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Source:  Deadline

When “The Keepers” debuted on Netflix in May, it was instantly linked to another of the streaming services’ true-crime documentary series: “Making a Murderer.”

Another haunting story of institutional injustice, director Ryan White’s seven-part series, “The Keepers,” came to him through family connections, investigating the 1969 murder of a Baltimore nun, Sister Cathy Cesnik—a teacher at Archbishop Keough High School who stood up against alleged sexual abuse by priests in her local community and paid the ultimate price.

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