Advocacy in a World of Wrongful Convictions

Kelly Loudenberg’s topical odyssey “The Confession Tapes” aired in the September of 2017 satiating a global appetite for tales of the unjust, piqued via Netflix’s iconic docu-series, Making a Murderer. A journalist and documentarian, Loundeberg profiled a series of probable false confessions that probed the labyrinthine counterplot of wrongful convictions. From the grief-stricken Karen Boes and Lawrence DeLisle to the pulverising naivety of Atif Rafay and Sebastian Burns, thousands devoured every pixel chronicling the seemingly erroneous miscarriages of justice laid before them. Emotive, egregious and a reiteration of a criminal justice system helter-skeltering between political tinkering an

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