Season 2

Episode Guide

Chicago PD: Breaking The Code Of Silence

S2 E1
May 24, 2019
In the second season premiere episode, Alex Ferrer interviews a whistleblower who exposed corrupt officers who stole from drug dealers and planted drugs on innocent people. (NR)

Polygamy, Power and Profits: The Case Against the Kingstons

S2 E2
May 31, 2019
When a college student helps his girlfriend escape the influence of her polygamist family, he begins to suspect that they are committing massive fraud & they decide to take their evidence to the FBI. Host Alex Ferrer investigates these allegations of tax and money laundering by members of the Kingston Clan. (NR)

SeaWorld: The Case Against Captivity

S2 E3
Jun 07, 2019
John Hargrove, a former SeaWorld senior killer whale trainer, was entranced with whales ever since he first visited the theme park as a child. But after years of working at SeaWorld, he grew to believe that the forced captivity of the whales resulted in a host of serious and dangerous physical and behavioral issues. Now, he's decided to speak out and quit the job he once loved. (NR)

Doctors vs. Midwives/Cremation, Kickbacks and Corruption

S2 E4
Jun 14, 2019
Host Alex Ferrer investigates the dangerous insurance fraud at IU Health/Healthnet, and another case about kickbacks at a mortuary. In the episode's second story, Barry Taul, a funeral home director turned embalmer, uncovers a kickback scheme that was costing taxpayers more than two million dollars. (NR)

The Billion Dollar Back Surgery Scam: Patients in Pain and Peril

S2 E5
Jun 21, 2019
Host Alex Ferrer uncovers the secrets of the billion-dollar back surgery scheme, one of the most complex, and dangerous, schemes to defraud workers' compensation insurance in California state history. At the center of the scheme were doctors who were being paid large kickbacks to steer patients into spinal fusion surgery at specific hospitals, including many cases where the procedures were medically unnecessary. (NR)

Bunny's War/Opioid Lollipops

S2 E6
Jun 28, 2019
Host Alex Ferrer examines the case against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and a second story about a pharmaceutical company that illegally marketed addictive opioids for treatments not approved by the Federal Drug Administration, resulting in serious danger to patients, which allegedly including a number of fatalities.