Charlie Minn, makes “true-crime” documentaries.

“My aim is to give victims a voice, they need to be heard.
I am fascinated by true-crime, why they happen, how they could happen, and often the devastating aftermath.
I stick up for victims.”

Minn, who splits time between El Paso, TX and New York City has made “A Nightmare in Las Cruces”
which was sold to Lions Gate. He also directed “Cruces Divided” and most recently “8 Murders a Day” which examines the drug war in Juarez, Mexico.