From prison stories and vivid confessions of detainees from all over the world, viewers never get tired. This is supported by the fact that the premiere of the 14th season of the popular British documentary series “Corked Abroad” is waiting for us on the National Geography channel, from November 15 (Monday at 11 pm).
The new 10 one-hour episodes bring us the true stories of people who have been deprived of their liberty, and are serving their sentences abroad. From drug dealers to hostages, in the 14th cycle, we will see the confessions of criminals, fraudsters and their victims.
These are most often those who were arrested while crossing the border in an attempt to smuggle narcotics or some other illicit goods, but there are also cases when innocent people became involved in a crime they did not even know about.
Paul Derry spent his life, as well as his “working” life, trading in weapons and drugs. However, one wrong move cost him his freedom. He received an offer from a mafia clan to infiltrate a rival gang for a million dollars. Paul accepted this job, but he was not aware that in that way he would be involved in a horrible murder in which he would not be directly involved, but as part of the gang he would have to bear his share of the blame.
Faced with life imprisonment, he has no choice but to agree to a compromise. Paul will embark on a dangerous mission of gathering information from other prisoners who were involved in this crime. For the first time in this show, he will reveal his life confession in front of the cameras about how the sound engineer risked his life and spent 19 years as a protected witness with a blackmailed head and how he went on secret assignments, carrying a wire to collect confessions from his fellow conspirators.
The story of the American tandem that smuggled drugs from Afghanistan to Germany is no less exciting. David and Tom were arrested on the border between Turkey and Greece, and are in prison in Greece. What is their destiny and what does a summer vacation in the land of the ancient Helens look like, but behind prison bars, we will discover in this exciting series.
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