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Guilty: The Conviction of Cardinal Pell

Austrailia's highest ranking Catholic, the man who rose to be the Vaticans third most powerful cleric had been convicted of sexual crimes against two thirteen year old boys. It was a jury of twelve who had found Cardinal George Pell guilty of five shocking offences which all took place inside St. Patrick's Cathedral when Pell was Archbishop of Melbourne. A suppression order banning publication

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The Devil You Know

The Devil You Know

The Devil You Know a five part documentary series produced by Viceland that examines the life of a man called John Lawson who was infamously known as Pazuzu Algarad. Pazuzu was a self-proclaimed satanist who lived a life of pure excess, some of which included heavy drug abuse, arranging orgies, animal sacrifices and much more, all whilst acting as a leader to a group of punks and outsiders,

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Exposing Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein was a billionaire New York business man whose vast wealth bought an arrogance that knew no limits. Damn the consequences, Epstein acted in the day to day life as if he could have anything he craved but what he desired most was sex with young women and girls, for years he abused them at will. Such were the number of victims Epstein exploited he started trading them around the wor

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Autism: Challenging Behaviour

A film which dives into the controversy that surrounds ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) which is an intense intervention used to treat children who have autism, a lifelong developmental disorder which affects around 1 percent of the population in the United Kingdom. ABA uses a system of rewards and consequences to modify behaviour, it is based on the discoveries of psychologist B. F. Skinner an

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Fire in Paradise

Fire in Paradise

With it fast approaching a year since California saw the deadliest wildfire in the states recorded history FRONTLINE have went ahead and released this special. Through high quality archived footage we witness first hand how the fire which started in the early morning hours of Nov. 8, 2018 raged on for more than two weeks, devastating the town which is ironically named Paradise before being extingu

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The Imposter

The Imposter

The Imposter which was released in 2012 is about the astonishing 1997 case of the French confidence trickster Frédéric Bourdin, who successfully managed to impersonated Nicholas Barclay, a Texas boy who disappeared at the age of 13 in 1994. Bourdin, who turned out to have a long record of impersonating various children, real or imaginary, embellished his claim to be Nicholas Barclay by alleging

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Columbine

Columbine

In 1999 students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold would embark on a massacre that would make history and the name of one Colorado high school synonymous with tragedy. The Columbine High School shooting saw these two individuals ill 12 of their fellow students and a teachers before committing suicide. As the clock ticked the body count rose and with it the question, why had these two young men wage

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GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans

Originally released in 1976, GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans is a film by Richard Kotuk which examines the crisis that was the return of Vietnam veterans who received no hero's welcome because of their addiction to drugs. They were also stripped of their educational and medical benefits due this. In the summer of 1971, when the United States involvement in the Vietnam war was near its peak, 

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Too Young To Die: Sharon Tate

If we held up that mirror to the 1960s, the who is the fairest of them all mirror from the Snow White fairy tale we would probably see Sharon Tate looking back at us. Her own story like that of the decade began as something of a fairy tale but neither had a happy ending. Her professional life was on the up and up, in her private life she was married to the French-Polish film director Roman Pola

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