14 episodes

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.

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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

4.1 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

Sardiamo ,

Love This Podcast!

I love this podcast and the way Brooke tells these men’s stories. I pray that one day all her hard work and the light she’s shed will bring true justice for all involved in these tragic stories.

Julh22 ,

Biased, unprofessional and uneducated host

If you’re looking for a thorough, unbiased, informational podcast, this is NOT it. The host can be easily compared to a privileged little white girl who grew up with a silver spoon in her mouth. Yet she reports on season 2 like she has any clue at all about the African American struggle in our nation. She’s anti-American and uneducated, reporting like an 8th grade school girl who did a quick google search on “injustice”. Nice try, sis.

BridgetteM ,

Vocal Fry and Allergies

It sounds like the monotonous host has a bad cold or allergies not to mention the horribly exaggerated vocal fry. She should keep her day job as podcasting clearly isn’t for her.

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