Another Side of a Much-Discussed Story

Book review: Avery, by Ken Kratz Grim and plain - that was the nature of these truths. They may not be as exciting as conspiracy theories, but they do have the virtue of being supported by facts. Former Wisconsin special prosecutor Ken Kratz is kind of a sleazebag and he knows it. In 2010, his professional and... Continue Reading →

Fact and Memory, Punishment and Forgiveness

Book review: The Fact of a Body, by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich Book Depository What is offered here is my interpretation of the facts, my rendering, my attempt to piece together this story. As such, this is a book about what happened, yes, but it is also about what we do with what happened. It is about a murder, it... Continue Reading →

Anatomy of an Injustice

Book review: Adnan's Story: Murder, Justice, and the Case that Captivated a Nation, by Rabia Chaudry (Amazon / Book Depository) Like countless others, I was all-consumingly fascinated with the story presented in the Serial podcast back in fall 2014. We're aware that miscarriages of justice exist in the American judicial system, yet we also put an immense amount of faith... Continue Reading →

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