What we lose in the Shadows (A father and daughter True Crime Podcast)

Un-lucky: The quest for redemption.

May 28, 2024 Jameson Keys & Caroline
Un-lucky: The quest for redemption.
What we lose in the Shadows (A father and daughter True Crime Podcast)
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What we lose in the Shadows (A father and daughter True Crime Podcast)
Un-lucky: The quest for redemption.
May 28, 2024
Jameson Keys & Caroline

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Can wrongful convictions shatter more than just a person's freedom? This episode of "What We Lose in the Shadows" peels back the layers of a tragic miscarriage of justice that forever altered the life of Anthony Broadwater.

We dive deep into the case of Alice Seaborn, a Syracuse University freshman who bravely reported her rape in May 1981. Despite her attacker being convicted, the truth took a devastating turn. Learn how a producer's relentless quest for justice and a private investigator's crucial role ultimately exonerated Broadwater after 16 long years. We explore the profound impact of such wrongful convictions on individuals' lives, highlighting Broadwater's struggles to reintegrate into society and his heartbreaking decision not to have children. This episode sheds light on the systemic flaws and biases that lead to such injustices, resonating with similar cases like the Central Park Five. Join us for a compelling reminder of why thorough and fair investigations are essential for true justice.

How an innocent Black man served time for the rape of author Alice Sebold | Race | The Guardian
NY to Pay Broadwater $5.5 Million After Wrongful Conviction for Sebold’s Rape - The New York Times (nytimes.com)

Contact us at: whatweloseintheshadows@gmail.com



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Can wrongful convictions shatter more than just a person's freedom? This episode of "What We Lose in the Shadows" peels back the layers of a tragic miscarriage of justice that forever altered the life of Anthony Broadwater.

We dive deep into the case of Alice Seaborn, a Syracuse University freshman who bravely reported her rape in May 1981. Despite her attacker being convicted, the truth took a devastating turn. Learn how a producer's relentless quest for justice and a private investigator's crucial role ultimately exonerated Broadwater after 16 long years. We explore the profound impact of such wrongful convictions on individuals' lives, highlighting Broadwater's struggles to reintegrate into society and his heartbreaking decision not to have children. This episode sheds light on the systemic flaws and biases that lead to such injustices, resonating with similar cases like the Central Park Five. Join us for a compelling reminder of why thorough and fair investigations are essential for true justice.

How an innocent Black man served time for the rape of author Alice Sebold | Race | The Guardian
NY to Pay Broadwater $5.5 Million After Wrongful Conviction for Sebold’s Rape - The New York Times (nytimes.com)

Contact us at: whatweloseintheshadows@gmail.com



Background music by Michael Shuller Music

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