Crime Seen | Episode 47: Killing County
Crime Seen is a true crime review podcast that gets to the heart of how true crime stories are told. Join Mari Forth @MariTalks2Much and Sarah Carradine @sarahcarradine as they put true crime properties under the magnifying glass. In this episode they examine KILLING COUNTY. Watch it on Hulu. Joining them is AJ Norris @thekidnorris
KILLING COUNTY is the third of three series made by ABC News Studios for Hulu, which dropped throughout January 2023. Check our our coverage of DEATH IN THE DORMS in episode 40 and WEB OF DEATH in episode 43. How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will our panel rate KILLING COUNTY? Listen to find out. Or jump to the ratings at about 57.24
Websites mentioned in the episode:
THE POLICE SCORECARD is the first nationwide public evaluation of policing in the United States – policescorecard.org
COURTWATCH PG is a growing community of volunteers from Prince George’s County, Maryland and the surrounding Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area — and beyond. They observe bail hearings in PG County District Court to document the county’s policies in action and to hold judicial actors accountable for injustice in the court system – https://courtwatchpg.com/
movie: TULSA BURNING: The 1921 Race Massacre (Stanley Nelson & Marco Williams, 2021)
documentary: KEEPERS OF THE DREAM: Seattle Women Black Panthers (Patricia Book & Malika Lee, 2020); AFTERSHOCK (Paula Eiselt & Tonya Lewis Lee, 2022); IN OUR MOTHERS’ GARDENS (Shantrelle P Lewis, 2021)
podcast: BEAR BROOK, Season 1 & Season 2 (NHPR, 2018 & 2023)
tv series: SNOWFALL (2017-2023)
You can jump to the recommendations at about 1.01.05
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