Who Killed Atlanta's Children?
From 1979 to 1981, 29 African-American males, mostly children, were either missing or found murdered in metro Atlanta. The cases plagued the city until 1982, when Wayne Wiiliams was convicted of the murders of two adult men. Authorities then considered the other cases closed. Some of the parents of the slain children were critical of the way the cases were handled and believed there was some sort of cover up. Nearly four years after the conviction of Williams, "Spin" magazine editor Ron Larson and reporter Pat Laughlin come to Atlanta in search of the truth.
- Stars:James Belushi, Gregory Hines, Sean McCann, Shawn Doyle, Kenneth Welsh, Eugene Clark, Jack Wallace, J.J. Johnston, Aidan Devine, Lynda Gravatt, Debra Sharkey, Bill Duke, Bill MacDonald, Craig Eldridge, Matthew Cooke,
- Country:Germany, USA
- Director:Charles Robert Carner,
- Writer:Charles Robert Carner
In the early 1980's there was someone killing the children of Atlanta. Eventually a single man was caught and convicted in one of the largest manhunts in our nation's history. Ever since ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Who Killed Atlanta's Children? torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: I will skip this one.
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(br) wrote: this movie was mediocre at best...
(ag) wrote: Out of morbid curiosity
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