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  • Published on:  Monday, August 28, 2017
  • Watch Part 2 here: https://www.viveos.net/video/0__XpC6c-bQ/video.html

    This two-part series sees veteran presenter Sir Trevor McDonald come face to face with some of the world’s most dangerous criminals as he gets exclusive access to one of America’s oldest and most notorious prisons.

    Housing 1900 inmates, 12 of whom are on death row, Trevor spends two weeks in the dark and forbidding world of Indiana State Maximum Security Prison. He hears from men who know what it is like to live under the shadow of the death penalty and even the date and time they will die.

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  • z Xy uz_ Kobra

    z Xy uz_ Kobra

     2 hours ago

    freeee sanford he needs a second chans

  • Andrew Barsky

    Andrew Barsky

     3 hours ago

    Fascinating documentary. Great work!

  • Lauren Rodino

    Lauren Rodino

     7 hours ago

    Honestly, I expected to see some badass muscular men in here but all I see are sweet old men. I know a lot of them are rapers and murderers but ay, still kinda sweet(Oh, and I'm talking bout the beginning!).

  • Aj Lover

    Aj Lover

     7 hours ago

    Bro that cat tho

  • Kusque.

    Kusque.

     7 hours ago

    tbh if i knew i was gonna die might aswell kill me now

  • Ghost Smoke

    Ghost Smoke

     9 hours ago

    The man who was convicted at 15 that killed when he was 13 deserves a second chance. He seems very intelligent, not at all what you think of when you think of hardcore criminals. He seems like someone who could have made it far in life.

  • Carnage Dogg

    Carnage Dogg

     10 hours ago

    You know these guys are sociopaths rehearsing for the parole board,painting themselves in a good light for recommendations and trying to get penpals and girlfriends for money to buy coke and snickers.

  • SRIRACHA_PENGUIN _

    SRIRACHA_PENGUIN _

     10 hours ago

    4:04
    “how you doin?”
    “hi”

  • Erik Martinez

    Erik Martinez

     11 hours ago

    Why to go on answering that question "do you like them". That was a cheapshot

  • Aqua_Sivi _

    Aqua_Sivi _

     14 hours ago

    Why tf do i feel bad fot this people

  • ѕj cσvєrѕ

    ѕj cσvєrѕ

     16 hours ago

    ι ℓσνє мυя∂єя

  • ѕj cσvєrѕ

    ѕj cσvєrѕ

     16 hours ago

    fα¢к σff иιggα

  • Damien Tyre

    Damien Tyre

     17 hours ago

    Sanford is a remarkable guy. Im sorry that happened to you brother.

  • millzi matt

    millzi matt

     17 hours ago

    60 year old: here ya go young man

    55 year old: alright thank you!

  • Susan Koech

    Susan Koech

     17 hours ago +1

    Watching this has made me realize that I dont have to be depressed anymore. I am free.

  • MathiasRandom

    MathiasRandom

     22 hours ago

    So they’re probarly dead now

  • Scourix

    Scourix

     23 hours ago

    Charles Westrmoreland in his young years there huh?

  • Donald Simms

    Donald Simms

     yesterday

    These guys get tv’s and and playing xbox? I don’t even have a damn Xbox

  • Gavin

    Gavin

     yesterday

    No the catt

  • Anoukori

    Anoukori

     yesterday

    As a german, who is not used to this at all, I'm shocked and saddened by how little America cares for human rights even in their own country and the waste of potential here is really breaking my heart.