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The Business of Crime
8:26

Buying Organs on the Black Market

We explore the black market body trade, which involves collusion between organized criminals and corrupt doctors, police and medical administration staff.
CRIMEWAVE
13:34

The Rise of Money Launderers on Snapchat and Instagram

VICE investigates how criminals use social media to recruit often unsuspecting young people into laundering their illicit money, turning them into “money mules”.
FAKES, FRAUDS & SCAMMERS
7:55

I Faked My Way to a £15K/Month Pro Football Contract

Gregoire Akcelrod was a bad footballer who was determined to be a star. Helped by a sham CV, he was about to sign with a top club when fans realized his story was fake.
VWN SYSTEM ERROR
13:22

How Big Pharma Gets Dangerous Drugs Approved

This episode explores the complex relationship between the FDA and Big Pharma.
The Business of Crime
7:46

Buying Nuclear Weapons on the Black Market

VICE World News dives into the shadowy world of nuclear weapons smuggling - and what the real likelihood is of the world’s nukes falling into the wrong hands.
VWN SYSTEM ERROR
13:24

The Fossil Fuel Industry’s Dirty Secret

Fossil fuel companies knew about climate change decades ago. But instead of doing something about it, they spent billions to confuse the public and seed doubt.
The Business of Crime
7:49

How to Pull Off a Bank Heist I The Business of Crime

We look into bank heists - how to pull them off, why they often fail and how criminals are using advances in tech to take this old school form of robbery online.
Gangster Rap International
18:23

The Unlikely Rise of Ghanaian Drill

In this episode of Noisey’s global rap series, ‘Gangsta Rap International’, host Chuckie finds himself in Ghana exploring the unlikely rise of Ghanaian Drill.
FAKES, FRAUDS & SCAMMERS
6:39

I Went Undercover in a Scam Call Center

Behind every scam call is a scammer. Some feel no guilt, but some know they’re doing the wrong thing. We speak to a scammer turned savior, to learn why he swapped sides.
The War On Drugs
11:16

Did the CIA Actually Sell Crack in the 1980s?

As cocaine flooded into America in the 1980s, this is how one reporter exposed CIA collaboration with cartels. Did the US government actually cause the crack epidemic?
VWN Informers
6:08

The Scariest Things I’ve Seen While Hacking

A white hat hacker reveals how vulnerable our systems are globally, the impact of major hacks and how it affects all of us.
Shelter Fight For Home / web
9:31

NOT MY SHAME: Britain's Housing Emergency

NOT MY SHAME is a documentary exploring the truthful reality of housing inequality and young people using the power of creativity and activism to take their power back.
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