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Brooklyn North is the true story of how four black men were wrongfully convicted of murder — nearly all connected to a once-legendary NYPD homicide detective, Louis Scarcella. Jonathan Fleming, Sundhe Moses, Jabbar Washington and John Bunn were among dozens of innocent New Yorkers, who spent decades in prison — guilty until proven innocent. This Original documentary follows their relentless fight to unveil an insidious pattern of police and prosecutorial corruption in Brooklyn at the height of the war on drugs and a historic peak in violent crime in the 1980s and ‘90s.

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wow riveting

I couldn't stop listening. The corruption in our world 🌎😪 is heart breaking listening to this audio book has inspired me as I know how I felt when wrongfully accused

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Marvelous

Excellent. I could barely take time to sleep. Riveting listen, no boring podcast here. A must listen.

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Today's Wrong Criminal convictions.

Very interesting story about, this happening in the world today. quite shocking what innocent go through and loose years off of there everyday life.