This was a fascinating story. I think it spent a little too much time on the nuts and bolts of reporting, and could have been edited down. However, it ends on a very strong note. I liked that the reporters were careful to mention whenever someone had positive things to say about Cenikor, because it makes it easier to understand how this situation could develop: it's not pure malice, it actually does seem to help some people. This kind of nuance separates great reporting from true-crime podcasts.