Ep 72: Zak Grieve and the Cost of Innocence

In this episode of Curtain the Podcast hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the case of Zak Grieve, a young Aboriginal man serving a cruel sentence for a crime he didn’t commit in the NT. Then the discussion turns to mandatory minimum sentences and the impact they have on Aboriginal people, plus the enormous financial cost of trying to free and an innocent person from behind bars. 

This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast


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