Why the aggressor-driven narrative?
The promotion of entitlement to mercy (from the victims’s family, from the parole board) on a killer makes this a very irritating storyline.
lindsaysmith09 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/23
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I am a liberal democrat but as others have said I feel for the family. This was not a crime of passion like a neighborhood fight, it sounds more like a calculated murder. I feel some sympathy for kids who get caught up with the wrong crowd and shoot someone during a fight but this case doesn’t...Read full review »
nforet via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/23
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
The podcast does a great job of telling this important story, presenting facts and the humanity. I think Erik would be ashamed of his parents and their hate. It’s not the Kane justice system and they don’t get to use their power and influence to invoke their own feelings of revenge. They come off...Read full review »
random)9438chikr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/23
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