Extremely biased
The content is (oddly) very biased against the victim and his family. I wish I could have heard arguments for AND against letting Wideman out on parole. 7 episodes painting the murderer in a sympathetic light is too much.
Josie F. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/13/23
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I have spent 30 years in the criminal justice system on both sides of the aisle. I am appalled by the actions of the ADC in this case. As a victim advocate the first thing I tell victims is do NOT count on the Justice system for any healing. And sadly that is exactly what the victims in...Read full review »
MississippiMum via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/23
The father of the murderer AND the host of the podcast (who is totally unbiased, she’d like you to know) can’t believe the victim’s family is angry their son was murdered. Clearly none of these people have ever been victims of a violent crime. You reached out to the victim’s family several times...Read full review »
rachrae via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/13/23
Couldn’t finish the podcast because of the sympathy I felt for the victims family. The host clearly has more sympathy for the responsible party, who at the end of the day, did murder someone. I feel like a journalist should be strictly unbiased and fact based. Not a fan
HH9684 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/24/23
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