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     Rapido Rushes: INXS 2
Publisher: BBC Motion Gallery
Format: NTSC

television show which ran from 1988 to 1992 and was presented by Antoine de Caunes. It ran in over 14 countries worldwide [1]. The show which would usually go out in an early evening slot, such as 7.30pm on a Wednesday night, featured reports from up and coming new bands linked together with footage of Antoine standing in front of a large Rapido sign on a white background. The show developed from shows Antoine presented in France, and gave the name to the production company Rapido TV (later Planet Rapido) which is famed for creating the late night Channel 4 television show Eurotrash. This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media.'s standard return policy will apply.

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     Mumia: A Case for Reasonable Doubt
Publisher: Fox Lorber
Format: Color, NTSC

Mumia: A Case for Reasonable Doubt joins the likes of The Thin Blue Line, Brother's Keeper, and Paradise Lost in its depiction of a justice system that is sometimes not conscientious about whom it convicts. Mumia Abu-Jamal had been on death row for 14 years at the time this film was made in 1996, following his conviction in the shooting death of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. Yet the film makes a persuasive case that events, as told by eyewitnesses whose original statements are claimed to have been either coerced by the police or concocted to please the prosecution, did not unfold the way the investigating officers say they did. A "confession" the police claim they got from Mumia in the hospital (both he and Faulkner were shot) never happened, according to the attending physician who was with Mumia the whole time. Forensic evidence suggests the murder weapon was not the one carried by Mumia, who worked nights as a cab driver, and in any case the weapon had no prints on it. The judge on the case was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and had the largest murder conviction record of any judge in the country. On the other hand, Mumia, formerly a member of the Black Panthers, refuses to give a full account of what happened the night of December 9, 1981, when the murder occurred. The seeds of doubt sowed by this film should be enough to make anyone crave knowing what really happened. --Jim Gay

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