Crime Seen | Episode 70: Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case
Crime Seen is the 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 MISSING: THE LUCIE BLACKMAN CASE. Watch it on NETFLIX. Joining them is Sarah D Bunting instagram.com/bestevidencefyi
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The documentary and this discussion deal, in part, with sexual assault. Here are some resources.
In the US: Call the National Sexual Assault Hotline on 1-800-656-4673 or contact www.rainn.org
In Australia: You can seek support for sexual assault, family and domestic violence at 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732)
The documentary looks at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police building their car against the killer of Lucie Blackman and Carita Ridgeway, and the perpetrator of 150 to 400 sexual assaults. How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will they rate MISSING: THE LUCIE BLACKMAN CASE? Listen to find out. Or jump to the ratings at about 37.16
book: PEOPLE WHO EAT DARKNESS (Richard Lloyd Perry, 2011)
tv series: LAW & ORDER Season 5 episode 3 BLUE BAMBOO (1994)
substack: Best Evidence: TOKYO VICE by Eve Batey https://blotterpresents.substack.com/p/black-box-tokyo-vice-casting-home
article: Washington Post – Unique Harris by Monica Hesse https://wapo.st/3P0hOL0
book: AMERICAN FIRE (Monica Hesse, 2017)
series: UNTOLD: HALL OF SHAME (Netflix, 2023)
documentary: MY DAUGHTER’S KILLER (Netflix, 2022)
You can jump to the recommendations at about 42.11
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