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    San Antonio Light series finds officials at the nation's largest job center let violence, racism, drug trafficking and prostitution exist and kept ghost students on the rolls in an attempt to keep a $20 million job corps contract, Sept. 15-17, 1985.
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    Sacramento Bee series examines violence in the Sacramento County Jail; looks into allegations of brutality by sheriff's deputies and allegations that the sheriff refuses to look into complaints of brutality for fear of political retribution, Nov. 10-11, 1985.
  • Telephone Bandits

    KUSA-TV (Denver) shares information with IRE members around the country to develop series on organized network of investment fraud swindlers who often operate out of telephone "boiler rooms" and use threats of violence, March and June 1985.
  • Chokehold: The Bout Outside the Ring

    WTVM-TV (Columbus, Ga.) finds some disgruntled professional wrestlers to tell the inside story of professional wrestling--a story of corruption, monopolies, violence and deception, Feb. 20-22, 1985.
  • Target 7 Computers

    WOTV-TV (Grand Rapids) airs series on organized crime's operation in that city, May 1980.
  • The Way/Kucinich Assasination

    WKYC-TV (Cleveland) reports on The Way, an international cult that claims to be a biblical research and study group; it has millions of dollars in holdings and an armed protection squad; includes reports of violence and harassment by the patrol, 1979. Tape
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    KITV-TV (Honolulu) investigates violence and vandalism in that city's schools and finds many occurrences of assault and vandalism are not reported to the state Department of Education, 1981. (script only)
  • Inside Maximum Security

    KRMA-TV (Denver) takes a comprehensive look at Colorado's maximum security prison and finds physical violence and inmate abuse abound, 1980. TAPE
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    Columbia Daily Tribune examines domestic murders in Boone County, Jan. 20, 1985.
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    New York Times issues reprint on juvenile crime and the judicial and corrections system for juveniles; in the face of increasing violence, New York's Family Court is accused of being misued as a haven for young criminals; rehabilitation institutions serve as schools for crime techniques, March 1982.