Drug Trade Documentaries

What’s in My Baggie?

During the 1920s and early 30s, there were laws in the United States that prohibited the sales, production, transportation, and importation of alcoholic beverages.

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El Chapo: CEO of Crime

Joaquin Guzman Loera, better known as ‘El Chapo,’ which is slang for Shorty, is officially the world’s most powerful drug trafficker.

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The Frank Matthews Story

In 1971, Frank Matthews first appeared on the police radar. It was actually a lucky break. It all began when an officer reported some unusual activity in his own apartment building in Brooklyn.

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The Forgotten City

In Buffalo there’s more tragedy than words can describe. The city has been demoralized and hatred is rampant. In fact, after the long Super Bowl losing streak people began to call Buffalo “The Cursed City.” People are fighting, but they don’t know what it is that they’re fighting for.

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Rollin: The Fall Of The Auto Industry & The Rise Of The Drug Economy In Detroit

Once upon a time, Detroit was the heart of the American Dream. Most of its residents had good Jobs and drove big American-made cars.

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Flipping The World – Drugs Through a Blue Lens

You might have seen Randy rolling on the sidewalk and drooling. The stench of his body might have caused you to cross the street.

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ALARMA!

Documenting Mexico's Most Violent Crimes

There is a cop killed almost everyday in Mexico City: one of the largest and most violent cities in the world.

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Drug Crazed – USA

Remember when that “Zombie” in Miami chewed a homeless man’s face off in real life? Think back to early 2012. Yes, that wasn’t a dream.

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National Geographic: HEROIN

A Week in the Life of Heroin. National Geographic flexes their muscles and delve into painting a portrait of a week in the life of heroin.

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