Exposed with Deborah Norville - Netflix
Sat 22 June 2019
What happens when the spotlight shines too brightly? What's the result when the glittery world of Hollywood collides with the dark world of crime? Host Deborah Norville peels back the cover on some of entertainment's headline-making stories. Whether it's a star's fall from grace, a celebrity victimized by misplaced trust, or a crime that launches a career, Exposed with Deborah Norville (aka: The Exposed with Deborah) takes viewers deep into the twists and turns of the saga including who did it and how. In addition to fast-paced interviews with those intimately connected to the story viewers will also see recreations, surveillance footage and police interrogations to tell stunning stories from the world of entertainment.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Exposed with Deborah Norville - Iraq prison abuse scandals - Netflix
About six months after the invasion of Iraq rumors of Iraq prison abuse scandals started to emerge. The best known abuse incidents occurred at the large Abu Ghraib prison. Graphic pictures of some of those abuse incidents were made public. Less well-known abuse incidents have been documented at American prisons throughout Iraq.
Exposed with Deborah Norville - September 2003 - Netflix
Corporal Donald Payne of the Queen's Lancashire Regiment now the 1st Battalion, Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's, Lancashire and Border), became Britain's first convicted war criminal after pleading guilty to abusing Iraqi detainees, which resulted in the death of one detainee Baha Mousa.
Exposed with Deborah Norville - References - Netflix