Penn and Teller show that the criminal justice system is broken, and that forensic science is far from perfect.

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Penn and Teller show that the criminal justice system is broken, and that forensic science is far from perfect.

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Imperfections of the American Criminal Justice System
24 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Penn and Teller challenge common misconceptions by exposing some of the fallible science, ineffective methods, general incompetence and widespread corruption present in the American Criminal Justice System. Highlights a few of the basic flaws which allow and encourage authorities to destroy innocent lives for personal profit.

Includes interviews, examples, case histories, and statistics. This is an introduction to a fascinating subject. The abuses inflicted upon innocent citizens by Agencies of the US Government.

Just when you thought it was safe to go out at night!

Although the material is presented in a comedy format it is a serious look at the game of justice, which is current, factual, and thought provoking.

"Those are your tax dollars at work!"

Mildly understating the problem in a mildly entertaining way.


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