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I Shot My Parents

I Shot My Parents

An incredibly shocking statistic exists in the United States, and that is that five parents are killed by their children each and every week. For most of us the idea of killing our own parents would be an unimaginable thought to conceive of but for Nathon Brooks this was his very plan. Back in 2013 Nathon was 14 years old, one night he walked into his parents bedroom and shot them both in the head

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Cops and Robbers

Cops and Robbers

Corey Pegues is Retired NYPD Commander turned author, he grew up in Jamaica, Queens during the 70's and 80's, a rough time for New York with regards to drug related crime. As a kid he played Cops and Robbers just like any other but for Corey the came would turn reality as he became both. Growing up in New York he came of age surrounded by his mother and sisters love and made true friendships on

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Three Days That Shook Paris

This is the story of the deadliest terror attack in France for over 50 years, 17 people murdered, dozens wounded, free speech under attack, a nation traumatised as the world looked on in horror but this is a story that began as fun and ridicule a story that began nearly 50 years ago. Three Days That Shook Paris is the definitive tale of the January 2015 attacks in Paris by Islamist militants ag

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FARMLANDS

FARMLANDS

Lauren Southern is a Canadian far-right political activist who has immersed herself into the world of politics having run as a Libertarian Party candidate in the Canadian federal election and covers a wide variety of topics working independently on her YouTube channel. In her latest release FARMLANDS she focuses on a situation in South Africa in which “white people” are in danger of violence an

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Gangs Of Britain: Glasgow

Glasgow is a city divided, cut in half by one lethal weapon, the blade. Knife crimes and razor gangs have been a presence on the streets of Glasgow for nearly 200 years and there are more scared faces here than anywhere else in Britain. In 20o2 the World Health Organisation declared Scotland as one of the bloodiest nations in the western world and Glasgow, the murder capital of Europe. The root

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Nuclear Meltdown Disaster

It was Japans most powerful earthquake ever recorded, and it triggered a monster tsunami, fear washed over the nation as the waves crashed ashore and brought further destruction with them. This however was just the beginning of the damage caused. Ten nuclear reactors at two power plants were crippled, threatening the unimaginable, a possible evacuation of Tokyo which would bring unparalleled chaos

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Prison: From the Inside

A two-part BBC documentary series which delves into the stories which lie behind the crimes of several men and women serving time in Northern Ireland's prisons. Through a number of intimate interviews with the inmates themselves and those working in the prisons we come to better understand the environment as a whole and reasons people have found themselves in such a place. Phil Wragg, the Direc

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One Killer Punch

One Killer Punch

One Killer Punch is an incredibly hard hitting film which sets out to explore the phenomenon of a one punch kill. With regards to the law and sentencing it is certainly in the grey area because it can be very difficult to establish if the person who threw the punch had intended to do serious harm. By examining three separate assaults this documentary gives us some great insight into several circum

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Children of Shame

Children of Shame

Tuam, a quiet town in the west of Ireland. Tuam, a name that traumatised the whole of Ireland in the spring of 2014, when an unimaginable story was revealed. A hidden mass grave containing the remains of some 800 children was discovered on the former grounds of a home for single mothers, a hell on earth where children died from ill treatment, and were shamefully buried in secret and forgotten. Up

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