The evidence is mad weak!- Michael Morton and Adnan Syed
Wife of Crime
On this week's episode I'm telling Russ about the brutal murder of Christine Morton. We hear "the husband did it" all the time in true crime but what happens when the people investigating your wife's murder automatically jump to that conclusion way too quickly?! We also discuss the decision last week to overturn the murder conviction of Adnan Syed. Both of these cases have some real similarities, one of them being the evidence is mad weak! Moral of the story ... "We need justice over convictions!"Become a Patron!www.Patreon.com/wifeofcrimepodSponsors!Better Helpwww.Betterhelp.com/wifeofcrime1Master Classwww.masterclass.com/wifeofcrimeKa'chavawww.ka'chava.com/wifeofcrime1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The prosecutors in the Adnan Syed case have moved to vacate Syed's sentence after he has already spent over 22 years in prison. This is an extremely rare thing to happen in our justice system. Syed was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee in 2000 and now it has come to light that he is probably innocent! We got Bob Motta, criminal defense attorney and host of the Defense Diaries podcast, on the line to help us understand how and why this is happening. (Apologies for the sub-par audio...)Join our Patreon and enjoy early and ad-free episodes, tons of bonus episodes, discounts on our merchandise and more! www.patreon.com/palmahawkmedia Visit our website paradiseafterdark.com for links to our store, Patreon, tip jar and more! Facebook.com/paradiseafterdarkpodcastInstagram @paradiseafterdarkpodcastTwitter @paradisedark239TikTok @palmahawkmediaIf you see something say something!!Music by Captain Fathands @ captainfathands.com
Let The Women: Rabia Chaudry on the Case Against Adnan Syed
True Crime Obsessed
Long before the hit podcast Serial spurred the world into podcast-listening, Rabia Chaudry was on a mission. The 1999 murder of a high school student named Hae Min Lee left a community grieving and a family friend of Rabia’s, 17-year-old Adnan Syed, in the crosshairs. He was sentenced to life in prison, where he still is to this day. In this episode, we’ll trace Rabia’s decades-long fight to free Adnan, find Hae’s killer and champion the truths of so many others along the way. This episode is part of a ten-part series called Let The Women Do The Work. Join host Gillian Pensavalle as she follows the stories of ten dynamic, inspiring, badass women in true crime. This week's sponsors: Babbel - Save up to 60% off your subscription when you go to babbel.com/women. Credit Karma - Go to creditkarma.com or the Credit Karma app to find the card for you. Apostrophe - Go to apostrophe.com/work and click "begin visit." Then, use our code WORK at sign up and you'll get your first visit for only 5 dollars. Prose - go to prose.com/work for your FREE in-depth hair consultation and 15% off.
We're back but probably not better than ever. This week brings us the second half of the Hae Lee and Adnan case. Daphne is still barely able to get her words out so please remember to laugh WITH us and not AT us. Instagram and twitter: stirthepot_pod Rate and review! please! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stir-the-pot-pod/support
S2 Ep 14: The start of the obsession: Did Adnan Syed really kill Hae Min Lee? Part 1
So what do you think?
In 2014 a true crime podcast called Serial captured the attention of millions, and for so many of us started a true crime podcast obsession. Soon everyone had an opinion on who killed Baltimore schoolgirl, Hae Min Lee. However, it was 2 follow on podcasts that brought the big guns, finding new evidence and uncovering the truly bizarre and corrupt nature of this case. In this episode we break down the case, and look at the phenomena that was Serial. Tell us what you think. Video of body site https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BofHntMaE-E Video of Hae’s car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f41Dz7Q5dro Trial exhibit photos https://www.adnansyedwiki.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/UdA16-Trial-Exhibits-Photos-with-index.pdf Intro/outro "Sugar Sugar" by Fast Lady
S1 Ep 14: The start of the obsession: Did Adnan Syed really kill Hae Min Lee? Part 2
So what do you think?
In 2014 a true crime podcast called Serial captured the attention of millions, and for so many of us started a true crime podcast obsession. Soon everyone had an opinion on who killed Baltimore schoolgirl, Hae Min Lee. However, it was 2 follow on podcasts that brought the big guns, finding new evidence and uncovering the truly bizarre and corrupt nature of this case. In this episode we look at podcasts 'Undisclosed' and 'Serial Dynasty' and discuss what they uncovered and what it all means for the case. Intro/outro "Sugar Sugar" by Fast Lady
S4E9: Adnan Syed and DNA tests, Inventing Anna, how are scones best served and do Ant and Dec earn an equal income?
What Do We Know
Hi guys,Hope you're having a great week. Today, we are all back together as Arooj is back from LA and we start off by talking about her holiday. We then go into one of the most popular podcasts EVER, Serial (defo listen if you haven't already!!), where season 1 explored the case of Adnan Syed whose case is currently going through further investigation and DNA testing. Sundus speaks about her latest Netflix watch, Inventing Anna, and we round off with some thoughts on Fearne Cotton and whether Ant and Dec earn an equal income...!??As always, hope you enjoy the episode and catch us on our insta @wdwk_podcast.Thanks, Mani xoxo
Diving into the Adnan Syed Case with Podcaster and best selling author, Rabia Chaudry
Back To School with Maz Jobrani
This week we’re joined by podcaster, author and attorney Rabia Chaudry who is here to talk to us about the Adnan Syed case, the wrongful convictions of Muslims in America after 9/11 and why you could go to prison for dating and smoking weed in high school!
Beau Turner and Mars Piacente are best friends from Atlanta, Georgia, who have a passion for true crime cases, learning the intricacies of them, and understanding what may or may not be true... as well as enjoying a good happy hour. Today we talk about the case made famous by Serial podcast's Sarah Koenig: the death of Hae Min Lee, an 18 year old Korean-American student whose murder investigation involves her closest friends, her secret ex-boyfriend, and the diary she kept throughout high school. Was Adnan Syed truly guilty? Or is the perpetrator still on the loose today? https://www.facebook.com/happyhourandhomicide https://twitter.com/homicidehourpod https://www.instagram.com/happyhourandhomicide/