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Robert May, Kids for Cash

Robert May often hears that Kids for Cash, his debut as a documentarian, seems like a 21st century Charles Dickens horror story. It’s almost difficult to digest; its shocking and a repulsive reality. It is a behind the scenes examination of the notorious Pennsylvania judicial scandal, where two judges were convicted of sending thousands of young teens to a for-profit juvenile prison in return for kickbacks. May gets the parents, reporters, kids and even the judges before his cameras in an unforgettable indictment of injustice.


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