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Unjust & Unsolved
The Innocence Project estimates that there are currently over 20,000 innocent people locked away in US prisons. These cases remain unsolved. Each week, Investigative Journalist Maggie Freleng tells the story of one of those people and takes a deep dive into the crime they were convicted of. Through her original interviews with the convicted, their lawyers, families, and friends, Freleng chronicles each inmate’s fight for exoneration and their hope that justice can still be served.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 1,087 ratings
Brilliant podcast
I love Maggie Freleng and her work. I discovered her through the tv series about Maura Murray. Her podcast is incredibly inspiring, Maggie puts the spotlight on those so wrongly incarcerated, she gives me faith there are still many good decent people on this earth. We all need to support her work...Read full review »
jveselovski1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/19/20
Amazing!
I’m a huge true crime podcast addict and I especially enjoy Truth & Justice and Undisclosed. To anyone who is with me, this podcast is a must listen! Really Well made and obviously focus on the epidemic of wrongful convictions. You had me in the first episode Maggie!
Almamor via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 09/18/20
Thanks OWD for pointing me in the direction of this podcast, Maggie does an awesome job presenting and I love the format. definitely subscribed and already waiting for the next episode !!!!
J Boyce 97 via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 09/17/20
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