In our early episode “Wicked Part of Me” we touched on a few cases straight off of Washington’s, now former, Death Row. In today’s case, we’ll dive deep into one of those cases, the story of Cal Brown, a picture-perfect example of how parole can go very wrong and innocent people can end up dead.
Episode Host: Alisha Holland
Cal Coburn Brown
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