Crime

2016 , Crime 6 Comments

Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels

The children stare at the camera and address a father figure they're never likely to meet. These are the orphaned children who populate the city of Angeles in the Philippines, and their stories are told in the new documentary Fallen Angels produced...

7.81

Cyberjihad

Cyberjihad

Terrorist groups like ISIS are embracing a bold new weapon that has the power to produce greater carnage and influence than traditional guns and bombs. Extremists are now sharing their messages of hate and violence by taking advantage of our increasingly interconnected...

8.36

The Panama Papers: Secrets of the Super Rich

The Panama Papers: Secrets of the Super Rich

The international news media have been preoccupied by a new financial scandal as of late. Their stories focus around the Panama Papers, a set of leaked documents which reveal the identities of over 200,000 companies, trusts, foundations, criminals, world leaders, and other...

6.96
2016 , Crime 5 Comments

The Trial of Jian Ghomeshi

The Trial of Jian Ghomeshi

One of the most popular radio broadcasters in the history of Canada, Jian Ghomeshi's fall from grace began in 2014 when he was arrested on multiple counts of assault from three different female accusers. In the ensuing months as he awaited trial,...

5.65
2016 , Crime 3 Comments

Walking Heavy

Walking Heavy

Jason Coghlan was a gangster. As a young man, he gained a reputation as Britain's most dangerous criminal. His luck ran out in 1999 when he was convicted to a twelve-year sentence for armed robbery. Determined to reform himself following his release,...

5.37

Making a Murderer: Eighteen Years Lost

Making a Murderer: Eighteen Years Lost

The highly acclaimed Netflix original documentary series Making a Murderer has riveted millions of armchair sleuths and ignited a grassroots movement around the plight of its principle character - Steven Avery. Sent to prison for a sexual assault against which he unwaveringly...

8.30

Interview with a Cannibal (Armin Meiwes)

Interview with a Cannibal (Armin Meiwes)

His name is Armin Meiwes, a seemingly mild-mannered computer technician from Germany. To the world at large, however, his infamous crimes have earned him a more devilish moniker: The Cannibal of Rotenburg. Calling upon extensive archived video footage and a rare on-camera...

7.55
2016 , Crime 9 Comments

Why Didn't We Know?

Why Didn't We Know?

Basil Borutski had a lengthy criminal record dating back to 1977. A significant portion of these records were marred by incidents of domestic abuse, threats of violence and uncontrolled drinking. Over the years, the vast majority of these charges were dropped and...

8.45
2014 , Crime 4 Comments

Informants

Informants

The growing threat of terrorist menace in the United States has placed enormous pressures on the country's intelligence gathering agencies. It falls upon them to track and put a stop to any potential plots before they're carried out. The Federal Bureau of...

5.88
2015 , Crime 4 Comments

Gangs of El Salvador

Gangs of El Salvador

The cancer of gang violence has intensified to a horrifying degree in El Salvador, and the government has entered into an increasingly bloodthirsty war in an effort to contain it. Law enforcement has deemed all gang members and their associates as terrorists,...

7.40

The Cleveland Strangler

The Cleveland Strangler

Anthony Sowell methodically targeted the most vulnerable residents of his destitute Cleveland neighborhood. In large part, his eleven known victims lived on the fringes of a society plagued by drug addiction and economic instability. If they existed under more affluent and privileged...

7.40