Who Is Maggie Freleng? Wikipedia And Bio
Maggie Freleng is the radio host and show producer who primarily works on the issues of incorrect convictions, gender, sexual issues, social challenges, and mental illness. Freleng is the host and producer of Suave, the 2022 recipient of the International Documentary Award, and Pulitzer Prize winner on PRX and Futuro studios.
Maggie Freleng does not have a Wikipedia page at this hour, but several social media pages and platforms cover her work. Talking about her current work, she has just released the new episodes of her popular show, Wrongful Conviction, with Maggie Freleng.
The podcast is about serious conversations between Maggie and the men/women who have served time in jail for crimes they did not commit. Maggie runs the show in her renowned and distinctive style, inviting other acclaimed guests as well.
Check out the latest ep of #wrongfulconviction with @maggiefreleng for a conversation with @amandaknox on Tammy Poole's case. Tammy was forced to fit a story conjured by those in power, ultimately making her seem guilty for a crime that never happened:— Wrongful Conviction (@WrongConviction) August 17, 2022
In the latest episode that aired on August 18, 2022, and was underwritten by AIG, a leading global insurance company, Maggie converses with Amanda Knox, the infamous American journalist and activist. Together they discuss Tammy Poole's case.
In April 2007, Tammy Poole was found guilty of murdering her husband, Robert Michael Poole. She was charged with a convicted felony, family violence, and lying to the police. Tammy was forced to fit a story conjured by those in power, ultimately making her seem guilty for a crime she never did.