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    The Untouchables (2013)

    PBS Frontline one-hour report “The Untouchables” on one of the greatest and most shameful failings of the Obama administration: the lack of even a single arrest or prosecution of any senior Wall Street banker for the systemic fraud that precipitated the 2008 financial crisis: a crisis from which millions of people around the world […]

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    Risky Drinking (2016)

    Are you a Risky Drinker? Did you know that nearly 70% of American adults drink alcohol? Did you know that nearly 1/3 of adults in the US become involved in problem drinking at some point in their lives? This HBO Documentary takes an intimate look at the stories of 4 very different people and […]

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    The Chillenden Murders – Mini Series (2017)

    The Chillenden Murders will re-examine the infamous case 21 years on from the savage hammer attack on Lin, 45, Megan and her older sister Josie, then aged nine, who miraculously survived. Michael Stone was later convicted of bludgeoning the family in a country lane near their Kent home after he admitted his guilt to […]

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    Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming (2017)

    Police begin to realise that perhaps Natalie Hemming hasn’t just gone missing when they interview her six-year-old son, who reveals in passing that the big red rug has been taken “to Daddy’s work so it can have a wash”. The boy’s face is pixellated, but you still see his small legs swinging on the […]

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    Stingray (2016)

    They’re used by police, federal officials and hackers. They can read your text messages, see where you are and more. They go by many names but some know them as Stingrays. But what is a Stingray? Dive into the world of surveillance technology. youtube Stingray @ Reddit

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    Rain in my Heart (2006)

    Never mind the alcopops: Paul Watson’s film Rain in my Heart showed that alcohol abuse is rarer and more complex than some people think. British director Paul Watson is known, among other things, as the filmmaker who brought the ‘fly-on-the-wall’ documentary technique to the public consciousness, especially with his 1974 series, The Family, in […]

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    The American West – Season 1 (2016)

    This series will provide unprecedented access to the wilderness, frontier lawlessness, and bloodshed of the 40 years between the end of the American Civil War and after the turn of the 20th Century, when the west was won. From Jesse James and Crazy Horse, to Wyatt Earp and Buffalo Bill, the characters at the […]

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    The Jihadis Next Door (2016)

    Khuram Butt, one of the London terror suspects, was featured in a British documentary called The Jihadis Next Door, in a confrontation with a police officer after praying with a black Islamic flag in an English park. According to ABC News, Butt was part of a radical group of extremist Islamists known as Al […]

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    The Night Shift (2017)

    Bradley Perry was working the graveyard shift at his family’s gas station in Box Elder County, Utah, when he was bound, beaten and stabbed to death in May 1984, in what authorities have reportedly described as a robbery gone wrong. According to the Deseret News, customers at the gas station that morning described encountering […]

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    A Family Cursed (2017)

    Nearly 14 years after authorities found Zilphia Lowery’s skeletal remains, a towel, bed sheet and clothing buried off a logging road near Lake James in 1994, the McDowell County Sheriff’s Office closed the case after an old tip led detectives out of state to find her killer. On Thursday, about nine years since Lowery’s […]

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    Sweethearts, Silenced (2017)

    In August 1980, the murders of two Fort Atkinson-area teenage sweethearts left the community reeling and desperately searching for clues. It would be 29 years before the families of Tim Hack and Kelly Drew received closure. At 9 p.m. tonight, the dual slaying of Tim and Kelly will be the focus of an episode […]

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    She Never Came Home (2017)

    An after school detention could have saved a girl who was found dead in a ditch after school. On the next Cold Case Files on A&E, the sad story of Tina Faelz will be told. Authorities say that Tina Faelz, a freshman at Foothill High School, was murdered by Steven Carlson, an old classmate. […]

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    Killings on Christmas Eve (2017)

    Minnie and Ed Maurin were 83 and 81 years old, respectively, when they were reported missing by family members Dec. 19, 1985. The family became worried when the couple were not home, as planned, for a family Christmas party, according to police. The next day, witnesses reported to police they spotted the Maurins’ car […]

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    Little Girl Lost (2017)

    Shauna Howe, 11 years old, was walking home from a Girl Scouts Halloween party in Oil City, Pennsylvania and was two blocks from home when she was abducted at the corner of West First and Reed streets. Two days later, a member of Howe’s family found a piece of Howe’s gymnast costume near an […]

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    When Kids Kill – Season 1 (2016)

    When Kids Kill: This documentary series, fronted by Guardian journalist Leah Green, delves inside the minds of Britain’s most terrifying young murderers, telling the stories of some of Britain’s most high profile child murderers in forensic and chillingly accurate detail. Across the series, each episode will feature one young killer; looking at their gruesome […]

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    Peace Officer (2015)

    William Dub Lawrence is a man obsessed. As a young rookie cop, he used his savvy investigation skills to help break the Ted Bundy case. His obsession with turning around the systemic failings he saw as a young police officer led to a successful bid to become Sheriff of Davis County, Utah in 1974. […]

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    The Wolf of Queensland (2015)

    The national regulator is investigating claims a Brisbane training organisation linked to the Wolf of Wall Street is handing out qualifications without training. 60 Minutes on Sunday night reported Brendale-based Face to Face Training Services was using high-pressure tactics to recruit students before a simple “tick and flick” to award qualifications. In one stark […]

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    Risk (2016)

    Every time Julian Assange appears in Laura Poitras’s new documentary, Risk, there’s a distinct impression of his quiet thrill at being on camera. His eyes constantly dart toward the lens whenever he’s being filmed, whether he’s chatting to his cohorts at Wikileaks, donning an elaborate disguise (including different-colored contact lenses) to evade public attention, […]

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    The Spy in the Hanoi Hilton (2015)

    In 1973, 591 American POWs returned home from the Vietnam War, bringing with them harrowing tales of survival. But there was an even more remarkable — and secret — story to tell: a feat of incredible spycraft that remained classified for decades…until now. This is the unbelievable story of James Stockdale and his fellow […]

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    Death of a Priest (1981)

    On July 28th 1981, a missionary priest named Father Stanley Rother was murdered in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. After conflicting reports about how he died, KTVY’s Larry Audas and Darrel Barton travel to Guatemala to try and uncover the truth about his murder. Father Stanley Rother had been working as a missionary priest in Santiago […]

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    The Hard Way (2000)

    A young man prepares to be handcuffed to his bed for two weeks to beat his heroin addiction once and for all. In a few hours, the sweating will begin, the pain and anxiety of withdrawal. For the next two weeks, he and hundreds of heroin addicts like him will stay chained to their […]

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    They Call Us Monsters (2016)

    From for-profit prisons to the death penalty to massive racial disparities in incarceration to the completely overtaxed public defender system, the horrors of America’s criminal justice system are legion. America houses 22% of the world’s prisoners, including nearly one third of the world’s female prisoners. The problems of mass incarceration are so varied, complex, […]

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    The Long Island Serial Killer – Mini Series (2016)

    On January 25, 2011, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer confirmed that the dead bodies police found in Long Island were all women who worked as escorts, advertised on Craigslist — and were probably murdered by a serial killer. The bodies of Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 25, of Norwich, Connecticut; Melissa Barthelemy, 24, of Erie County, […]