Episode from the podcastEar Hustle

Sorry Means Nothing

Released Wednesday, 15th April 2020
 4 people rated this episode
One crime is treated differently than all others, both inside and outside prison. People who commit sex crimes against children are often ostracized, abused by fellow inmates, and deemed beyond rehabilitation. On this episode, we talk to victims and perpetrators about the causes for, and impacts of, these crimes.

A note: This episode includes disturbing content that may not be suitable for all audiences. Please use discretion in listening.

Ear Hustle is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX.

Thanks to Lt. Sam Robinson and Acting Warden Ron Broomfield for their support.
It didn't surprise me to hear it took a year to make this episode. That says a lot about the care taken to bring this divisive and difficult subject to the podcast. I learned a lot, even though I've a good basic knowledge of the subject matter, and felt deeply for the victims turned offenders. As they reflect on their lives, and the ill-treatment they receive from every quarter, and how they are never heard, or loved, it becomes even more clear we need to hear these stories. Thank you Nigel for your sincerity, and your compassion. I can't praise the Earhustle team highly enough for their work. They deserve every accolade.
This episode hit hard. As usual, an eye opening perspective.
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