April 25, 2024
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#983 Jennifer Pan’s Labyrinth
As the hit Netflix documentary What Jennifer Did draws criticism for manipulating source materials, we talk to Karen K. Ho about the differences between True Crime and journalism. 
Jonathan Goldsbie
News Editor
James Nicholson
Producer
Caleb Thompson
Audio Editor
Karyn Pugliese
Editor-in-Chief
André Proulx
Production Coordinator

Umar Zameer is acquitted of murdering a Toronto police officer, but the way his case was handled by the media and politicians raises questions about the impact of public narratives in high-profile legal cases.

Plus, Goldsbie sits court-side, and why Connie Walker deserves an apology.

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Host: Jonathan Goldsbie

Credits: James Nicholson (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor), André Proulx (Production Coordinator), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)

Guest: Karen K. Ho

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