On this episode of They Walk Among America… Teachers hold a significant role in the lives of young children, second only to parents in terms of influence. Within the school environment, they are entrusted with the care and education of children, nurturing their growth and safeguarding their well-being. Consequently, parents place a considerable amount of trust in their children's teachers, relying on them to act in the best interests of their students. However, in 1998, a shocking violation of that trust unfolded in a school in Seattle, sending shockwaves worldwide. The case served as a stark reminder of the double standards that exist within society when it comes to female sexual predators…
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‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann.
Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
Things Gone Wrong by Moments
Dance of the Dying Swan by Enoch Yang
Winds of Change by Four Trees
Still by Alsever Lake
Creeper by Hill
Departure by Alice in Winter
Dark Cloud by Ian Kelosky
Nuclear Conception by Alice in Winter
They All Belong by Moments
Wickedly by Falls
Moon Shadow by The Europa Protoharmonic Symphony Orchestra
Birdhouse by EVOE
Runner by Falls
Glorious by LNDO
Forever and a Day by ltebloomr
Fight or Flight by Yerself
Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
A Mind of Her Own by Taiym
Romantic Conversation by VOLK
Closure by Dakota Mack
Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
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