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S03 Episode 03: Misdemeanor, Meet Mr. Lawsuit

S03 Episode 03: Misdemeanor, Meet Mr. Lawsuit

Update: 2018-09-27210
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The smell of raw marijuana + acting nervous + hands in pockets = ?
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ABR

Wow, Loomis looks and sounds like a caricature of a bad cop. He's so cartoonishly evil, it's almost funny. Almost.

Jun 2nd
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Edie Thomas

I have not been into serial for season one or two, but I am LOVING season three!!! Thank you for a great podcast so far!

May 23rd
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Melody Colin

I've enjoyed this podcast until now. Mrs. Rice was too much for my ears!!

May 17th
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Edie Thomas

Melody Colin Just FYI, she's only there for a minute or two, then it moves on. just fast forward through it

May 23rd
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Keith Tam

This feels like season one again. Serial is Back!

Apr 2nd
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Natalie T

This season 3 podcast is so good!

Mar 30th
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Alex Grodkiewicz

Everyone complaining about how this is "Biased" is just revealing how out of touch they are with reality

Mar 1st
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ABR

Alex Grodkiewicz Right? God forbid we acknowledge the mountain of evidence pointing to the elephant in the room.

Jun 1st
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Brandi Kelly-Contreras

Alex Grodkiewicz yes I agree you are "out of touch".

Mar 2nd
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Kattabek Ibraimov

I thought this was a good podcast but you have lost yet another person. Goodluck.

Feb 27th
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Rebekah Kohl

Lousy "journalism." Aramis is named and personalized from our first encounter; "the police" isn't given a name till nearly the last sentence. We are led to infer that this cop represents them all.

Jan 31st
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Jeffrey Riddle

I'm done with this POS podcast.

Jan 10th
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ABR

Jeffrey Riddle Uh oh, someone's in his feelings.

Jun 1st
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Josh French

Jeffrey Riddle bye you will not be missed

May 8th
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Jeffrey Riddle

This episode just is getting worse by the second! What the hell does white people "in charge" have to do with it? Maybe you should be asking why black people are not seeking these positions "of power." Where are the minority voters? Where is the increase in electable minorities with the alleged increase in minority population? Wouldn't it be expected that such an increase in minority population result in an increase in minorities in these positions?

Jan 10th
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Joe Haesler

Reyna Ascanio There is no reason for her to simply point out that everyone is white other than to try implying a bias on the side of the court. it's framing her argument in such a way that shows how much bias she has. usually she does a good job reporting but this episode is hard to listen to if you aren't biased towards the whole system is racist. "I'm just saying"

May 8th
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Reyna Ascanio

Jeffrey Riddle All your answers are in an American history book. I And I think she was only stating facts. she was not stating judges being white like a cause for injustice in these peoples cases

Feb 27th
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Jeffrey Riddle

Arimus HAD drugs! Currently, he was breaking the law. We can discuss how it escalated, but I think that only those who were present would/could actually know the force required to get his arms behind his back. Also, you complain that the police are talking shit when Arimus was HIMSELF! "Not an arrestable charge!?!" Who do you think you are?

Jan 10th
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Jeffrey Riddle

I am sad that this podcast has slipped into the assumption that all police officers and judges are racist. Where is the proof of such nonsense? My assumption is that there are more white police simply because of the culture of the minority communities. Less black police officers results in merely the appearance of racism and is not necessarily the cause of the issues discussed here.

Jan 10th
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Ryan Persaud

Jeffrey Riddle You're attacking a straw man. She never made this suggestion. No one did. The simple truth is this. Police have power. As much as they claim otherwise, there is an enormous power imbalance between police and civilians, and the poorer and less white you are, the worse that power imbalance gets. To not mention this is to basically be driving on a sunny day without sunglasses on: you'll miss a lot.

Feb 19th
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Tom Upton

let me "aks" a question...

Dec 29th
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James Cook

This whole season is so one sided and biased as hell. The previous seasons were good, but definitely leaned. This type of reporting is exactly why police and prosecutors won't talk to you. Not all the cases mentioned are defensible. Tamir Rice definitely could have been handled better, but report both sides. And 10 years for murdering a baby? Seriously? That's justice to you?

Dec 17th
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Kenjikojo Mashi

Was there a conclusion to this case? You hear the recording of the police officer beating some motorist and it turns out to be the policeman who beat up the guy outside his friends door. The guys lawyer is overjoyed and? Then what. I can't find an end to this case??? So annoyed....

Nov 22nd
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Daragh King

Kenjikojo Mashi I was trying to figure this out myself! she's says "next time" then that's it?

Apr 25th
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Connor Gillespie

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/05/07/the-spy-who-came-home/amp A great article, definitely worth a read!

Oct 25th
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Callum Bowen

wow this season is really boring

Oct 19th
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Bennet Ly

cynicoma Vanquis

Dec 5th
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cynicoma

Callum Bowen best season yet IMO.

Oct 19th
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a. mallet

OF COURSE the police won't correct themselves! To do so, they'd have to admit they were wrong in the first place. "The Thin Blue Line" came out in 1988 showing how police protect themselves. There's also a video on YouTube where a Florida news station did one of those "undercover investigations" where a person would walk into a police station and just ask what the process is to file a complaint against an officer- "can I do it anonymously? can I take a form, fill it out and bring it back?"- in most cases the person asking "what is the process" the person is bullied, threatened and stonewalled. It's called something like 'Proof cops are corrupt' or something- I was skeptical when I first clicked and absolutely disappointed and appalled the more I watched. If we don't hold police accountable for abuse of force there's absolutely NO CHANCE they'd hold themselves accountable. Good cops will be good cops regardless, bad cops will be bad cops.

Oct 17th
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jacksonasala

it is clear to me, people lie. ALL PEOPLE.

Oct 17th
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Tyler Tomas

Good listen but I feel that she is pretty much taking the blame off of anyone who gets arrested. His gf had a warrant so she was arrested...

Oct 11th
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S03 Episode 03: Misdemeanor, Meet Mr. Lawsuit

S03 Episode 03: Misdemeanor, Meet Mr. Lawsuit

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