The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 3: An Interview with Dr Andrew Griffiths

Episode 4: The Confession This post continues the review and analysis of Amanda Knox's podcast series, Killing for Love. The review expanded far beyond its originally intended length, and it soon became clear that episode 4, The Confession, was crying out for a more detailed look than could reasonably be accommodated in a two-part post … Continue reading The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 3: An Interview with Dr Andrew Griffiths

The Truth about True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 2

Continued... Medical Experts Share Their Deep Insights Soering: “...my new friend and supporter is John Grisham, and he told me that the main reason why, sort of, the media world is interested in this case is not me at all, it's Elizabeth Haysom. She's Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct and everybody likes that. She wrapped … Continue reading The Truth about True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 2

The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 1

Contents: Part 1 Introduction and Overview Chuck Reid Finally Morphs into Pinocchio Chip Harding and Richard Hudson Embarrass Themselves Part 2 Medical Experts Share Their Deep Insights More Effusions Part 3: An Interview with Dr Andrew Griffiths Introduction – Episode 4: The Confession To Begin: Soering Interviewed by Knox Interview with Andrew Griffiths Further Nonsense … Continue reading The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox: Killing for Love, Part 1

A Long Letter from Jens Soering, Christmas/New Year 1984-85 (Updated)

Note: The main subject of this post (and related commentary) is a letter which contains some strong swearing and violent imagery in places. It seems unlikely that the sensibilities of most people coming here are quite so delicate as to require a warning about that, but everyone has the option to go no further and … Continue reading A Long Letter from Jens Soering, Christmas/New Year 1984-85 (Updated)

The Wrongful Conviction Podcast with Jason Flom

Shrill, concerted innocence campaigns are nothing new. In England, in 1975, a character named George Davis was convicted of an armed robbery at the London Electricity Board, for which he received a 20-year prison sentence. The slogan “George Davis is Innocent” soon became well known, and an aggressive campaign by his supporters then followed, culminating … Continue reading The Wrongful Conviction Podcast with Jason Flom