1. Double Lives
In Mississippi, a beautiful teenage transsexual, Mercedes Williamson, is killed by her gang-member boyfriend Josh. With Josh sentenced to life, a series of interviews reveals the truth behind his relationship with her.
2. Murder in Mississippi
When a black man was murdered in Jackson, Mississippi, an FBI investigation uncovered a campaign of attacks by local white kids. This episode follows the story of one of the murderers, 18-year-old Sarah Graves, as her family tried to come to terms with what she'd done and why.
As for the show dealing with Mississippi, I am thankful for the Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. He teaches us both the nature of whites and blacks.. Under the institution of white Supremacy, two mental complexes are created. Being that whites have a Superiority complex versus blacks having a inferiority complex. both complexes must be destroyed with truth. In the documentary. Sarah's relatives are the sickest. They are in complete denial of their sick racism. It also makes them dangerous. To walk around mentality ill and not know it causes me great concern. On the other hand, to walk around not knowing you're suffering from a inferiority complex is dangerous too. The black Judge clearly suffers from the above mentioned. Lastly. Allah/God in person said Seperation is the solution to America's racial problem. The two races suffers from irreconcilable perceptions of reality. One is a God and the ither us the devil. The interaction between the two races clearly identifies who is who.☆☆☆☆☆
What rth it for the second episode alone. The staggering lack of awareness in the white family is infuriating, and the judge is a better man than they deserve, but by the end, maybe some people are beginning to see some light....at much too high a cost. And of course, some have learned absolutely nothing, which just makes you want to scream. It was heartbreaking, but really worth it. 5 stars just for that episode
I'm going to first correct my review. should say worth* it for the second episode alone
This was very interesting and I am glad I had the chance to see them.
Really enjoyed learning about these cases and hearing the stories from different perspectives. From the people who committed the crimes to law enforcement who handled the case and the people impacted by the tragedies this series gives insight into events that typically arent found in other similar programs. wish there were more episodes to watch