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Beyond All Repair
Imagine you're accused of something horrific. You swear you didn't do it, but someone says they witnessed it: your own brother. Sophia Johnson was newly married with a baby on the way when she became the prime suspect in her mother-in-law's brutal murder. WBUR's Amory Sivertson reexamines a case unsolved, a family torn apart, and the woman who wasn't believed.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 1,748 ratings
So good
This is one of the best podcasts I’ve ever listened to. So so so good.
laur147 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/22/24
Podcasters Got Played
This podcast starts out strong but devolves into a mess of lies, fingerpointing and unsavory characters wanting to rewrite - and rewrite again - their history. For some reason the podcasters felt compelled to carry on the nonsense. I don’t see a redeemable character in this story.
Deb_56 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/22/24
Through four episodes
All I can think of is all the excuses you’ve come up with for someone to murder another person and actually be the victim themselves
realitystrikesback via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/21/24
Recent Episodes
After disappearing before he was supposed to testify in Sophia's second trial, Sean reappears in Guyana under the name Anthony Snow. He has since launched various ventures, including a short-lived campaign for president of Guyana in 2011, a land development business that’s been the source of...
Published 04/18/24
Published 04/18/24
Amory meets Sophia in person for the first time with a sense of uneasiness. While in jail awaiting her second trial in 2005, Sophia made a friend who convinced her to testify in her own defense. Today, this friend, Morgen, is Sophia’s life partner. After getting ahold of the footage of...
Published 04/11/24
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