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Un podcast sur les injustices structurelles. La saison 3, intitulée “À flots et à sang”, et portée par Camille Maestracci, sera disponible, en 5 épisodes, à partir du mercredi 15 septembre. Pour soutenir Louie et participer au financement de ses créations, adhérez au club Louie!
 
America we have a problem. Our justice system is unjust. A few years ago I ran across a website called Surviving the System. It was about innocent prisoners and prison conditions. I decided to get involved and I started the site called The Injustice System. I have upset some people and have had my life threatened because of my fight but it will continue.
 
This is a podcast about injustice experienced by innocent US citizens subjected to the bias, discrimination, inherent latent racism and corruption in the US criminal justice system. We feature people falsely imprisoned for years and decades, and sometimes executed when they were innocent of the crimes for which they were convicted. We witness hidden exculpatory evidence, police who abuse, torture and beat innocent citizens into false guilty pleadings and coerced confessions. We witness how t ...
 
This essay of Kant’s on copyright argues that the unlicensed copying of books cannot possibly be permissible, due to the fact that it assumes a consent on the part of the author which it is logically impossible for the author to give. The argument is dependent upon an assumption that the writings be commodified, for the reason why the author is unable to possibly give consent to multiple publishers is due to the author’s will – to communicate with the public – necessitating the profitability ...
 
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Dans cette troisième saison d'Injustices, «À flots et à sang», Camille Maestracci s’intéresse au milieu de la mer et se questionne sur la possibilité d’une pêche durable. Dans ce deuxième épisode, elle s’intéresse à une possible recrudescence des phoques en mer et dans les filets des pêcheurs. Quelles sont les conséquences pour la biodiversité mari…
 
Dans cette troisième saison d'Injustices, «À flots et à sang», Camille Maestracci s’intéresse au milieu de la mer et se questionne sur la possibilité d’une pêche durable. Dans le premier épisode, elle enquête sur l’affaire des phoques décapités dans le Finistère. Un fait-divers, apparemment pas si banal, qui va la mener au procès d’un marin pêcheur…
 
Dans cette nouvelle saison d'Injustices, la journaliste Camille Maestracci part d'un fait divers en Bretagne – des phoques retrouvés décapités sur une plage de Concarneau – pour remonter le fil et tenter de comprendre le milieu de la pêche. Très vite, elle se rend compte que le secteur est pris dans un dilemme qui oppose l'humain à la nature. À éco…
 
In the season finale, Chris and Alison talk to Alan Chipperfield, Capital Crimes Director at the the Public Defender's Office in Jacksonville, Florida. Al graduated from Washington and Lee and has been practicing law for 45 years: the vast majority of that spent defending people charged with murder and who face the death penalty. He also served as …
 
Chris and Alison talk to criminal defense attorney Mandy Kuhn. Mandy has been practicing since 2005 and has represented people charged with almost every type of crime. She has exclusively worked as a public defender for her entire career, both in Florida and in Ohio. These conversations are not appropriate for children. People with their own trauma…
 
Chris Moser and Alison DeBelder talk to Katherine Hinchey. Katherine is an attorney with the Public Defender's Office for the 4th Judicial Circuit in Jacksonville, Florida. She specializes in representing clients charged with sex crimes and talks about the challenges that are unique to her work. We also discuss some of the unique challenges faced b…
 
Welcome to Trauma InJustice, a podcast where two friends (who are also lawyers), Alison DeBelder and Chris Moser, speak to people who work in the criminal justice system about traumas they've witnessed or experienced. The show explores specific examples of trauma and also the healthy and unhealthy ways that people have learned to deal with them.…
 
On this season 1 ending episode of The Injustice Files we look at two cases involving false confession. Our first case, from South-Side Chicago centered on the rape and murder of a 20 year old woman in 1980. Days after the body was found police arrested Daniel Anderson on drunk and disorderly charges and attested that the drunken Daniel confessed t…
 
On this episode of The Injustice Files, we take a look at two cases involving police and prosecutors hiding evidence from defendant's lawyers; an unconstitutional breach of The Brady Rule. Our first case, the case of Christopher Abernathy centers upon the tragic 1984 rape and murder of a 16 YO girl in the Chicago suburb of Park Forest , IL. He was …
 
On this episode of The Injustice Files we look into two cases with an odd common theme. It's not just the absurdity of our first case of 35 people in a small Texas town, largely comprised of 5000 African American folk arrested for dealing powder cocaine, all arrested on the same day. Nor is it the case of Don Nash, who was arrested 26 years after h…
 
In this Minisode of The Injustice Files we focus on two cases, that of Freddie Peacock of New York and Laurence Adams of Boston MA In our first story, we look into the unfortunate case of Freddie Peacock, an intellectually challenged man accused of rape. While he only served five years in prison. The conviction would impair his ability to live a fr…
 
On this Minisode of The Injustice Files, we look into the cases of Ronnie Long and Curtis Flowers, two cases with long meandering stories behind them. In our first case, Ronnie Long, a Black man was arrested for the rape of an upper-class widowed White woman in Concord NC, in 1976. Falsely accused and with no actual evidence connecting him to the r…
 
On this episode of the Injustice Files we take a deep dive look into the tragic murder of six people; a grandmother, her daughter and four of her grandchildren, the latter all under the age of six. Following the murder, the perpetrator set fire to the house which burned to the ground. A suspect targeted because of burn marks on his face and arms wa…
 
In this segment we follow Anthony as he joins another 500 men on Texas Death Row. He is initially housed with the worst of the w0osrt and on Death Row, that is some very mean and dangerous men. He's thrown into a 9 * 6 cell, covered in feces and urine from the previous tenant, presumably now dead. Eventually, he makes friends with some men and is m…
 
In this segment of the Anthony Graves episode, we see Anthony's continued efforts to appeal his case and win a retrial. As he faces four more years waiting on this, we see tumult on the legal teams facing him and his own, except for one stalwart ally, Nicole, the lawyer that stood by him until the end. As prosecutors continued offering him deals, A…
 
This is the final Spotlight segment for Season 1 of the Injustice Files. We are still formulating Season 2, which will have Black Lives as a central theme. We just don't know yet whether the Spotlight segment will continue. You can voice your opinion at theinjusticefiles.podcast@gmail.com to help guide us with feedback. This Spotlight segment is fo…
 
Consacrée au soutien des victimes, cette table ronde permet de discuter d’outils concrets pour aider et recueillir la parole des victimes d’inceste. Elle fait suite à la diffusion des six épisodes de notre podcast “Ou peut-être une nuit” qui interroge les mécanismes de construction du silence autour de l’inceste et des violences intra-familiales. S…
 
On this Minisode of The Injustice Files, we look at two cases. Anthony Towler, falsely convicted of child rape in 1982 and Keith Walker of South-Side Chicago convicted of murder in 1993 In story one, Towler is arrested for rape and assault of a young girl and her brother, respectively. Both were minors and helped to establish a composite sketch use…
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Ce sixième et dernier épisode est consacré à l'ordre social installé par l'inceste, l'ordre social du silence. «Notre univers psychique commun. C’est ça que construit l’inceste, au commencement des vies. Il de…
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Ce cinquième épisode est consacré au fonctionnement du système politique et judiciaire et à la manière dont ils rejouent le silence appris dans les familles. «Ce système de violence et de domination installé d…
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Ce quatrième épisode est consacré à l'explication de la nature de l'inceste: un enjeu de domination. «Il y a ce mythe qui persiste, l’inceste ça pourrait être de l’amour, de l’amour mal dirigé, mal exprimé, ma…
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Dans ce troisième épisode, elle analyse les chiffres. Elle raconte «Je crois que c’est pendant cet automne 2017 que je fais le lien, le parallèle entre le silence qui entoure encore l’inceste et celui qui a en…
 
In this episode of The Injustice Files we focus on two stories. One from Detroit about the case of Parrish Towns, falsely convicted in the murder of a woman and robbery of a salesman. When police picked up the driver in the case, he implicated Parrish Town's two brothers. When police arrived at the Town's residence, they found the third, innocent b…
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Elle décortique, dans ce deuxième épisode, la manière dont on enseigne aux victimes d'inceste à se taire, par cercles concentriques. L'agresseur d'abord, qui menace ou manipule pour s'assurer du silence de sa …
 
Dans cette deuxième saison d'Injustices, «Ou peut-être une nuit», Charlotte Pudlowski décortique la fabrique du silence autour de l'inceste. Dans le premier épisode, elle s'interroge sur le silence qui a tenu des décennies dans sa famille, autour de violences incestueuses: «Comment est-il possible que même dans les familles les plus aimantes, celle…
 
Story one: Fulton, Mitchel and Shaw (Chicago) March, 2003 in south-side Chicago a man was found murdered and burned to death in an alley. Police eventually focused on interrogating a 17 year old girl who, after days of 10 hour interrogation, accused three men of the murder. Police chicanery involving false statements of one man confessing and fabri…
 
On this episode we discuss the Case of Darlie Routier, convicted of killing her two oldest boys in the early morning hours of June 6th, 1996 in Rowlett TX. Darlie awakened at 2:20 am to an intruder straddling her chest who had cut her throat. After she chased the man to the garage where he escaped, she discovered her two oldest boys, lying in the l…
 
In a shock to the system and the Routiers, Darlie is arrested for the murder of her two oldest boys by small town Rowlett TX police and prosecutor Greg Davis who, ignoring the somber ceremony held beforehand, was appalled by the birthday visit to the boy's grave site one week after the crime and likened it to her dancing on their graves.…
 
This minisode features two stories from Texas and California. Brandon Moon was falsely convicted in 1987 of rape and sentenced to 75 years in prison after faulty use of police lineups and mistakes made in forensic testing which led to a scandal in the TX Dept of Public Safety after his exoneration in 2005. Joel Alcox was convicted of murder in 1987…
 
In this minisode of The Injustice Files we first look at the case of Wegstaffe and Connor, tow men falsely accused by a junkie prostitute of kidnapping and murder of 16 year old Jennifer Negron, herself also a streetwalker. The men were convicted based on the testimony that the junkie had seen them pull Jennifer into a car. There were no witnesses …
 
This is our first minisode episode (~37 minutes) in which we cover two stories: Ford Heights Four In Chicago 1978, a white engaged couple is kidnapped from a gas station where the man worked. They were found the next day in an abandoned town home in a mostly black populated section of Chicago. Both were murdered execution style but the woman was to…
 
On the early morning hours of Oct 11, 1997, Julie Rea's 10 year old son, Joel, was killed while visiting her on a weekend custody visit in her home located in Lawrenceville Illinois. Joel was found stabbed to death and wedged between his mattress and the wall when police arrived and searched Julie Rea's home. Until that moment, Julie believed he'd …
 
Although it still happens today with frightening regularity, tunnel vision is now a known phenomena in the context of police investigations as something that often drives false convictions. It's defined as a singular focus on a suspect to the point of exclusion where other evidence conflicting with investigator's beliefs are cast aside. More often …
 
It's reasonable to say that for three years (until indictment) Julie Rea was hounded by police investigators. In that time, no new evidence was uncovered and police remained staunch in their belief that Julie killed Joel. One reason may be that her ex-husband became a Deputy Sheriff and remained vocal in his accusations against her, and that's putt…
 
There is a caste system in US prisons. The topmost tier is comprised of decent criminals; murders, burglars, those assaulting others with or without deadly weapons. Among the second tier begins those reviled by all; rapists. It's hardly worth differentiating among the even lower castes; pedophiles and parents who killed their children. And in a Wom…
 
Now, Julie Rea, after 2 years in prison suffering the brutality of that life, was free on bond in 2005, after the appellate court vacated her previous verdict and ordered retrial. The turnaround to a new trial was quick and she faced the court again in the Summer of 2006. But now there was the confession of a serial killer and a court wizened to th…
 
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