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In the year 2017 alone, 139 people were exonerated for crimes they did not commit - some had even been sentenced to death. Many others were sentenced to forever. Our mission is to share the stories of the Exonerated through their own voices empowering the individual Exoneree while also educating and compelling our listeners to help end this type of injustice. Only a flawed system convicts innocent people, but together we can correct those flaws and create a true system of justice.

Customer Reviews

Poor storytelling

Couldn't handle the high school essay feel


Apparently I can be a podcast host similar to a 'production' like this one. All it takes is a mic, recording device and the serial podcast playing so you can figure out just which parts to hit record on. This is a joke, anyone who listened to Undisclosed knows they talked about this exact case when referencing Gutierrez or Massey. Nothing original here, plus the host is boring as hell. You can tell she is reading from a script in front of her. How elementary can you get? You have two podcasts for Christ sake, get your act together. At least try and make it sound a little off the cuff. Best I try to explain to people about the Convicted podcast is it's a mix of a bad audible book mixed with cliff notes. However, amidst all the negativity if you need a pick me up compliment after reading this I will give you one, great cover art. Who'd you rip that off from?

Voice of immaturity

Mean no offense, but the narration of the story sounds like it's told through a high schooler. It was hard for me to sit through it. I'm sure this podcast will be much better once she changes the style of her delivery.

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