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Better This World - Trailer

Preview: Season 24 Episode 10 | 1m 49s

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"Better This World" follows the radicalization of Bradley Crowder and David McKay from Midland, Texas, under the tutelage of revolutionary activist Brandon Darby. The results: eight homemade bombs, multiple domestic terrorism charges and a high-stakes entrapment defense hinging on the actions of a controversial FBI informant.

Aired: 09/05/11 | Rating: NR

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