Scenes of a Crime (2012)
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Through one vivid example, Scenes of a Crime explores how modern - and currently legal - interrogation techniques (including lies, threats and psychological coercion) can produce confessions that may not be reliable. When Adrian Thomas walked into a Troy, NY police station about midnight in 2008, he didn't know he was being video-recorded. His four-month-old baby lay brain dead in a pediatric ICU. The doctors suspected abuse, and Thomas was the main suspect. And so began a psychological battle:
Mar 30, 2012 Limited
Independent Pictures - Official Site
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If you watch "Scenes of a Crime" - and you very much should - be prepared to be outraged.
Presents a disturbing picture of courtroom justice and how different people come to opposite conclusions, based on the same testimony.
The filmmaking could be better, but it's hard to argue with that kind of potential.
A nonfiction corrective to decades of cop-friendly pop-culture conditioning, this rigorously focused documentary looks hard at police interrogation, a process most of us take for granted.
A riveting docu-thriller that will wake you up and shake you up to the inexcusable failures of the American justice system. You will never look at an interrogation the same way again.
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