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On June 5, 2009, forty-nine babies were mysteriously killed in a warehouse fire in Hermosillo, Mexico. To date, the case remains unsolved. Determined to uncover what really happened that summer night and to bring justice to the victims, documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn delves into the tragedy, exploring mysteries and theories behind the deaths.

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On June 12, 2016 a gunman walked into a crowded nightclub in Orlando, Florida and shot 102 people, murdering 49 of them. At 2 AM, the Pulse nightclub was winding down on its weekly Latino night. The building was dark, crowded, and loud. Patrons were making plans to leave when they were ambushed by a gunman, who began firing in every direction. Customers tried to escape, but the killer followed. Fo…

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On July 18, 1984, a man walked into a McDonald's in San Ysidro, California armed with guns and shot forty men, women, and children. It took law enforcement 77 minutes to end the siege. This documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Charlie Minn focuses on the victims and the effects of the massacre.

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An investigation of the political, social, and economic forces that have left tens of thousands of innocent Mexicans dead, this documentary looks into the harrowing world of the Juarez drug cartels. In the midst of the violent cartel war, murders have multiplied to disturbing levels, with no end in sight.

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Acclaimed director Charlie Minn closely examines three separate killings along the USA-Mexico border. Three Mexican nationals, all teenagers, had their lives taken by US border agents. Was it murder? Was it self-defense? Minn visits the border in Tijuana, Nogales, and Juarez to shed light on a larger picture of historic violence between Mexican nationals and US border officers, an issue that parti…

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West Texas may be known for its high-school football, but there's also soccer greatness to be found there. This incredible documentary chronicles the life of a Hall of Fame high-school coach with two state soccer titles to his name as well as the teams that shaped his journey.

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On December 7, 1993, twenty-five people were shot on a commuter train headed from New York City to Long Island. Six people were killed, nineteen people were injured, and many more were affected by this tragedy-and continue to affected by it to this day. This is their story.

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Julian Leyzaola Perez, a former military officer turned police chief, declared open war on the drug cartels in Tijuana, Mexico and Juarez, Mexico. Murder rates in both cities dropped, but outrage spilled over regarding human-rights abuses committed by Leyzaola's police force. Were Leyzaola's hardball policies justified? What were his loyalties? In a society known for rampant political corruption a…

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An investigation of the economic, social, and political forces behind the violence plaguing Ciudad Juarez, this documentary covers the events from 2011 and the victims affected by the drug war. Relying on numerous experts, it forecasts Juarez's future, including the critical 2012 elections.

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On October 1st, 2017, over 22,000 people gathered in Las Vegas for the annual Route 91 Harvest music festival, which featured some of country music's biggest stars. As closing act Jason Aldean performed his set, a gunman opened fire on the throng of concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay casino and unleashed over 1,100 rounds of ammunition in just 10 minutes. Fifty-eight people were…

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Acclaimed director Charlie Minn brings attention to the victims of the infamous massacre that occurred on February 14th, 2018 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. A normal day at school became a true nightmare for Parkland, Florida citizens as they experienced something they had never thought would happen in their small suburb. In just six minutes, seventeen students and staff were fatally sho…

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As Ciudad Juarez slowly recovers from a six-year period of hyper violence, a militant police chief stirs controversy, and wary citizens cast their hopes on a new national president. All the while, the tragic facts of the drug war begin to form a sinister picture.

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This documentary closely examines the murders of the Fisher family. On April 10, 2001, Robert Fisher was charged with killing his wife and two kids. Now years later, he is on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, his whereabouts still unknown. Interviews with law enforcement, journalists, and family members combined with true crime-scene video, photos, and 911 calls encompass this ninety-minute…

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