Episode 7

Released Wednesday, 12th February 2014
 23 people rated this episode
"White House Boy" Roger Dean Kiser tells us the story of his personal hell. To him, this world which anyone would consider a living hell was just normal everyday life. The way he describes this upbringing is so brutally honest and matter-of-fact, that it will chill your soul. Hundreds of other "White House Boys" have told the tale of the same experience, yet for over a century the institutional torture and sometime murder of children has been taking place right under our collective noses, and only now is this story coming to light.

When you hear this story, just keep reminding yourself that you live in America, a country by the people and for the people. You may have to try extra hard to remind yourself because it will be easy to forget. This actually happened. It happened right here, in this country, and the worst part is there is no justice for the victims, not even the ones who are still living. It's absolutely sickening, and a wake up call for anyone who cares enough to listen.
Heard this one long before I saw the film about it. Love that S&S not only covers current crime, but the sins of the past as well. Great ep!
Love it. ignore the haters, it's an organized group of rival podcasters.
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Length
1h 11m 20s
Explicit
No
Season
1
Episode Type
Full

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