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Kary Antholis founded Crime Story Media, LLC in July 2019, after retiring as President of Miniseries and Cinemax Programming at HBO. For full biography, see Publisher Biography link.

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My Interview with Attorney General William Barr: Following Up on the One Year Anniversary

Crime Story launched in August of last year with my interview with Attorney General William Barr. June 5, 2020 marked the one year anniversary of our recording that interview. The themes that came up in the conversation with the AG (implicit bias in law enforcement, Black Lives Matter protests, anger at injustices, criminal justice reform) remain stunningly resonant.  Here is how I introduced the interview on the crimestory.com website and on the Crime Story Podcast: Attorney General William Barr and I met when he was on the Board of Directors of Time Warner. I was working for HBO and its sister...

Chokehold, Amanda Knox and Lorena (Bobbitt) Gallo (Week 44)

Last week at crimestory.com, we devoted our entire newsletter to Crime Story Consulting Editor Paul Butler's column The Simple Opportunity to Breathe. This week we recap the past two weeks of work by Amanda Knox and Christopher Robinson as well as check in on Part 4 of Sean Smith's series examining COVID-19 in prison. But first, a word about our follow up to Paul Butler's column. On Tuesday of this past week we published Will the Chokehold Be Unlocked?: A Conversation with Paul Butler. In that interview, Paul and I revisited the themes and ideas in Paul’s 2016 book Chokehold: Policing...

Will the Chokehold Be Unlocked?: A Conversation with Paul Butler

Paul Butler is a Consulting Editor to CRIME STORY. He is also a Professor at Georgetown Law, a frequent contributor to MSNBC and the author of Chokehold: Policing Black Men. You can find his contributions to CRIME STORY here. Kary Antholis: On today’s podcast we have another in our series of conversations with Paul Butler, Georgetown Law Professor, former US Department of Justice Prosecutor and MSNBC Commentator. Paul also serves as a Consulting Editor to us at Crime Story Media. In our conversation we revisit the themes and ideas in Paul’s 2016 book Chokehold: Policing Black Men and it’s relevance to the wave...

The Simple Opportunity to Breathe (Week 43)

This week at crimestory.com, we honor the memory of George Floyd and the Movement for Black Lives by publishing Paul Butler's column The Simple Opportunity to Breathe in it's entirety. Paul Butler is a Consulting Editor to CRIME STORY. He is also a Professor at Georgetown Law, a frequent contributor to MSNBC and the author of Chokehold: Policing Black Men. You can find his contributions to CRIME STORY here. THUGS! That is the word the President of the United States used to describe a group of mostly black protesters in Minneapolis. The protests began after a Minneapolis Police Department officer killed George...

Interviews with Two Men Wrongfully Convicted (Week 42)

This week at crimestory.com, Amanda Knox continued her series of interviews with the wrongfully convicted, Chris Tarricone filed one last pre-hiatus story on the Robert Durst trial, and Sean Smith contributed another chapter on the way that the story of Covid-19 in prisons has been told in the press. We also introduced a new contributor. On Tuesday, we published Family, Friends, and Pets: Emotional Storytelling in the Trial of Robert Durst, Chris Tarricone's piece about the testimony of Virginia McKeon, the sister of Durst's presumed-dead wife Kathie and one of the last witnesses to take the stand before the trial was halted due to...

Why They Fight: Defense, Defendant and Prosecutor (Week 41)

This week at crimestory.com we presented a series of conversations with lawyers, each of whom brings an incredibly distinctive perspective to their respective practices. We also broke some news on the Robert Durst trial. And we continued our series of stories tracing the week by week development of the media coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic in American prisons and jails. On Monday, we published a piece entitled "The Guilty Project," Amanda Knox’s interview with Michael Romano and Susan Champion of Stanford Law's Three Strikes Project, who work to find people serving the longest and most unjust sentences and pursue reversals or commutations of those sentences. The...