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A controversial 'fly-on-the-wall' documentary series documenting the people who live on James Turner Street, Birmingham which, according to several tabloid newspapers, 90% of it's residents live off government funded benefits
The show gives you a comprehensive look into the lives of people involved in the drug trade. Including law enforcement, dealers, and addicts. There's no political spin regarding the drugs or their effects on the user, what you see is what you get. However, when the show tries to talk about firearms there's always misinformation and a political message. For example, in Season 5 Episode 5 there are numerous references to "assault weapons." There's no such thing as an assault weapon. It's a term that was made up and used by gun control proponents in the 90's. In the same episode they say rifle cartridges that are "full metal jacket" are "armor piercing cop killers." This is also false. FMJ is standard ammunition and is not specifically designed to pierce armor. I just wish they'd get their facts straight before airing the episode. I can excuse incorrect terminology, but when you're spreading blatantly false information to make firearms seem scarier it's just ridiculous.
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