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Cafe Studios presents Doing Justice, hosted by Preet Bharara. Justice is about doing the right thing, in the right way, for the right reasons. And it's about making sure that no one is above the law. Doing Justice is CAFE's new narrative podcast, based on host Preet Bharara's bestselling book.

In each episode Preet explores the key elements of a case from the unique perspective of the prosecutor whose job it is to grapple with urgent moral and legal questions. Should we allow an elected official to run for re-election while he’s under investigation? Can we prosecute a police officer for planning to kidnap his victims?

Preet is the host of the hit podcast Stay Tuned and is the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. It is not always clear how justice works, and he is the perfect person to take us through each investigation, unravel a mystery, and ultimately show us how things can be made right again.

Subscribe now to Doing Justice - from CAFE Studios, produced in partnership with Transmitter Media.
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In this sixth and final episode of Doing Justice, Preet tells the story of Rais Bhuiyan, the victim of a white supremacist hate crime. Bhuiyan forgave the man who shot him and launched a global campaign to get his would-be-killer off death row. The justice system isn’t only about punishment, but also about closure and forgiveness. For references and a transcript, visit: https://cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-6-beyond-justice/ Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written by Mitchell Johnson and produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz and Dan O’Donnell. We had production help from Jessica Glazer. Our editor is Sara Nics and executive producer is Gretta Cohn. The executive producer at Cafe studios is Tamara Sepper. And the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was our mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this fifth episode of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara’s six-part adaptation of his bestselling book, Preet recounts the story of SueAnn, a sex worker who was brutally assaulted and robbed in her own home. SueAnn was almost denied her day in court -- until one SDNY prosecutor connected the dots and found the final piece of evidence to convict SueAnn's attacker. NOTE: This episode contains graphic depictions of violence and sexual assault and may not be suitable for all listeners. Check back next Wednesday for the final episode of the series, which will focus on the inspiring story of Rais Bhuiyan, who tried to save the man who shot him. For references and a transcript, visit: https://cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-5-long-shot-justice/ Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written and produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz. We had production help from Jessica Glazer. Our editor is Sara Nics and executive producer is Gretta Cohn. The executive producer at Cafe studios is Tamara Sepper. And the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. The reenactments of SueAnn’s testimony were voiced by Erin Nicole Lundquist. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was our mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this fourth episode of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara’s six-part adaptation of his bestselling book, Preet recounts the twisting tale of Hassan Nemazee. For years, Nemazee, a Democratic philanthropist, pulled off multi-million dollar bank fraud to fund his extravagant lifestyle of private jets, fancy cars and expensive art…until the house of cards he built came crashing down. For references and a transcript, visit: cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-4-urbane-cowboy Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written by Lacy Roberts and produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz. The editor is Sara Nics and the executive producer is Gretta Cohn. Jessica Glazer provided production help. The executive producer at CAFE Studios is Tamara Sepper and the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was the mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this CAFE Insider Bonus, Preet and CNN global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga discuss the third episode of Preet's new narrative podcast series, Doing Justice, and talk through why Preet chose to include the harrowing case of the ‘cannibal cop.’  To hear Preet's conversations with Bianna about the five other episodes of Doing Justice and to access exclusive podcasts, articles, and notes, sign up to be a CAFE Insider at CAFE.com/Insider.  Purchase the paperback of the book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this third episode of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara's six-part adaptation of his bestselling book, Preet tells the disturbing story of former NYPD Officer Gilberto Valle. People who work in law enforcement learn to have a special sense of impending danger, like a little voice in our heads that goes, “God forbid.” God forbid somebody should be planning a terrible crime, and no one steps in to stop him. There have been a lot of those moments in Preet’s career. This case was one of the worst. NOTE: This episode contains graphic depictions of violence and sexual assault and may not be suitable for all listeners. For references and a transcript, visit: cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-3-god-forbid Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written & produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz. Our editor is Sara Nics and the executive producer is Gretta Cohn. We had production help from Ariana Lee. The executive producer at CAFE Studios is Tamara Sepper and the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was our mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this second episode of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara's six-part adaptation of his bestselling book, Preet tells the story of former New York State Assemblyman Nelson Castro, who went undercover after being caught in a lie and helped SDNY put away a corrupt politician and his conspirators. Check back each Wednesday to hear Preet grapple with the moral dimensions of some of the cases that inspired and challenged him during his prosecutorial career. For references and a transcript, visit:  cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-2-the-pol-who-flipped Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written & produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz. Our editor is Sara Nics and the executive producer is Gretta Cohn. The executive producer at CAFE Studios is Tamara Sepper and the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was our mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this first episode of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara's six-part adaptation of his bestselling book, Preet recounts the case of Eric Glisson, who was sentenced to 25 to life for a murder he didn’t commit. Seventeen years into his sentence, an SDNY investigator discovered that someone else had already confessed to the crime. Check back each Wednesday for the next six weeks to hear Preet grapple with the moral dimensions of some of the cases that inspired and challenged him during his prosecutorial career. For references and a transcript, visit: cafe.com/doing-justice-podcast/episode-1-a-death-in-soundview Purchase the paperback of the bestselling book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com Doing Justice is produced in collaboration with Transmitter Media. This episode was written & produced by Shoshi Shmuluvitz. Our editor is Sara Nics and the executive producer is Gretta Cohn. The executive producer at CAFE Studios is Tamara Sepper and the chief business officer is Geoff Isenman. Meral Agish fact checked this episode. And Hannis Brown composed our original music and was our mix engineer for this series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Excerpt – God Forbid

Excerpt – God Forbid

2021-01-2103:41

Doing Justice is the new podcast from CAFE Studios, home of Stay Tuned with Preet. In this excerpt from an upcoming episode, we meet the FBI agent who reviewed the case of a police officer planning to kidnap, torture and eat his victims. This case was very different from the action movie stuff he was used to, one that would change the way he understood the world and what other people were capable of. This case looked more like the plot of a horror film. Doing Justice is hosted by Preet Bharara and explores cases from the unique perspective of prosecutors grappling with urgent legal and moral questions. Each episode of Doing Justice explores a case, tells a story and defies expectations. Subscribe now, wherever you're listening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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2021-01-0700:131

Cafe Studios presents Doing Justice, based on the bestselling book by Preet Bharara. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comments (5)

deb

Dang! Story definitely made me cry & honesty want to reach out to both Rais & Mark with hugs. Rais made Mark seem human! What a compelling story about forgiveness & compassion! Everybody NEEDS a friend, advocate & person like Rais Bhuiyan in their life! His friends, family are blessed & lucky! ❤ ❤

Mar 6th
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ICSDroid

I have a few of questions. First is if you found the irrefutable proof that he was the person that committed the robbery isn't that also irrefutable proof that he was the person that raped her? If he raped her I wouldn't imagine he wore a condom. Was there a rape kit taken at the hospital? If so was DNA found? Since he was never arrested or charged by Brooklyn police double jeopardy doesn't come into play so couldn't they use the evidence you found to then charge him locally with rape and armed robbery? Thanks for a great podcast.

Feb 26th
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John Buckner

Totally loved the music backup! The strings playing long sections in pizzicato perfectly set the mood. Ha!

Feb 3rd
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Lillian Priante

so good.

Feb 3rd
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Vince Samios

first 🤣

Jan 19th
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