Screenshot of Jay’s interview header.
I never thought it would actually happen. That Jay Wilds would give an interview. When I saw his Facebook post last week, the one that quickly disappeared, I thought either someone would advise him to not to talk or the DA’s office in Maryland would make sure he didn’t.
Luckily for all of us, neither of those things happened. Jay talked and my head exploded. So did my Twitter feed, because I have trouble not being reactive. Anyhow. Back to the crazy that was Jay’s interview.
I guess we start at the beginning. With lie number one: Continue reading
In three days of fundraising, we’ve raised over $20,000 for Adnan’s legal defense fund. I am incredibly grateful for the kindness and generosity of both friends and strangers, and we’ve only just begun. If you enjoy my blog, and get something out of it, a request that you please donate if you haven’t done so already. It doesn’t have to be a lot, whatever you can give. Here is where you can give to his fund. Continue reading
I don’t deny I am relieved that Serial is over. Not that it wasn’t a tremendous expose on Adnan’s case, and the result of so much time and effort by Sarah and her team which I’ll always appreciate, and its literally breathed new life into future prospects of exoneration. But because as difficult as it was for the general public to swing back and forth between sides, guided effortlessly by Sarah, it was even harder on those who know and love Adnan.
We never knew what parts of the story Sarah would chose to tell, and how she would chose to tell it. And I promise you, the parts you tell and how you tell it make all the difference in what the world hears. So we would wait to see which way the wind blew each week, and often wonder why Sarah left out certain things. In a way, as Sarah wondered if Adnan was manipulating her, we all wondered if Sarah was doing the same thing to us. Continue reading