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Netflix’s ‘E-Team’ Trailer Exposes Terrifying Human Rights Abuses (Video)

The Netflix original documentary follows a group of activists dedicated to investigating global genocide and providing a voice to helpless victims

The first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming original documentary “E-Team” will serve as another reminder of how much injustice plagues the world.

The film follows a group of activists who dedicate and risk their lives to investigate and expose human rights abuses around the globe.

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Controversial leaders Bashar al-Assad and Muammar Gaddafi are among the Emergency Team’s targets as they smuggle themselves across country lines to uncover crucial evidence for documenting crimes and capturing the world’s attention.

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“E-Team,” directed by Oscar winner Ross Kauffman (“Born into Brothels”) and Emmy nominee Katy Chevigny (“Election Day”), will begin a limited theatrical run on Oct. 22 and become available to Netflix subscribers on Oct. 24.