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Episode 4 of Death in Léon

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Episode 1 of Death in Léon
On May 12 2014, Isabel Carrasco, the president of the provincial government of Leon, Spain were murdered in broad daylight in the center of Leon. Feared and hated for her autocratic rule, many people wanted her dead. Two women were quickly arrested, mother and daughter Montserrat Gonzalez and Triana Martinez.…
Death in Léon - Investigating the Murder of Isabel Carrasco
The brutal murder of Isabel Carrasco, one of Spain's most controversial politicians, shocked the nation. Three women were quickly arrested in what appeared to be an inexplicable private vendetta. But as the investigation developed, a deeper story of power, deceit and betrayal emerged. With unrivalled access to all the main…
Seven Years
Episode 2 of Death in Léon
Seven years before the crime, Isabel Carrasco came to power in Leon. At the same time, Triana Martinez, a young telecommunications engineer, started work in the provincial council. The two had a great relationship until, all of a sudden, everything changed. In the trial, Triana reveals the reason for the…
Ten Hours
Episode 3 of Death in Léon
No one understands the involvement of the local policewoman, and Triana's friend, Raquel Gago. The prosecution is convinced that she was part of the plan, but she maintains her innocence. The defence calls up two police inspectors as witnesses. They are accused of misleading the defendants and lying in their…
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Jonestown - The Life & Death of Peoples Temple
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Vincent Who? - The Murder of a Chinese-American Man
In 1982, at the height of anti-Japanese sentiments arising from massive layoffs in the auto industry, a Chinese-American named Vincent Chin was murdered in Detroit by two white autoworkers. Chin's killers, however, got off with a $3,000 fine and 3 years probation, but no jail time. Outraged by this injustice,…