Infuriatingly biased
US Criminal system needs reform. Jacob Wideman is not the reason why. All said, sounds like a thrill-kill. He would’ve gotten the death penalty if not for his age so life w/out parole is mercy. And the reporter was so incredibly biased, have to wonder if she accidentally fell in love with her subject. (Thinks not allowing a murder parolee - with a brain abnormality that apparently makes him unable to not kill people in their sleep - to drink alcohol is “harsh”.) I felt so bad for the Kane’s, who along with Adam Gross are HEROES. This podcast is every reason to reevaluate parolees and start revoking.
tabutm98 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/10/23
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Solid journalism, definitely on the side criminal justice reform, so you think we have a perfect system then you won’t like this… but do you really think it’s perfect?
Mhobart via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/15/23
Horrific crime and I can understand why the victim’s family doesn’t want to participate in more publicity for the murderer. As the years go by the murderer really has tried to get more people on his side and deceased victim can’t refute Jake’s statements. Unbelievable his 2nd wife let Jake in...Read full review »
tennisas via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/23
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
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