Cleveland's Talkin' Serial, Season 3, Episodes 3 and 4
Gun violence, snitching, the "137 shots" case, Steve Loomis and history of the CPPA in Cleveland, and the the difficulty of reporting in a city where officials won't talk "on the record": there's A LOT to talk about in episodes 3 and 4 of Serial season 3.
We talk it out with Rachel Dissell, reporter for The Plain Dealer, Andrea Whitaker, criminal defense attorney, and attorney Rebecca Maurer, author of the "SerialLand" blog where she seeks to add some context and history to each episode of Serial this season.
Hosted by ideastream’s Elizabeth Miller and Lawrence Daniel Caswell.
Look for the next episode of "Cleveland Talks Serial" after Serial season 3, episode 6 drops!
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Rebecca Maurer’s “SerialLand for Serial episode 3 - http://bit.ly/2QH9qPB
Rebecca Maurer’s “SerialLand for Serial episode 4 - http://bit.ly/2QHpelv
Cleveland Scene’s episode 3 recap - http://bit.ly/2QJcSte
Cleveland.com’s episode 3 recap - http://bit.ly/2QJrMQi
Cleveland.com’s episode 4 recap - http://bit.ly/2QEskqv
Cleveland Scene’s episode 4 recap - http://bit.ly/2QFDdYZ
The “137 Shots”/Brelo case”:
Everything you need to know about the Michael Brelo verdict - http://bit.ly/2QHoInz
Why the judge found Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo not guilty - http://bit.ly/2QH8Ykn
Listen to reactions from the defense following the Brelo verdict - http://bit.ly/2QHK5VQ
Documents from Michael Brelo Investigation - http://bit.ly/2QFCFlM
Arbitrator upholds firing of Cleveland Police pfficer Michael Brelo, overturns five other terminations - http://bit.ly/2QF9W0w
City considering police monitor's call for more consent decree hiring - http://bit.ly/2QHwyxE
Cleveland Police voice reservations over consent decree - http://bit.ly/2QFRlS4
The Cleveland Consent Decree: Tracking Progress (from 2015) - http://bit.ly/2QJwEEZ
Do federal consent decrees improve local police departments? This study says they might - https://wapo.st/2QElfWT
Confronting implicit bias in the New York Police Department - https://nyti.ms/2QHpssR
'The baby's dead': Emotional 911 calls made after Aavielle Wakefield shooting (audio) - http://bit.ly/2QJu41Q
Cleveland police arrest man wanted in killing of 5-month-old Aavielle Wakefield - http://bit.ly/2QFbnMs
Officer who shot Tamir Rice hired by small police department in Bellaire, Ohio - https://cnn.it/2QFBxi2
Bellaire residents speak out against police hire - http://bit.ly/2QC3kjq
Cleveland judge: 'I will not send people to jail' after sixth inmate dies in four months - http://bit.ly/2QHF9QF
Inmate deaths point to need for leadership -- and new county jail: Mark Naymik - http://bit.ly/2QGAQVM
Cuyahoga County wants outside investigator to probe jails after six deaths in four months - http://bit.ly/2QBCYOK
84 of This Year's 100 Documented Cleveland Homicides Were the Result of Gunfire - http://bit.ly/2QEgXif
Cleveland wants your feedback on proposal for police department's search-and-seizure policies - http://bit.ly/2QBCFDA
Cleveland City Council members talk police mini-stations and investigative units - http://bit.ly/2QHXugF
Cleveland Police Chief updates City Council on staffing, mission - http://bit.ly/2QFWBoY
Implicit Bias and Policing - http://bit.ly/2QGbxmU