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**Crime After Crime: Interview With Filmmaker Yoav Potash. While most people would do anything they could to get out of prison, Potash fought his way in. Going undercover embedded in a legal defense team to expose in his documentary, sinister prosecutorial improprieties related to a domestic violence homicide case. As art intertwines with struggle, in a strategy of creative cinematic espionage that helped free Deborah Peagler.


**The Price Of Sex: A Continuing Conversation With Director Mimi Chakarova. The investigative filmmaker deciphers how governments actually profit from the perpetuation of sex trafficking. And she unveils her dangerous mission disguised as a sex slave, while unraveling the global sex trade. And probing the marketing of young women as a major export under the post-Soviet new market economy, as she defiantly enters 'the mouth of the wolf.'

And...Crime Scenes In Cinema, Best Of The Net Hotspots, and more...

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Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact her through NewsBlaze.

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