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Fri Mar 21 17:13:28 2014 UTClccn-nr20030262720.10Shadow of the assassin0.230.33To catch a killer homicide detectives66413186nr20030262726128119lccn-nr92019436Arts and Entertainment Networklccn-no95029668A & E Home Video (Firm)lccn-n83124997Kurtis, Billlccn-no97000306Kurtis Productionslccn-no98087788Towers, Jonathanlccn-no95055790New Video Groupviaf-303601313Towers Productionslccn-no99032775Towers Productions, Inclccn-no98123472Drummond, John1930-nrtlccn-n82147276Dillinger, John1903-1934Husain, MichaelBiographyHistoryCase studiesUnited StatesCriminalsGangstersDillinger, John,Bank robberiesDetectivesKu Klux Klan (1915- )Hate crimesKu Klux Klan (19th century)Ku Klux Klan (19th century)Homicide investigationCriminal justice, Administration ofPrivate investigatorsMurder--InvestigationWorld War (1939-1945)Aeronautics, American militaryLightning (Fighter plane)--Conservation and restorationPinkerton, Allan,PoliceGreenlandAirplanes, Military--Conservation and restorationBounty huntersPinkerton's National Detective AgencyDahmer, JeffreySerial murderersBasketball--TournamentsDiscrimination in sportsNCAA Basketball TournamentInformersLos Angeles (Calif.).--Police DepartmentLaw enforcementCalifornia--Los AngelesWisconsin--MilwaukeeOhio--ClevelandNess, EliotIllinois--ChicagoOrganized crimeVigilantesJustice, Administration ofCriminal behavior, Prediction ofFugitives from justiceNew York (State)--New YorkVirginiaOhioSerial murder investigationMurderersUnited States, WestBail bond agentsJames, Jesse,Cassidy, Butch,1992199319941995199619971999200020022003200820102011201211462847305.896073HS2330.K63ocn036270058ocn035045792ocn0748239051984ocn677926465visu19950.27John Dillinger public enemy #1BiographyThis video "looks back on the short and violent life of this icy killer, starting with his troubled childhood in Indiana ... meet the teenage Dillinger who was sentenced to prison for attempted robbery, and the bitter man who emerged ten years later ready to shoot anyone in his path"--Container1782ocn036270058visu19960.23KKK hate crimes in AmericaHistoryThe Ku Klux Klan has preached a gospel of hate, intolerance and exclusion. Examine the tactics of Klan leaders like William Joseph Simmons and David Duke. And, finally, find out how the Klan has repeatedly battled back from the brink of extinction1183ocn643097213visu20020.14The hunt for the lost squadronOn July 15th, 1942, a squadron of two B-17 bombers and six P-38 fighters bound for Iceland crash-landed in Greenland after getting lost in a blizzard. The crews were rescued, but the planes remained, eventually entering aviation lore as the "Lost Squadron." In 1981, two adventurers from Atlanta, Pat Epps and Richard Taylor, set out not just to find these planes, but to restore them to their former glory+-+03303477963241052ocn226246921visu19990.17Allan Pinkerton the original private-eyeHistoryBiographyExamines the life and career of private investigator Allan Pinkerton, founder of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency954ocn040145061visu19960.33To catch a killer homicide detectivesJoin host Bill Kurtis as American Justice goes to the front lines of the ongoing struggle for law and order. From the courtroom battles that are redefining the law to the dangerous streets where America's enforcement professionals risk their lives every day, examine the cases and trends that are shaping the future of law enforcement551ocn036545214visu19960.27Witness protectionTracks down the informants hidden away by the Federal Witness Protection Program, and explores one of the most unusual aspects of law enforcements in America543ocn034529533visu19950.29L.A.P.D" ... LAPD goes behind the scenes to get an insider's view of the controversy that now surrounds the force's every move."--Container492ocn037017770visu19930.24Dahmer mystery of the serial killerBiographyA chilling investigation into one of the most notorious killers of all time--Jeffrey Dahmer. Includes interviews with prosecutors, defense lawyers and the victims' relatives452ocn037689809visu19970.17Eliot Ness untouchableBiographyIn popular imagination, Eliot Ness is known as the man who captured Al Capone. This program examines the myths, Ness's career, and his relationship with the media412ocn035045792visu19950.29Vigilante justiceThe police tell you to never take the law into your own hands. But there are times and circumstances where individuals feel the need to settle the score themselves. What are the consequences of these actions? Profiles vigilantes and their spectacular cases391ocn456423574visu20080.17The game of change documenting the 1963 Mississippi State vs. Loyola (Ill.) basketball gameHistoryDuring the 1963 NCAA Men's Basketball tournament, two teams faced the widespread racism of the day: the Loyola Ramblers, who had four African American starters on their team, and the all-white Mississippi State Bulldogs, who had routinely been kept out of the tournament due to an unwritten Mississippi state law prohibiting competition between white and non-white players. This is the story of the people who put themselves at risk to break down racial barriers, and the significance of their game in the broader struggle for racial equality261ocn044049075visu19930.20Dahmer Mystery of a serial killerBiographyLeading FBI profiler Robert Ressler offers a detailed examination of the case of Jeffrey Dahmer who murdered sixteen young men243ocn036635006visu19940.31Private eyesOn the silver screen, they are sleepless, vigilant figures in the shadows, their intuition as uncanny as the mystery that hangs about them. They are private eyes, cowboys of the American legal system. Pulling in the big bucks, these independent sleuths crack major cases that may not otherwise be solved. Other detectives, such as Jim Closeky, head of New Jersey-based Centurion Ministries, provide non-profit investigative services221ocn272690320visu20080.33The game of changeHistoryDuring the 1963 NCAA Men's Basketball tournament, two teams faced the widespread racism of the day: the Loyola Ramblers, who had four African American starters on their team, and the all-white Mississippi State Bulldogs, who had routinely been kept out of the tournament due to an unwritten Mississippi state law prohibiting competition between white and non-white players. This is the story of the people who put themselves at risk to break down racial barriers, and the significance of their game in the broader struggle for racial equality162ocn036070124visu19960.14Bounty huntersHistoryCase studiesPrivate contractors, known as bounty hunters, have the ability to arrest fugitives. They are hired by bail bondsmen to search for, and apprehend, people who jump bail. We trail these powerful forces of American justice as they track down those who seek to escape the law161ocn039057568visu19970.19OutlawsOutlaws from the old west have become legends. The James-Younger Gang and Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch are featured151ocn038017637visu19940.27FugitivesJoin host Bill Kurtis as American Justice goes to the front lines of the ongoing struggle for law and order. From the courtroom battles that are redefining the law to the dangerous streets where America's enforcement professionals risk their lives every day, examine the cases and trends that are shaping the future of law enforcement141ocn051748733visu20020.10Shadow of the assassinIn this video, experts discuss motivations and mindsets of a number of the 20th century's most notorious assassins. Included are profiles of Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, Arthur Bremmer, Mark David Chapman, and John Hinckley. It also looks at the history of assassination in other countries131ocn045320119visu20000.24Col. Robert McCormick Chicago press baronBiographyCamera, Bill Arnold ... [et al.] ; off-line editor, Deborah Marks ; on-line editor, Neal Klaeser ; music, Michael Vitali82ocn035321430visu19920.20The River of doubt, 1914-1992Retracing the steps of Theodore Roosevelt on his 1914 exploration of the Amazon and Rio Roosevelt, Brazil, with a Brazilian/American team led by Charles Haskell+-+0330347796324+-+0330347796324Fri Mar 21 15:29:14 EDT 2014batch14302