Crime Redefined’s second episode in a series highlighting celebrity justice warriors. Kim Kardashian West has quickly become a prominent figure in criminal justice reform. She has met with the President, advocating for clemency for Alice Marie Johnson and for the First Step Act. Teaming with Shawn Holley and Van Jones, Ms. Kardashian West has obtained big results by leveraging her passion, celebrity, and influence. She has also visited a women’s prison and offered to pay rent for Matthew Charles, one of the first prisoners released due to the First Step Act. We discuss what drove her to this new calling and her ongoing work in this area. Hosted by Dion Mitchell and Mehul Anjaria. A Zero Cliff Media production.
Crime Redefined kicks off a new series highlighting who we call ‘celebrity justice warriors’. Some know him for Law & Order: SVU, and some know him as the OG of gangsta rap. We are excited to feature the work of Ice-T in impacting the criminal justice system! In this episode, we discuss a presentation Ice-T made at a TEDx event at Sing Sing prison and recap the season-two premier of his show “In Ice Cold Blood” which can be seen on Oxygen. Hosted by Dion Mitchell and Mehul B. Anjaria. A Zero Cliff Media production.
Insight on two high-profile Chicago cases-R.Kelly and Jussie Smollett. The court of public opinion versus the legal system are dissected as the hosts examine the explosive combination of media, politics, and justice. Mehul B. Anjaria discusses possible defense strategy to deal with the DNA evidence in the R.Kelly case. Dion Mitchell describes his personal experience being on a Hollywood set when an actor returns after being caught in a scandal. Hosted by Dion Mitchell and Mehul B. Anjaria. A Zero Cliff Media production.