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The Real Killer: Leah Rothman Tackles A Highly Complex Case

Exactly how many people have been wrongfully imprisoned in the United States? Given the nature of the question and the complexities of cases, that’s a difficult one to answer, especially with any real accuracy.

However, according to, “Extrapolating from the 281 known DNA exonerations in the U.S. since the late 1980s, a conservative estimate is that one percent of the U.S. prison population, approximately 20,000 people, are falsely convicted.”

Taking a more liberal estimate, let’s triple that number to three percent. That would indicate a 97% success rate in convictions. 

If you were a quarterback in the NFL, you might sell your soul for a 97% completion percentage. If you were trading stocks, you would likely become mega-wealthy if 97% of your moves were successful. And a high-school student averaging 97% on all his or her tests would certainly be considered top of class, if not valedictorian.

A 97% success rate in convictions…

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40 Over 40 in Podcasting for 2022

In our April issue, we celebrated 40 podcasters under the age of forty who are passionate about their topic of influence in the podcasting medium. This month, we asked for your help in identifying 40 Over Forty podcasters who also tirelessly strive to share their passion, knowledge, and experience in their specific areas of interest with listeners worldwide.

One of the beautiful aspects of the world of podcasting is that it doesn’t discern. People from all walks of life—all ages, races, religions, and opinions—have a place, making it that much easier for them to find audiences that turn into communities.

To the 40 Over Forty featured in the following pages, we salute and congratulate you!


Alex Terranova is the host of The DreamMason Podcast, co-host of The Coaching Show and The Frequency Shifters Show, and producer of over 15 other podcasts. A “performance alchemist” dubbed “The Anti-Excuses Coach” by Yahoo Finance, he supports wildly successful…

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Leveling Up Your Podcast

Podcasts are proving to be a profitable venture for companies. Thus, the scramble has begun to find the next big sensations. While some podcast-production companies are looking for a staff to put together a bunch of great shows, others are mining the world of independent podcasters. 

The companies behind the Racket App and the Stir App recently got together to help independent podcasters who aren’t getting the kind of sponsor money big shows receive via the Podcash campaign. 

Austin Petersmith, the CEO of Racket, said while the idea of giving away $100K to podcasters is a marketing plan, they’ve created it with more of a goodwill air. Thousands of podcasters applied, and recently, some were awarded between $250 and $5,000 in sponsorship money. In return, Racket and Stir hope those podcasters will throw some love their way on their shows. 

One of the hardest things to do with a podcast is spend money when there is no revenue. An extra $250 to $5,000 goes …

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