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Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin examines an unsolved, mysterious death in the American heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism. In a case garnering international attention in the early 1980s, "town bully" Ken Rex McElroy is shot dead in front of almost 60 people in Skidmore, Mo. As local and federal investigations ensue, witnesses to the crime continue to deny having seen anything. The code of silence that envelops the tiny town changes the lives of its residents forever, as additional violent incidents plague the isolated community in the years that follow.

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Stinnett's baby is rescued; a Skidmore murder finally has closure; residents hope to move past the Ken Rex curse; there's no denying the cycle of violence; Skidmore aches to move on, it's clear they will never break their silence.
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Sheriff Espey is confident that Branson was murdered due to drug world connections; tragedy visits Skidmore when Bobbie Jo Stinnett is murdered at eight months pregnant and her unborn baby is stolen.
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Twenty years after Ken Rex McElroy's murder, two crimes rattle the town of Skidmore, Mo.; Wendy Gillenwater is beaten to death, while Branson Perry vanishes from his home; rumors swirl, but, as usual, no one seems to know a thing.
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Skidmore admits to a history of violence toward those who don't fit in; the FBI arrives and turns to the sheriff's role in the crime; Trena's fight for justice seems ever more elusive; the town begins to pay a different kind of price.
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Ken Rex's widow, Trena, comes forward with eyewitness testimony but investigators derail her at every turn; Rex's background and controversial relationships come to light; a brewing federal investigation threatens Skidmore's secret.
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Known as the town bully, Ken Rex McElroy terrorizes tiny Skidmore, Mo., for decades; then, 60 townspeople surround his pickup truck and shoot him dead on Main Street, but no one claims to see a thing.

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