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    NYPD: Biggest Gang in New York? (2016)

    NYPD: Biggest Gang in New York? is undoubtedly one of the most shocking, disturbing and anger-inflaming documentaries you’ll ever see. In one clip we see up to 10 police officers roughly manhandle a young black man to the ground. His crime? Flicking a cigarette butt on to the pavement, something that thousands of New […]

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    Romper Room Gang (2009)

    Growing up near the ironically named Country Club Crest, Dre was subject to the crime and poverty that comes with living in a low-income area that had been destroyed by crack cocaine. Dre’s inventive lyrics and ability to articulate life in the Crest gave him instant credibility with his underground audience. However, before he […]

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    Ross Kemp On Gangs: New Zealand Mongrel Mob (2005)

    Ross explores the violent underworld beneath the rolling hills and sweeping valleys of one of the most beautiful countries on Earth. He examines the Mongrel Mob, who are responsible for countless violent assaults. Ross Kemp on Gangs is a documentary series that was broadcast on Sky 1 from 21 September 2004, until 6 January […]

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    Skin (2014)

    Martyka ‘Skin Dog’ Brandt – gang member, champion racecar driver and devoted solo father. ‘Skin’ documents the life of Martyka Brandt, a member of New Zealand’s largest and most notorious gang, the Mighty Mongrel Mob. In a gang comprised predominantly of Māori and Pacific Islanders, Martyka was one of the few Pakeha members who […]

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    South Carolina Drugwars (2012)

    SOUTH CAROLINA DRUGWARS is 2012 Documentary movie Directed and produced by Terrence Davis. The movie explores the first real journey into statistically the most violent state in the United States over the last decade. The content reveals how the Cartel used South Carolina as a drop off state to ship billions of dollars worth […]

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    Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams (2006)

    Stanley “Tookie” Williams III (December 29, 1953 – December 13, 2005) was one of the early leaders in the West Side Crips, an American street gang which has its roots in South Central Los Angeles in 1969. Once incarcerated, he authored several books, including anti-gang and anti-violence literature and children’s books. On December 13, […]

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    Streets of New York (2009)

    New York used to be the crime capital of America. The South Bronx burned, Harlem overdosed, and Brooklyn was ruled by the knives and bicycle chains of feral gangs. The Mafia poured tons of China White onto the street and 13 year olds peddled cocaine to passing cars. “Streets of New York” tells the […]

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    Streetwise (1984)

    Portrays the lives of nine desperate teenagers. Thrown too young into a seedy grown up world, these runaways and castaways survive, but just barely. Rat, the dumpster diver. Tiny, the teen prostitute. Shellie, the baby-faced blonde. DeWayne, the hustler. All old beyond their years. All underage survivors fighting for life and love on the […]

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    The Cape of Fear (1993)

    The Cape of Fear (1993) – A year in the life of the “Hard Living” gang in Cape Town South Africa, led by the notorious Staggie twins, who capture a hostage from the rival “Mongrel” gang. Then one of the twins murders a leader of the “American” gang. The ANC tries to avert a […]

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    The Dorp: 40 Days of Our Lives (2009)

    A place on the Cape Flats in 2009: A society challenged by gang violence and drug abuse but with people involved that want to make a difference. We follow four characters representing four generations (childhood, youth, adulthood and senior) through their neighborhood. They see their surroundings out of different angles and find themselves in […]

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    The Loomis Gang (2002)

    In the years surrounding The Civil War, The Loomis Gang was arguably the largest family crime syndicate in America. Today, however, few outside of central New York State have ever heard of these horse-thieving rogues from the small village of Waterville. No “professional” historians have laid claim to the Loomis legend. No action figures. […]

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    The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906)

    The world’s first feature-length and true crime movie. The Story of the Kelly Gang is a 1906 Australian silent film that traces the exploits of 19th-century bushranger and outlaw Ned Kelly and his gang. It was directed by Charles Tait and shot in and around the city of Melbourne. The film ran for more […]