"The only thing he was guilty of was being gay." From a child daycare center, to a prison that looked like a castle, to a messy birthday cake, this is the story of Bernard Baran, and the crime he didn't commit.
"And I think that that, I was, that kind of connection between society, and Beverly on the outside. It was like my eyes, like my hands, like my legs." This is part two of our two-part story about running shoes, a kitchen cabine
"And it was only my trust in God and myself, that’s the only thing it was." From the streets of Puerto Rico, to the heat of a raging fire, to the sight of the devil himself, this is the story of Victor Rosario - and the crime h
"The hardest thing in prison wasn’t prison. It was dealing with my daughters." From a stranger in the middle of the night, to an unexpected toenail clipper, to an unlikely math lesson, this is the story of Nat Cosenza - and the
From a creaky door in a group home, to the flash of a gun in the dark, to a face-to-face meeting with the man who thinks you killed his brother, this is the story of Fred Clay. This episode airs on the anniversary of the day Fr
From Boston, Massachusetts, this is Mass Exoneration — a new podcast about people convicted of crimes — crimes they never committed, and what happened next — for them, and for the people they had to leave behind. The first epis
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