It all began in a Brooklyn precinct known as The Seven Five in the late 1980s.
Brooklyn, New York was the murder capital of America and ground zero for the crack cocaine epidemic. One man led his crew on a rampage through the streets of East New York, robbing drug dealers at gunpoint, stealing countless kilos of cocaine and hundreds of thousands dollars in cash. His name was Officer Michael Dowd, a New York City cop, and his arrest in 1992 led to the largest police corruption scandal in New York City history. This is his story.
★★★★ "A hugely entertaining documentary" - Cath Clarke, Time Out
★★★★ "Gripping" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian