Pay attention and subscribe to our podcast out of your cell gadget:
Via Apple Podcasts | Via Spotify | Via Stitcher

The story of Harvey Weinstein is a narrative of patterns. Scores of girls — greater than 80 — have given eerily comparable accounts of abuse and harassment by the highly effective film mogul.

This week, two years after these allegations had been first reported in The New York Occasions, Mr. Weinstein’s trial opens in New York. Within the first a part of a two-part collection, we examine why the case went from 80 potential plaintiffs to 2.

READ  Trump aides name on Democrats to make counter-offer on shutdown

This episode comprises descriptions of sexual violence.

Background studying:

  • Mr. Weinstein’s fame preceded him as he stepped right into a Manhattan courthouse this week to face prices of rape and felony sexual exercise, making it difficult to find jurors who didn’t have already got sturdy opinions concerning the case.

  • The reporters who broke the primary investigation into Mr. Weinstein explain why the trial rests on a narrow legal case with an already fraught again story and why the result’s extremely unpredictable.

  • On the primary day of Mr. Weinstein’s trial, two different felony allegations towards him were released in Los Angeles.

READ  FBI prices two males in Calgary ransomware assault

Tune in, and inform us what you suppose. Electronic mail us at [email protected]. Comply with Michael Barbaro on Twitter: @mikiebarb. And if you happen to’re thinking about promoting with “The Every day,” write to us at [email protected].

Megan Twohey contributed reporting.

“The Every day” is made by Theo Balcomb, Andy Mills, Lisa Tobin, Rachel Quester, Lynsea Garrison, Annie Brown, Clare Toeniskoetter, Paige Cowett, Michael Simon Johnson, Brad Fisher, Larissa Anderson, Wendy Dorr, Chris Wooden, Jessica Cheung, Alexandra Leigh Younger, Jonathan Wolfe, Lisa Chow, Eric Krupke, Marc Georges, Luke Vander Ploeg, Adizah Eghan, Kelly Prime, Julia Longoria, Sindhu Gnanasambandan, Jazmín Aguilera, M.J. Davis Lin, Dan Powell, Austin Mitchell, Sayre Quevedo, Monika Evstatieva, Neena Pathak and Dave Shaw. Our theme music is by Jim Brunberg and Ben Landsverk of Wonderly. Particular due to Sam Dolnick, Mikayla Bouchard, Stella Tan, Julia Simon and Lauren Jackson.

READ  US seeks to curtail inexperienced playing cards for immigrants on public help


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here