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Desperation can cause people to do extreme things. When its paired with obsession and an overwhelming need to belong, it can prove to be fatal. When individuals are pushed beyond their limits -- when their exclusivity to the finer things in life, status, and accessibility to belong are threatened -- some crimes can be fatal. Through firsthand testimony and never before seen video footage, "Dying to Belong" draws the curtain back on a community where distrust, rivalries, and the threat of losing everything can lead to extreme measures and actions, no matter what.

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aired 238 days ago
When a political candidate becomes desperate to win an election, he decides to take out the competition by any means necessary.
aired 238 days ago
When a popular college student is killed, investigators discover a dark side to the school's fraternity culture and uncover someone's obsession with revenge.
aired 238 days ago
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