Murder City - Detroit: 100 Years of Crime and Violence
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Murder City - Detroit: 100 Years of Crime and Violence
Few American cities have as violent an atmosphere as the Detroit metropolitan area. In addition to the homicides, burglaries, rapes, vandalisms and other felonies that fill the daily headlines of the Motor City papers (making it, for a lengthy period, the second or third most dangerous American city after mafia-dominated Camden, New Jersey) Detroit's history includes such pivotal calamities as the auto plant strikes of the early 20th century, the race riots of the 1960s, and the (presumed) murder of Jimmy Hoffa in 1975. The documentary Detroit: 100 Years of Crime and Violence examines the… More