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Brain Jail is a place where the ex-churched Kevin Tienken, Jace Avery & Ben Avery can comedically talk about whatever they want... and then feel guilty about it. Three comics stricken with guilt over almost everything they find hilarious. We feel bad but want to make you laugh so... we're sorry? I guess, but also your welcome. Brain Jail
 
Now in its third season, Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths. This season, she investigates the death of Mitrice Richardson in Malibu, California. On September 16, 2009, the Lost Hills Sheriff's department responded to a 911 at a local restaurant where 24 year old Mitrice was behaving erratically and refused to pay her bill. Police took her to jail then released he ...
 
This award-winning and Peabody-nominated podcast documents how locals are addressing the role of jails in their backyards. Reporters travel around the country and hear from people directly impacted by their encounter with jails and to chronicle the progress ground-up efforts have made in diversion, bail reform, recidivism, adoption of technology and other crucial aspects of the move toward decarceration at local levels.
 
The Klepper podcast is a companion to the new docuseries "Klepper," available now on the Comedy Central app. Jordan Klepper isn't behind a desk in New York City. He's sinking in a boat with environmental protesters in a Louisiana bayou. He's packing moving boxes with one of the nation's first Native American Congresswomen in New Mexico, and he's posting bail at the Fulton County Jail. Go behind the scenes of the front lines of American activism as Klepper breaks down some of the most complic ...
 
When a brutal murder rocks a small Southern town, residents and police are shocked. Could the new guy in town be the one who who did it? Yes, the cops say, he is. Case solved. But then another murder happens. And another. In the end: four bodies, two convictions, and one man in jail for a crime he likely did not commit. Welcome to Murderville, Georgia. Investigative reporters Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith uncover what happens when law enforcement locks up their first suspect, leaving anoth ...
 
Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. The story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos is an unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong. How did the world's youngest self-made female billionaire lose it all in the blink of an eye? How did the woman once heralded as "the next Steve Jobs" find herself facing criminal charges -- to which she pleaded not guilty -- and up to 20 years in jail? How did her technology, meant to revolutionize healthcare, potentially put millions of patients a ...
 
Larry Lawton, America's biggest jewel thief shares his story by reading his book, "Gangster's Redemption: How America's Most Notorious Jewel Robber Got Rich, Got Caught, and Got His Life Back on Track" and gives insights into his life. From stealing bumpers off of cars at age 17 to robbing jewelry stores while two police cars sit just outside, in the parking lot. Larry shares all of the excitement of living as a successful robber with millions of dollars and the flip side of being tortured a ...
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Do you know the law? Kethry, co-host of Plead the Sixth, sure doesn't. Luckily criminal defense lawyers and co-hosts Staci Krause and Courtney Dailey are here to explain it. Join us as we laugh and wonder and question and explain the laws that send people to jail every day. And keep people out of it. Focused on liberty and legality in San Antonio, TX, but with wide ranging implications. This is a great place to learn about your rights and why you should assert them. But funny. Sometimes.
 
From a ghoulish jail cell of a time gone by. To haunted halls and ghostly cries. Come one come all, come finders and seekers. Come hear the "Creepy Side of NEPA."The "Creepy side of NEPA" is a podcast series that focuses on the haunted history of locations throughout Northeastern and Central PA.Have a spooktacular story you 'd like to share? Contact us at ghost@wnep.com
 
All kids make dumb mistakes. But depending on your zip code, race or just bad luck, those mistakes can have a lasting impact. Mass incarceration starts young. In Caught: The Lives of Juvenile Justice, hear from kids about the moment they collided with law and order, and how it changed them forever. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, Death, Sex & Money, Snap Judgment, Nancy and many others. © WNYC Studios
 
From Boston, Massachusetts, this is Mass Exoneration, a new podcast about people convicted of crimes - crimes they never committed - and what happened next, for them, and for the people they had to leave behind. At first, no one believed they were innocent. Now, they're free to tell their stories - and so are their children, their parents, their lawyers: Everyone who lived through it, from arrest to exoneration. The podcast is created in collaboration with the New England Innocence Project a ...
 
He was born Hamish Watson, a surfie dude from Sydney – but he could morph into whatever you needed him to be. Hamish is due to be sentenced to jail in early 2019 for swindling a handful of victims out of more than $7m. But these crimes are just the final pages in a resume too thick to staple; for decades he’s duped victims in the US, Canada, Britain, Hong Kong and Australia. How did he do it? How did he evade authorities around the world for so long and what’s he done with all those tens of ...
 
"Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot" tells the story of one of the first major Civil Rights Era riots in the South. The immediate cause of the riot in Augusta, Ga. was the brutal murder of Charles Oatman, an African American teenager held by police in the county jail. During the riot, six Black men were killed by white police officers, all of them shot in the back. In a collaboration, students at the Jessye Norman School of the Arts join GPB in telling this story.
 
A church located in West St. Tammany Parish in Louisiana that focuses on living life on mission. With no building and no full time staff, Bridge Church has little overhead so that more resources can be poured out into the community through elderly visits, weekend lunches for school children, hurricane relief, celebrate recovery in the jail, and many more projects throughout the area. Find out more information at http://www.BridgeNorthshore.com
 
In each episode we will meet a fellow human being amidst scandal, public embarrassment, legal trouble, and messing up. The defendant will have 15 minutes to either apologize or coerce us into understanding what really happened. The audience then decides whether they are forgiven or sent to jail forever. Our mission is to construct a capsule of peaceful discussion to which even the alleged victims can say, "Alright OK, OK alright, OK OK, alright alright." Hosted and produced by Austin Mooney
 
A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
Serial is a podcast from the creators of This American Life, hosted by Sarah Koenig. Serial unfolds one story - a true story - over the course of a whole season. The show follows the plot and characters wherever they lead, through many surprising twists and turns. Sarah won't know what happens at the end of the story until she gets there, not long before you get there with her. Each week she'll bring you the latest chapter, so it's important to listen in, starting with Episode 1. New episode ...
 
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Democratic officials in Hudson County, NJ, voted Tuesday night to continue to jail immigrants for the federal government, reversing a 2018 plan to phase out the contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and rejecting 10 hours of heated and universal opposition from residents. More than 150 people dialed into a marathon virtual meeting to sp…
 
A very funny episode. Kevin & Jace go sicko mode on newbs while continues his effort to contract pink eye. Seriously funny episode ENJOY! Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/X8RRmGY Direct RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/brainjail/feed.xml Onlyfans: https://onlyfans.com/brainjailpod Send us an e-mail: BrainJailPod@gmail.com Write us a review so ever…
 
Bobby gives us behind the scenes moments from the CMA Awards last night, including a bonehead moment. Bobby explains why he gave Caitlin a shout-out while he was presenting the award for 'Single Of The Year'. Plus, Bobby, Eddie and Lunchbox try to guess the mystery guest! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertise…
 
In California, so-called quality of life laws criminalize panhandling, living in cars, and blocking sidewalks. Reporter Sarah McClure chronicles how arresting homeless individuals entangles them in a cycle of poverty and incarceration—and how three groups are breaking the cycle. This episode talks about some troubling details, which involve gun vio…
 
This morning we chat about jobs that are hard to find, Amy gives us five Fun Facts, and plays trivia with a caller. Plus, Bobby gives someone on the show a really cool gift & so much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio
 
We asked Macy’s if we could talk to their famous Santa about what it's like to interact with eager children in the age of Covid. The company replied by email: “Santa is gearing up for the holiday season ahead and is not available for interviews." So we said to ourselves, "Fine! We'll talk to Rory Scholl instead — he's been a Santa in New York for 1…
 
We answer some FAQ from you guys listening, play the bleeped lyrics game, Lunchbox calls a massage parlor to give his mom a massage, country artists share their favorite Thanksgiving memories & more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio
 
Test results from coronavirus vaccines are fast emerging, fuelling hopes that the end of the pandemic is in sight. But are countries ready to share the vaccine fairly? Global efforts to coordinate are already gaining ground - but some are concerned the battle for who gets what will mean some lower income countries could get left behind.…
 
Turkey, sweet potatoes, corn bread—chances are that's not what the Pilgrims ate on the first Thanksgiving. Nor did they exactly "invite" their Native American counterparts to partake in the feast. Nor was it even really a "thanksgiving." Instead, that 1621 meeting between Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe came about as a misunderstanding. After thei…
 
It's time for nice guys of the world to unite and stop being tools. Recovering Nice Guy Brendan Fitzgibbons talks with Dr. Robert Glover, Recovering Nice Guy and author of the fantastic book, "No More Mr. Nice Guy!" The two former Nice Guys turned whole people with awesome dogs, talk about why it ISN'T actually good being a Nice Guy, why the idea o…
 
We have some advice for parents that go to battle every day over screen time with their kids. Bobby & Amy take ‘The BFF Test,’ we play the Movie Theme Song game, Bobby’s former stepdad “Arkansas Keith” calls the show, country artists share their favorite Thanksgiving memories & more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podca…
 
Stuyvesant, Nostrand, Bergen, Van Cortlandt. Many of NYC's streets and neighborhoods were named for wealthy residents of the 17th, 18th and 19th century. But many of these people made their money in the slave trade. Now a new effort aims to increase awareness of the origins of that wealth. Reporter Bethel Habte profiled the project, called Slavers …
 
Government officials and health experts are warning people to stay home this Thanksgiving holiday and avoid large family gatherings to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Yet hundreds of thousands are expected to travel in our region. New York state has a tough quarantine policy for anyone arriving from outside the region but the enforcement has bee…
 
New York continues to reflect upon the life and legacy of Mayor David Dinkins, the city's first and only African American mayor who has died at 93. A trailblazer, Dinkins faced ongoing and some say unfair scrutiny. WNYC's City Hall and Politics reporter Brigid Bergin reports on the ways in which Mayor Dinkins and his administration faced a series o…
 
In this episode of Stay Tuned, “Revisiting Patterns of Change,” Boston College History Professor Heather Cox Richardson joins Preet to discuss the evolution of the Republican Party, the danger of false political imagery, and the lasting legacy of American racism. This episode initially aired in June 2020. The re-aired episode includes new exclusive…
 
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