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Murder in Boston: When a racist lie hoodwinked America

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In 1989, the city of Boston was gripped by the murder of Carol Stuart. Stuart was seven months pregnant when her husband Chuck told police a Black man shot and killed her. The police tore through Boston’s predominantly Black community Mission Hill neighbourhood, searching for a culprit. But by the time the real killer came to light, the damage was already done.

In this episode, Boston Globe editor, Adrian Walker joins us to talk about his podcast, Murder in Boston, which revisits this sensational case and the shocking twist that upended the narrative too many were quick to believe.

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This episode's transcript can be found here.

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