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Wrongful Conviction

Lava for Good Podcasts

#446 Jason Flom with Dan Carnevale

MAY 2, 202442 MIN
Wrongful Conviction

#446 Jason Flom with Dan Carnevale

MAY 2, 202442 MIN

Description

A fire erupted in the basement of an apartment building in Pittsburgh, PA, on January 17, 1993, killing three people. Arson officials believed the fire was set purposefully, but the case went cold for 13 years. Dan Carnevale was arrested for the fire in 2006 based on the questionable testimony of a man claiming to be an eyewitness. All of the physical evidence in this case had been destroyed so the case against Dan relied solely on this witness, the testimony of a jailhouse informant, and junk science hypotheses. Dan was ultimately sentenced to life in prison without parole for arson and the three deaths. 

To learn more and get involved, visit:

https://lavaforgood.com/podcast/392-wrongful-conviction-junk-science-arson-evidence/https://lavaforgood.com/podcast/151-jason-flom-with-kristine-bunch/https://lavaforgood.com/podcast/429-jason-flom-with-greg-brown/https://oakmontbakery.com/

We started the Wrongful Conviction podcast to provide a voice to innocent people in prison. 

We want to hear your voices, too.

So call us at 833-207-4666 and leave us a message.

Tell us how these powerful, often tragic and sometimes triumphant, stories make you feel.  

Shocked?

Inspired?  

Motivated?

We want to know! 

We may even include your story in a future episode.

And hey, the more of you that join in, the more power our collective voices will have.

So tell a friend to listen and to call us too at 833-207-4666

Wrongful Conviction is a production of Lava for Good™ Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.