Black Market: Dispatches
In this global series presented by Michael K. Williams, we embed ourselves inside criminal enterprises to see how contraband moves across borders, and explore the politics behind a hidden economy nearly as big as the one you know.
Changes have taken place in society in particular the liberalization of foreign trade operation and canceled the state monopoly on external trade have led to significant changes in the nature and extent of smuggling. In recent years in most countries of the world trafficking is recognized as one of the most dangerous types of criminal activity. Along with crime in general, smuggling, obviously will exist as long as there are borders. In a new documentary project Black Market: Dispatches season 1 also examines the history of contraband moves across borders. From this story you'll learn about the slip in politics and the hidden economy activity. You will be surprised by the picture clearly suffering under the economic embargo when the inhabitants of the territory of the Gas will use the illegal network of tunnels for smuggling goods for the sake of extending their own life. Also, you will see a picture unhappy fate of desperate young women which are hoping to save themselves from the onslaught of the Syrian war they will be sold into sexual slavery under the guise of religious belief. All the details of the hard times of the movie will open to you if you show a desire to come to know the depths of the underworld.Read more »