Just wondering if anyone wanted to share some interesting documentaries they've seen? Preferably related to law enforcement but feel free to bring any genre into it! Forgive me if I posted this in the wrong section.
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"...if every time, Snot Boogie stole the money, why’d you let him play?
... Got to. It’s America, man."
Additionally, Through a Blue Lens.. Which you can watch on youtube. It was made by some Sergeants at VPD who also teach Police Judo. It's not necessarily about law enforcement, more of Downtown East Side and the stories that go on in there.
IndictableChaser wrote:A great miniseries of the LAPD; Southland. Also end of watch
Watched both a couple of times, haha. Thankfully they're not as exaggerated as some other shows/movies.
Probably the best documentary series on the nature of war
In this episode entitled "Anyone's Son Will Do" Gwynn Dyer explores probably the harshest reality associated with war.
I was in the military when this series was produced. Looking back... Dyer nailed it bang on.
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