Untold stories from the wrongfully convicted. A podcast from the Centre for Criminal Appeals.
S1E3: Confront the Power
How would you cope if you spent 14 years in prison for a crime you did not commit? How would you pass the time? Who would stand by you? What would you miss the most?
What happens when Cookie is released? From Love Island to prison reform.
S1E2: Maintaining Innocence
Maintaining innocence in prison does not make you popular, and if it’s for a crime against a child, you are the lowest of the low. What happens when Cookie is sent to prison for a crime she claims she did not commit?
S1E1: Surviving Petee
Cookie’s baby son Petee died tragically, suddenly and without explanation. Months later the police knock on the door, and her life is turned upside down for a second time.
S1E0: Introducing Cookie
Meet Cookie, a woman convicted of the murder of her baby, a crime for which she has consistently maintained her innocence.
Season One of Surviving Injustice tells Cookie’s story. In this three-part series, we follow the sequence of events that led to her imprisonment and the fight to clear her name.
Coming soon, on November 27th 2018. Subscribe on iTunes or on our website now. http://www.criminalappeals.org.uk/podcast/
The best podcast , what a truly amazing women.
Both devastating and enthralling
I couldn't stop listening. If you like true crime type podcasts this one is for you. It stays with you for a long time after you listen and really challenges you to think critically about the British criminal justice system.
A very thought provoking insight into injustice. I was enthralled and listened to all episodes back to back.