Tag Archives: Documentaries

True Crime Story: You Asked To See The Real Monster


“You Asked To See The Monster…so here is the monster you made me” Gary Green wrote, a year after his wife filed for divorce. “There will be five lives taken today – me being the 5th”. Green intended to kill his wife and her three children, shortly after she had requested a divorce.

Green’s haunting letter stated “I pray the lord allows my soul to enter Heaven. If not I will burn in Hell forever.” He currently resides on death row, after stabbing her more than 20 times and drowning her 6 year old daughter.

However after pleading for their lives, the two sons managed to escape from their stepfather. Now aged 18 and 21, this is their traumatic and emotional story, told for the first time.

Being A Black Bull Rider In A Majority White Sport (Documentary)

 

In the heyday of America’s Old West, roughly a fourth of the cowboys were black. But today, the world of professional bull riding, a sport rooted in ranching culture, is predominantly white.

On this episode of ‘MINORITY REPORTS,’ VICE sent Lee Adams to Texas to meet Neil Holmes and Ezekiel Mitchell—two black bull riders at different points in their careers—to find out what it’s like as a person of color trying to make it in the predominantly white world of professional bull riding. Holmes—an accomplished pro on the eve of his retirement—explains how he got into bull riding, and talks about leaving the sport as the only black pro ranked in the top 100 bull riders. Desperately trying to fill Holmes’s shoes is Mitchell, who’s struggled with the funds to travel, and has experienced racism in the sport first-hand.

We look into why one of the most popular sports in America has so few professional black athletes at its highest levels, and explore some of the barriers to entry that have made black representation difficult in the sport.

Club Exotic DVD (Urban Documentary)

 

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Being A White Student At A Historically Black College (Documentary)

 

On this episode of ‘MINORITY REPORTS,’ we met up with Tiago, a white freshman at Morehouse College, an HBCU in Atlanta that counts Martin Luther King, Jr. and Spike Lee as alumni.

We sat down with him to hear why he decided to enroll in the school, asked his peers for their thoughts on having white students on campus, and followed along as he showed us what it’s like to be one of very few non-black students at school.

Selling Sex: Underage Victims Of Sex Tourists In The Dominican Republic (Documentary)

 

Evil in Paradise: In this Unreported World episode, Krishnan Guru-Murthy is in the Dominican Republic. A Caribbean country famed for its pristine beaches and year round sunshine. But the UN has identified terrible crimes being committed against teenagers at the hands of sex tourists.

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Young Boys Inc. (Documentary)

Young Boys Incorporated existed in Detroit between 1978 and the late 1980’s. It’s first major indictment was in 1982. It was the first organized crime group to use juveniles as strategy to evade law enforcement. It’s primary drug was heroin and it is one of the most important and influential black criminal groups in American history… turning teenaers into millionaires and in the words of the noted African-American Sociologist Dr. Carl Taylor “YBI was the group that made selling drugs hip and made killing people Okay.” Motown Records fled Detroit for Los Angeles in 1972 and in the vaccum left in Detroit’s economy and society becoming the “Dopeman” replaced singing for Barry Gordy as the ultimate dream. This segment is from “Rollin: the Fall of the Auto Industry and the Rise of the Drug Economy in Detroit” — “B” was recruited to sell drugs as a teenager and is an original YBI member. During the early 1980’s my mother was a heroin user and we lived on Monterey Street aka “Murder-Ray”… also one of the original stronghold streets of YBI. I know that she bought her heroin from them, perhaps from “B”…. who knows… if you’re interested in knowing more watch “Rollin” on Amazon Prime for free with no commercials or here on

Sweet Sweet Codeine:Nigeria’s Cough Syrup Crisis (Documentary)

In Nigeria, thousands of young people are addicted to codeine cough syrup – a medicine that’s become a street drug.

The Nigerian senate estimates that 3 million bottles of codeine syrup are drunk every day in just two states – Kano and Jigawa.

But who makes this syrup? And who sells it to Nigeria’s students?

BBC Africa Eye went undercover to investigate.

Our Drug War: The Life And Death Of A Dealer (Documentary)

The Queensbridge Estate in New York lies within sight of the Manhattan skyscrapers, but is seemingly a world away. The largest housing complex in Queens, it is regularly raided by police to break up massive drug operations. Here, award-winning filmmaker Angus Macqueen looks at the social cost of America’s war on drugs through the life of 28-year-old Thomas Winston: a small-time drug dealer struggling to stay out of prison and away from the lure of easy money that illegal drugs offer. As his probation officer says, here is a man who can earn $15,000 a week in the drugs world or $200 before taxes working in McDonald’s. Thomas is first seen campaigning against the ‘Rockefeller’ drugs laws in New York State, where sale or possession of small amounts of drugs are given a mandatory sentence equivalent to second degree murder, and have long been seen to be both discriminatory and draconian. Human Rights Watch have published a series of reports making clear that Whites, Black and Hispanics sell and consume narcotics in equal numbers, yet over 80% of the prisoners in New York State are Black or Latino. Inside a prison, barely a white face can be seen. The film tracks Thomas’s moving story over a number of months, as he interacts with the legal system and as his probation officer and lawyer attempt to help him; but gradually he is drawn back to his old life. By the end of the film, Thomas has been stabbed to death. Thomas’s story illustrates the failure of America’s zero tolerance drug laws, which don’t stop supply or address addiction, but rather consign whole groups of society to a tragic cycle, undermining the very fabric of whole communities: be it here in Britain or in the US.

Tee Stuckey Story (Documentary)

A story from the upcoming Al Profit docu-series “Gangster’s Rap”
which will explore the true stories of Gangster’s in the music business.

T. Stuckey formed one of Detroit’s first independent hip hop labels with his cousin Proof of D-12 and Eminem fame. Stuckey was about to sign Eminem before Dr. Dre… but then he became the target for a massive federal investigation that included charges of large-scale cocaine dealing and murders -including the killing of a corrupt police officer.

Blade Icewood Documentary (Documentary)

Blade Icewood was set to be the first gangster rapper from Detroit to blow up on a national scale. Tone “AK” Scott produced many of his most well known songs, and I teamed up with AK (who also worked with me on the T Stuckey Story) to bring the “The Preview Volume 2: The Blade Icewood Story” this uncut interview features K-Deezy- one of Detroit’s most well known underground artists talking about the life, times, and death of the Great Lakes Ruler Darnell “Blade Icewood” Lindsey.