War Dogs (2016)

Originally titled Arms and the Dudes: How Three Stoners from Miami Beach Became the Most Unlikely Gunrunners in History
Inspiration for the major motion picture War Dogs, the story begins in January 2007 when three young stoners from Miami Beach were put in charge of a $300 million Department of Defense contract to supply ammunition to the Afghanistan military. Instead of fulfilling the order with high-quality arms, Efraim Diveroli, David Packouz, and Alex Podrizki— the dudes—bought cheap communist-style surplus ammunitions from Balkan gunrunners. The dudes then secretly repackaged millions of rounds of ancient Chinese ammunition and shipped it to Kabul—until they were caught by Pentagon investigators and the scandal turned up on the front page of the New York Times.

Octopus (2012)

Sam Israel, The Secret Market, and Wall Street's Wildest Con
Octopus is a real-life thriller that tells the inside story of an audacious hedge fund fraud and the wild search, by a colorful cast of rogues and schemers, for a “secret market” beneath the financial market we all know.

The Brotherhoods (2007)

The True Story of Two Cops Who Murdered for the Mafia
The Brotherhoods is the chilling chronicle of the alleged crimes and betrayals of NYPD Detectives Stephen Caracappa and Louis Eppolito, notorious rogue cops who stand charged with the ultimate form of police corruption - shielding their crimes behind their badges while they worked for the mob.

War Dogs (2016)

Originally titled Arms and the Dudes: How Three Stoners from Miami Beach Became the Most Unlikely Gunrunners in History
Inspiration for the major motion picture War Dogs, the story begins in January 2007 when three young stoners from Miami Beach were put in charge of a $300 million Department of Defense contract to supply ammunition to the Afghanistan military. Instead of fulfilling the order with high-quality arms, Efraim Diveroli, David Packouz, and Alex Podrizki— the dudes—bought cheap communist-style surplus ammunitions from Balkan gunrunners. The dudes then secretly repackaged millions of rounds of ancient Chinese ammunition and shipped it to Kabul—until they were caught by Pentagon investigators and the scandal turned up on the front page of the New York Times.