This 2015 documentary investigates a series of unsolved murders and attacks that targeted Vietnamese-American journalists.
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Between 1981 and 1990, five Vietnamese-American journalists in cities across the U.S. were murdered, and many others in the community were intimidated and attacked. Who was responsible for this reign of terror — and why did that question go unanswered for so long? FRONTLINE, ProPublica and correspondent A.C. Thompson reopen a domestic terrorism case that went unsolved for decades.
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