He has donated these great raw interview files to the public domain, which means any of you indepedent producers out there (whether it be blogs, podcasts, radio, video) can feel free to chop out the bits you need and use them for whatever projects you like. In a email conservation David said, "It was my second interview with Foster, and so rather than ask him to go over his case again, I asked him to talk about the LaHood family, his daughter, and how it feels to face execution. Amador spoke about his case, what he thought convicted him, and his dreams. He also speaks about how Foster's case is far more unfair than his. They're not really meant to be listened to from start to finish ... but chopped up and listened to in bits. "
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