The Keepers (2017)
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The Burial 

Two former students file charges against Father Joseph Maskell in 1994 accusing him of sexual molestation and assault. Although informants claim that evidence was recovered from a burial ... See full summary »

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Ryan White
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Tom Nugent Tom Nugent ... Himself - Journalist
Deep Throat Deep Throat ... Himself - Informant (voice)
Gemma Hoskins Gemma Hoskins ... Herself - Investigator
Abbie Schaub Abbie Schaub ... Herself - Investigator
Bob Erlandson Bob Erlandson ... Himself - Journalist
Beverly Wallace Beverly Wallace ... Herself - Attorney
Lee Richmond Lee Richmond ... Herself - Loyola University
Sharon A.H. May Sharon A.H. May ... Herself - State's Attorney's Office
Teresa Lancaster Teresa Lancaster ... Herself - Jane Roe
Randy Lancaster Randy Lancaster ... Himself - Teresa's Husband
Christian Richter Christian Richter ... Himself - Doctor (archive footage)
Kathy Hobeck Kathy Hobeck ... Herself - Former Student
Donna Vondenbosch Donna Vondenbosch ... Herself - Former Student
Lil Hughes Knipp Lil Hughes Knipp ... Herself - Former Student
Jean Hargadon Wehner Jean Hargadon Wehner ... Herself - Jane Doe
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Two former students file charges against Father Joseph Maskell in 1994 accusing him of sexual molestation and assault. Although informants claim that evidence was recovered from a burial site in a cemetery, the state's attorney claims that there was not enough evidence to warrant a prosecution. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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19 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Freddie Gray Segment
22 August 2018 | by carsal7See all my reviews

The insertion of the Freddie Gray incident into this episode was irrelevant and unnecessary. In my opinion, it totally took away from the meaning of the overall show. The burning and looting and destruction of the city and innocent civilians has absolutely nothing to do with this story. The actions of the current-day police department bear no resemblance to those actions of the police department during the alleged Keough situation. Totally different altogether.


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