The title is self explanatory - here are there stories that you'll want to read today.
1. Did a dubious confession sway a medical examiner's autopsy findings?
A reminder that we should always be questioning and investigating the findings reported and the people making them.
2. How "Making a Murderer" got it wrong.
Ugh. The debate continues. I actually disagree with almost everything Schultz put in this article, but I did agree with her comparison between MAM and Serial, and I always advocate listening to the contrarian view. Let me put it this way, I agree with portions of her critique about the show, but her real-life analysis of the criminal justice system is skewed.
and, let's do another death penalty-related post:
3. Kansas v. Carr
The best stories you'll want to know about from Tennessee and around the country.
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