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  • [Robert Sandifer murder case #8]

    [Robert Sandifer murder case #8]

    00:00 A day after the funeral, at Sandifer’s grave, now covered w/dirt. 01:10 Andrew Jones doing on-camera wrap up. He is giving stats about the cemetery where Sandifer is buried. Says that 90% of the people buried there are under the age of 35; 60% have suffered gunshot wounds. Drugs and violence are the underlying causes of these tragi c stats. 06:00 B-roll footage. Grave diggers digging, cemetery visitors, graves, etc 08:27 Andrew Jones asks people in downtown Chicago what … Continue reading

  • [Robert Sandifer murder case #9]

    00:00 Shot of an odometer @ 9999 miles. It turns over to 10000. 00:30 Various b-roll shots of Chicago near lake shore (skyline, tourists, boats in lake, planes taking off/landing at Meigs Field, etc). 26:33 Various b-roll shots of downtown Chicago. 45:43 Footage of various still photos and headlines from newspapers. 50:50 Tape ends

  • [Yummy follow-up]

    [Yummy follow-up]

    Andrew Jones goes to several places involved in the Sandifer/ Shevon Dean incident and examines the aftermath of said incident. He also talks with a policymaker about the issue. Continue reading

  • Weekend TV (Yummy Sandifer Murder)

    Weekend TV (Yummy Sandifer Murder)

    Andrew Jones investigates the aftermath of the murder of 11-year-old Robert “Yummy” Sandifer, who had been accused of killing 14-year-old Shavon Dean in the Roseland neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago. Two brothers, Cragg and Derrick Hardaway, were arrested for the murder of Sandifer. Jones talks to family and friends about the tragedy of two murders of teenagers and how it reflects on our society. Continue reading

  • [Weekend TV 2-hour special]

    [Weekend TV 2-hour special]

    0:38 Weekend TV opening. People tell what they want to see on TV. Continue reading

  • [Weekend TV short cut]

    0:00 Weekend TV Opening titles and promotional talk. 1:17 A segment by Skip Blumberg on young rollerbladers in downtown Chicago. We see them do tricks on sidewalks, railings, and curbs, and listen to them talk about the thrills of their hobby. We see firsthand the struggles they have trying to find places to skate after a security guard tries to mak e them leave the area. 5:22 Brigid Murphy in Englewood introduces dance group House-O-Matic. Members of House-O-Matic dance on … Continue reading