This week's topic is: True Crime and Ethics
juicy details: (phrase) personal or private details to a story or gossip that make it more interesting
heist: (n.) an elaborate crime with the goal of stealing something of value, usually jewelry or art
conman: (n.) someone who tricks someone else with a fake story or suspicious business for money
morbid curiosity: (phrase) a strong interest, usually towards something gruesome or related to death
therapeutic: (adj.) that which functions like therapy to someone, helping them deal with stress or trauma
solace: (n.) comfort or consolation in a time of distress.
catharsis: (n.) the idea that a person can deal with their repressed feelings by experiencing them as a spectator to someone else’s similar experience
figure: (v.) to have an important role, be part of a calculation or analysis
patriarchal: (adj.) of the “patriarchy”, the belief that men are in a position of power in society
moniker: (n.) a name or form of addressing
erasure: (n.) here, a group of people being largely ignored in a discussion
bolster: (v.) support or strengthen
cannot be overstated: (phrase) greatly emphasizes that something is the case
paradigm: (n.) typical example of an existing pattern.