It's been five years since Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans and parts of the Gulf Coast, and media outlets have run stories looking back on the destruction as well as the rebuilding. But the latest Frontline is a must watch.
PBS's Frontline teamed up with reporters from ProPublica and The Times-Picayune to uncover killings, and coverups, by the New Orleans Police Department in the days after the hurricane destroyed the city and, along with it, any sense of order. The investigations lasted over a year, and show just how chaotic the city was in the aftermath of Katrina.
The full program can be seen here.
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