From Serial Productions and The New York Times in partnership with ProPublica and Nashville Public Radio, “The Kids of Rutherford County” is reported and hosted by Meribah Knight, a Peabody-award winning reporter based in the South. For over a decade, one Tennessee county arrested and illegally jailed hundreds, maybe thousands, of children. A four-part narrative series reveals how this came to be, the adults responsible for it, and the two lawyers, former juvenile delinquents themselves, who try to do something about it.
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The lawyers settle with the county, which agrees to pay the kids who were wrongfully arrested and illegally jailed; the hard part is actually getting the kids paid. more
Wes Clark reads a telling line in a police report about how Rutherford County’s juvenile justice system really works. He and his law partner Mark Downton realize they have a massive class action on their hands. more
A young lawyer named Wes Clark can’t get the Rutherford County juvenile court to let his clients out of detention — even when the law says they shouldn’t have been held in the first place. He’s frustrated and demoralized, until he makes a friend. more
I REALLY want to listen to this because the storyline is great but… the way her voice trails at the end of every. single. word. makes me want to scream.
so hard to get past the vocal fryyyyyyyy
Enjoyed the episodes and I’m so glad this story has been brought to light!! As someone that grew up in Rutherford County, we all knew someone that went to “Juvie” and everyone knew it took very little to get there and that it was simply jail. I’m so proud of those that stood up for these children and disappointed in others that didn’t. more
Seems like an interesting story but the narrator has absurd vocal fry ruining the show. It’s an audio only medium, why would you not have a narrator who’s pleasant to listen to?
Amazing podcast - more
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The Kids of Rutherford County launched 5 months ago and published 5 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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