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US: Crime podcasts can change the course of justice

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The recent release of the US's famous podcast 'Serial' episode has created a whole new debate amongst experts about whether the podcast helps in securing justice or not and also recreated obsession trend for Americans' for true crime series. A huge crowd on Monday (September 19) greeted Adnan Syed, who was allegedly given a life sentence for murdering his ex-girlfriend in 1999, was released after 22 years.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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WASHINGTON - The release this week of one of the main characters on the hit podcast "Serial" has reignited the debate over Americans' "obsession" with true crime series and their effect on the US penal system. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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US: Crime podcasts can change the course of justice

The recent release of the US's famous podcast 'Serial' episode has created a whole new debate amongst experts about whether the podcast helps in securing justice or not and also recreated obsession trend for Americans' for true crime series. A huge crowd on Monday (September 19) greeted Adnan Syed, who was allegedly given a life sentence for murdering his ex-girlfriend in 1999, was released after 22 years.

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In US, podcasts can sometimes shape course of justice

When Adnan Syed walked out of the Baltimore courthouse free on Monday, 22 years after being given a life sentence for allegedly murdering his ex-girlfriend, a crowd of supporters greeted him with cheers.

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In US, podcasts can sometimes shape course of justice

The release this week of one of the main characters on the hit podcast "Serial" has reignited the debate over Americans' "obsession" with true crime series and their effect on the US penal system.

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