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lawyer Vineet Dhanda, white stand also offers an enhanced credit card reader,), at Johnson-Gloschat Funeral Home, Plus," Four months after shutting down the government, Sulawesi is one of the earthquake-prone archipelago nation`s five main islands and is known to sit astride fault lines The national search and rescue agency said one woman was rescued overnight in the neighbourhood of Balaroa near Palu where houses were swallowed up when the earthquake caused soil liquefaction Most of the confirmed deaths were in Palu a city of 379000 people where authorities were preparing a mass grave to bury some of the dead as soon as they were identified But nearly three days after the quake the extent of the disaster has yet to be made clear with authorities bracing for the death toll to climb sharply – perhaps into the thousands – as connections with remote areas up and down the coast are restored Of particular concern is Donggala a region of 300000 people north of Palu and close to the epicentre of the quake and two other districts which have been cut off from communications since Friday Along with Palu these districts have a combined population of about 14 million Five foreigners – three French one South Korean and one Malaysian – were among the missing President Widodo visited a devastated housing complex on Sunday and called for patience "I know there are many problems that need to be solved in a short time including communications" he said The ruins would be rebuilt Widodo said as aftershocks rattled the region FUEL AND RICE Footage of the ruined city of Palu showed a crumpled mess of houses cars and trees mashed together with rooftops and roads split asunder Officials say rescuers need heavy equipment to shift slabs of broken concrete but access to many areas has been hampered by damaged roads landslides and collapsed bridges The state energy company said it was airlifting in 4000 litres of fuel to help with the rescue effort while the state logistics agency said it was preparing to send hundreds of tonnes of rice Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said the government had allocated 560 billion Rupiah ($3758 million) for disaster recovery media reported Indonesia which sits on the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire is all too familiar with earthquakes and tsunamis A quake off Sumatra island in 2004 triggered a tsunami across the Indian Ocean that killed 226000 people in 13 countries including more than 120000 in Indonesia Questions are sure to be asked why warning systems set up after that disaster appear to have failed on Friday and why more people in coastal areas had not moved to higher ground after a big quake even in the absence of an official warning Sutopo Purwo Nugroho spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency told reporters on Sunday none of Indonesia`s tsunami buoys one type of instrument used to detect the waves had been operating since 2012 He blamed a fall-off in funding The meteorological and geophysics agency BMKG issued a tsunami warning after the quake but lifted it 34 minutes later drawing criticism it had been too hasty However officials estimated the waves had hit while the warning was in force The head of Indonesia`s investment board said on Twitter Widodo had agreed to accept international help and he would coordinate private sector help from around the world Neighbours including Australia Thailand and China have offered help while the European Union announced 15 million euros ($174 million) in immediate aidThe popularity of true crime as a genre continues to grow especially as Netflix’s hit docuseries Making a Murder returns for a second season on Oct 19 Audiences have grown addicted to podcasts that re-examine cold cases like the Peabody-winning In the Dark while books like Michelle McNamara’s memoir about her obsessive search for the Golden State Killer I’ll Be Gone in the Dark top bestseller lists Even parodies of true crime series like Netflix’s American Vandal and The Onion’s A Very Fatal Murder have found legions of fans The best docuseries about true crime have brought about real change or justice attracting new lawyers to take up the cases of some of these documentary subjects Others of these works probe our judicial system for flaws And many simply mine the prurient and disturbing details of a real tragedy for entertainment value Either way there’s no denying the mass appeal of these types of stories If you’re looking to spend a night in watching a documentarian try to unravel a complicated case there are plenty of options from recent hits like Wild Wild Country and Evil Genius to classics like The Staircase and Paradise Lost Here are the best true crime documentaries and docuseries Making a Murderer (2015) This was Netflix’s breakout true crime hit The docuseries’ filmmakers have been praised for their dedication (they filmed over 10 years) and criticized for their possible bias in favor of subject Steven Avery a man twice accused of murder and his nephew Brendan Dassey But few real-life stories have this many twists and turns The saga will continue with Making a Murderer: Part 2 which will follow Avery’s and Dassey’s respective appeals processes Where to Watch: Netflix The Jinx (2015) If you haven’t seen The Jinxor read about the revelations from the documentary in the newsyou need to watch the “Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” The six-part series explores the life of a wealthy man implicated in the disappearance of his wife the murder of a family friend and the death of a neighbor The final episode of The Jinx nearly broke the internet and with good reason Where to Watch: HBO The Staircase (2005) The Staircase a 2005 documentary series by French filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade is often held up as one of the best examples of the genre Novelist Michael Peterson becomes the center of a criminal investigation after his wife is found dead at the bottom of a staircase Lestrade never tries to solve the murder but rather examines how the criminal justice system treats Peterson Lestrade added two more episodes to the original eight in 2013 and another three in 2018 Where to Watch: Netflix Into the Abyss (2011) Ostensibly about two teenagers who commit a triple homicide Werner Herzogs Into the Abyss is really an examination of the morality of the death penalty The famed director is able to get his subjectsincluding both those who would be subject to the death penalty and those who would carry it outto open up for an emotionally wrenching film Where to Watch: Netflix Paradise Lost Trilogy (1996) In three movies (made in 1996 2000 and 2011) the filmmakers follow the courtroom drama surrounding three teenage boysDamien Echols Jessie Misskelley Jr and Jason Baldwin known as the West Memphis Threeaccused of killing three eight-year-olds The trilogy was one of the first documentaries to have a major real-life impact on a trial Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Wild Wild Country (2018) The Netflix original show veers from the structure of most traditional true crime series by examining a cult that moves from India to Oregon Before the cult’s leaders are accused of criminal behavior Wild Wild Country is one of the rare docuseries that lends sympathy to both sides in this case members of the cult and their unhappy new neighbors A true pop culture phenomenon the series catapulted an esoteric cult into the mainstream Where to Watch: Netflix There’s Something Wrong With Aunt Diane (2011) A mom drives the wrong way on the highway and causes an accident that kills eight people including herself her daughter and her three nieces After medical reports claimed that Diane Schuler had alcohol and drugs in her system at the time of the crash director Liz Garbus investigates alternative scenarios Where to Watch: HBO The Thin Blue Line (1988) One of the most influential documentary films ever made focuses on the murder of a policeman and the hitchhiker accused of committing the crime Filmmaker Errol Morris builds a near-unassailable case for Randall Dale Adams’ innocence Where to Watch: Netflix The Aileen Wuornos Movies (1992) Charlize Theron won an Oscar playing serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster But before Theron’s portrayal made the case famous Nick Broomfield filmed Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer (1992) Wuornos never denied her guilt so Bloomfield focuses on Wuornos’ rising notoriety His follow-up film Aileen: Life & Death of a Serial Killer centers on Wuornos’ last interview in her prison cell in 2003 Where to Watch: Netflix The Central Park Five (2012) Ken Burns and his daughter Sarah Burns teamed up to investigate the infamous "Central Park jogger murder" Five black and Latino boys (Antron McCray Kevin Richardson Yusef Salaam Raymond Santana and Korey Wise) landed in prison for the beating and rape of a white woman even though evidence showed they did not commit the crime The documentary doesnt pick apart the crime scene; instead the Burnses zoom in on the social and political tension surrounding the racially-charged case Where to Watch: Amazon Prime The Keepers (2017) The emotional Netflix true crime series centers on the unsolved murder of young nun Sister Cathy Cesnik Cesnik knew about cases of sexual abuse in the Catholic church and many of her former students posit that she was silenced Most true crime series focus on the suspects but The Keepers gives a voice to the survivors Where to Watch: Netflix Evil Genius (2018) This documentary series is not about our broken criminal justice system or society’s ills It’s about a truly bizarre crime involving a collar with a bomb attached a scavenger hunt and a gun hidden inside a cane It’s an outrageous case that only becomes more captivatingand bizarrein the final episode when a crucial witness makes an appearance Where to Watch: Netflix Write to Eliana Dockterman at [email protected], Atwal later moved to Surrey," Rosenow said. just a few days after his wedding ceremony.

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