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Videos

  1. Fight For Justice, David & Me (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories
    • Profile
      • When troubled teen Ray Klonsky began writing letters to prison inmate David McCallum, both of their lives changed forever. Hundreds of letters later, Ray graduated from university determined to set his wrongly convicted friend free.
    • Videos
      • YouTube
        • Video #1
          Channel:- Real Stories
          Date Published:- 2020-March-26th
          Link
    • Participants
      • Nathan Blenner
        • Person Murdered
      • David McCallum
        • Family
          • Mattie McCallum ( Sister )
          • Mia ( Nience )
          • Aaron ( Nephew )
        • Friends
          • Willie Stuckey
      • Ray Klonsky
        • Family
          • Ken Klonsky ( Father )
        • Profession
          • Film Maker
        • Ancenstry
          • Jewish Italian Kid from Toronto, Canada
      • Steve Drizin
        • Center of Wrongful Confessions
        • Northwestern University
      • Rubin Hurricane Carter
        • Profession
          • Boxer
          • Wrongly convicted of murder
      • Oscar Michelin
        • Lawyer
      • Law Enforcement
        • Ken Thompson ( District Attorney – New York )
      • Others
    • Location
      • Brooklyn, New York, USA
        • Aberdeen Park
      • Toronto, Canada
    • Dates
      • 1968-Novembet-12th
        • David Date Born
      • 1985-October-20th
        • Passing of Nathan Blenner
      • 1985-October-27th
        • David Arrested
      •  2005-November-28th
        • Initial Letter Written by Ken Klonsky
  2. The Plot To Make A Family Vanish (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories
    • Profile
      • Mr Chohan had a successful business worth £5m. Kenneth Regan was known as Captain Cash from his drug dealing days, and along with his two henchmen, they hatched a plot to take over the Chohan’s business and use it to front their drug smuggling ring. Mr Chohan, his young wife, her mother, and the couple’s their two baby sons were lured into a trap and brutally murdered, covered up as an innocent but tragic sudden disappearance. The plot was only foiled by a family murder in New Zealand, refusing to believe that they would all vanish, as a result of tax avoidance or a business agreement gone sour. The bodies of the three adults washed up along the coasts of the UK, but the two babies were never found. This documentary, made for Channel 4 strand ‘Dispatches’ explores the heinous crimes and the investigation.
    • Videos
      • YouTube
        • Video #1
          Channel:- Real Stories
          Date Published:- 2018-Feb-28th
          Link
    • Participants
      • Family
        • Amarjit Chohan
          • Oanka Verma ( Brother In-Law )
      • The Good
        • Wendy Powles
      • Others
        • Kenneth Regan
        • William Horncy
        • Peter Rees
        • Belinda Brewin
      • Law Enforecement
        • Andy Rowell
    • Stories
      • Murder UK
        • KENNETH REGAN, WILLIAM HORNCY & PETER REES
          Link
  3. School Girl Killer
    • Profile
      • 14-year-old Aberash was walking home from school when a group of horsemen thundered across the plain and kidnapped her. They beat her up, forced her over the back of a horse and took her to a hut where she was raped by a 28-year-old farmer. Only afterwards did she realise that the man who had taken her virginity by force now considered himself to be her husband.
      • In Ethiopia’s Wild South, when a man wants a bride he goes out and kidnaps one. It’s common practice for him to keep her hidden, raping her repeatedly till she’s pregnant. Then he can approach her family and arrange the marriage contract. Marriage by abduction has been going on so long that no-one can remember how it all began.
      • When Aberash was abducted, her older sister was already married by abduction, ruining her chance to run for her country at the Olympic Games. Now she lives with her husband and four small children in a tiny hovel from which they are scraping a living selling home-brewed liquor.
      • After she was raped Aberash thought about her older sister and made her mind up. She managed to steal a gun and escape. When her “husband” gave chase she fired in warning. He ignored her. Fearing for her future, Aberash aimed, fired and killed. She was arrested and charged with murder.
      • Now she is on trial for her life.
      • Aberash was the first girl to resist centuries of deeply-entrenched, male-dominated culture. The outcome of her trial will be crucial, not just for Aberash but for the future of teenage girls throughout Ethiopia.
    • Videos
      • YouTube
        • Video #1
          Published On:-2017-July-5th
          Link
  4. The Price of Honor
    • Videos
      • YouTube
  5. True Crime Story: The Family Slayer (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories
    • Profile
      • In 1982 Wilkes Barre, Pennslyvania was rocked by a shocking killing spree. In a matter of hours, 40 year old ex-prison guard George Emil Banks brutally murdered 13, many of whom were his own flesh and blood.
    • Participants
      • George Emil Banks
    •  Videos
      • YouTube
    • Dates
      • Incident Date:- 1982
    • Locations
      • Pennsylvania
  6. The FBI Files – Material Witness – Season 10, Episode 30
    • Profile
      • Three workers from CBS left work, only to walk into a kidnapping and were shot dead as they tried to help. Police in New York work with the FBI to find out who the killer is and what he is after.
      • The FBI Files: Season 10 – Ep 30
      • Episode Aired:- 2002
    • Listing
      • IMDB
        • Material Witness (2002)
          Link
    • Participants
      • Victims
        • Benson
        • Betty Wong
        • CBS Employees
          • Anthony Silver
      • Others
        • Donald Nash
    • YouTube
      • True Crime Story: Material Witness (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories
        Channel:- The FBI Files
        Published On:- 2020-February-15th
        Link
    • Location
      • New York
  7. Tender Mavundla
    • Tender Moments | Love in a Time of HIV [Part 1] (Medical Documentary) | Real Stories
      • Profile
        • Listen to our podcast episode on the mysterious case behind our Real Stories Original: “Vanished: The Surrey Schoolgirl” with journalist Martin Bright here: http://bit.ly/VanishedE6 Tender Mavundla, a 27 year old singer from Soweto, is HIV positive and explains what impact it’s had on her life and how she copes.
        • As the headlines have disappeared, young people’s understanding of HIV has become confused. Through a series of direct and often emotional interviews, encounters and experiences, a new generation of young people reveals how they contracted HIV, how they cope and the impact it’s had on their close relationships. At the heart of each episode is a love story. The series travels to St. Petersburg, London, New York, Johannesburg and Mumbai. These are stories of triumph in the face of the utmost adversity.
        • Winner (2009): Best Creative Feature – Television for ‘I Love NY’, Association for International Broadcast (AIB)
      • Videos
        • YouTube
      • Participants
        • Tender Mavundla
    • 🇿🇦 South Africa: Tender Moments | Witness
      • Profile
        • An aspiring pop star in South Africa shoulders the burden of being HIV positive while trying to realise her dreams. Witness follows her to her family’s rural home, where AIDS is blighting her community.
      • Videos
        • YouTube
          • Video #1
            Channel:- Al Jazeera English
            Date Published :- 2012-January-3rd
            Link
      • Participants
        • Tender Mavundla

 

Indepth

Fight For Justice, David & Me (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories

Steve Drizin

  1. False Confession ( Segment 25:48 )
    • Evidences
      • The cops got nothing else, other than what they already know
        • Does not lead to any new confession
      • No Physical Evidences
      • Juvenille Suspect
      • Physical Abuse
      • False Fed Facts
    • ImagerealLiveStories.david.badEvidence

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