. The system is broken and hopefully, Podcasts like Wrongful Convictions will educate enough people and encourage them to vote to change the politicians who support these laws!

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