New Zealanders love true crime. But real life isn’t that straightforward. True Justice is a five-part podcast series that shares the stories of those who have been through our prisons, and advocates for a more just justice system in Aotearoa.“Going to prison was like disappearing. It was just about becoming nothing. You're not going to get positive out of that, like, you can't put negative into something and expect to draw something positive out of that” - Jamie, Episode 5, True Justice.True Justice is hosted by Ana Chaya Scotney, a Tūhoe / Jewish actor and musician (Cousins, the Breaker...
Ximena Smith • Stuff NZ • Oct 1, 2022
"For many who haven’t had first-hand experience of the justice system, True Justice will be an enlightening listen – while obviously prison isn’t supposed to be a particularly pleasant or fun experience...True Justice nevertheless gives a comprehensive rundown of the justice system’s current flaws through the voices of people who’ve lived through it – and I think that very much makes it worth a listen."