New York Justice: Beat Reporters | 2000
Follows journalists from New York City who investigate criminal cases, including "New York Post" crime beat reporter Mark Stamey and WABC Television chief investigative reporter Sarah Wallace. Each case unfolds as the reporters track informants, interview witnesses and try to uncover the truth behind the crime committed. Stamey's story follows the police slaying of Bronx resident Malcolm Ferguson, sorting out the conflicting accounts of a brutal police conspiracy and the consequences of the life of a repeat petty criminal. Wallace's investigation reveals the details of the case that led to wrongful imprisonment for murder of Anthony Faison and Charles Shepherd, due to false testimony incited by poverty and drug addiction.