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More than two decades after Darrell Cannon was tortured into a false confession of murder, he was finally released from prison with hardly an apology. He wasn’t the only one with a story to tell.

Award-winning author Natalie Y. Moore reveals the fight for justice and reparations engineered by Chicago’s Black People Against Police Torture movement. More than one hundred African Americans were brutalized by Chicago Police Department Commander Jon Burge’s sadistic, state-sanctioned “interrogation” ring that operated within the department for decades. The racist CPD cover-up had no chance against the appalling evidence leveled by survivors. In this landmark hearing, “sorry” wasn’t going to cut it.

Natalie Y. Moore’s Payback is part of Southside, a collection of five true stories about racism and reform, crime and corruption, justice and injustice in Chicago - from the Pulitzer Prize-winning team at The Marshall Project. Each story can be listened to in a single sitting.

©2018 Natalie Y. Moore. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Jordan T. Brantley
  • 2020/08/08

Bookworm Speaks! - Payback

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The killing of George Floyd has been a watershed moment for the United States of America. Only time will tell if such an outpouring will produce any lasting results and changes but it does seem that more and more people are becoming more aware of the vast inequities that exist within American society. This Audible original is one such example. An innocent man suffered a brutal miscarriage of justice and when the crime and corruption were exposed leading to his release, barely anything was done. On top of that, the apology was barely enough. It certainly wasn't for me! A very well produced story, short but sweet, and in spite of the outrageous subject matter, ends on a hopeful note.

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  • Monique B
  • 2018/09/11

Good short read, but I wanted more.

This was a good read, I wanted more context. I never knew about the horrid things police officers were doing in Chicago, but it is a sad long truth. I look forward to reading the other short stories in the series. I have 5 of them.

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  • Mel and Em
  • 2021/10/11

a story that needs told

sad how relatable this stuff still is in today's society but glad I know about this now.its not something I had previously heard about

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  • Samuel Mitchell
  • 2021/02/10

Truly enjoyed

Excellent information with the African- American approach. Historically mapping systemic racism in the very society we live in today.

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  • Kenneth Denman
  • 2021/01/22

Uncovered

Powerful documentation all school districts nationwide need to incorporate into their government graduation requirements. Thanks for your investigative courage.

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  • Ian Atkinson-Baker
  • 2019/05/15

Excellent

This was a very good story. A very troubling and eye opening experience given, and it ends on a hopeful note. I thought it was very well prepared and professional.