This week on DNTO, we're handing out the dish best served cold.
Tales of ugly vengeance, timely justice and petty payback.
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Can you avenge your father's murder?
Retribution in the romantic triangle- Sarah Symonds of television's "The Mistress"
Child Soldier Emmanuel Jal on truth and revenge
Author John Vaillant asks: can animals seek vengeance?
WhenAnne Marie Hagan was 19 years old old, a neighbour burst into her family home, killed her father and stuck an axe through her shoulder. For years she yearned to settle the score, but that all changed when she came face to face with the man who ruined her family.
A few years back, Jorge Rivero and his partner, Ian, moved into what they thought was a pretty great place. Until some hard partying neighbours moved in upstairs. Soon his nights were filled with plotting petty revenge on the ladies disturbing his domestic bliss.
Sook-Yin Lee hits the streets to ask you, "Was that act of revenge worth it?"
During a stint in the hospital as a child, Frank Verpaelst was the victim of a bedside bully. But he fought back, making the children's ward safe for sick kids.
Sarah Symonds is the host of the reality T.V. show The Mistress. As an ex-mistress herself, she hopes to help women leave their married lovers and escape the never-ending cycle of retribution and heartache.
Carson Nattrass got just what he deserved for dishing up his one and only taekwondo kick for years...and years as a young fighter.
Emmanuel Jal was recruited as a child soldier during the Sudanese civil war. For years, he was bent on avenging the death of his family, until he realized that his hate was misplaced. The realization caused him to shift gears and become an activist for peace.
Clare Lawlor revisits her own sordid story of revenge... but this time, she takes a few scientists along for the ride. You'll discover what really fuels your desire for vengeance and whether or not it's worth it.
In 1997, a tiger stalked and killed a Russian hunter in the Siberian wilderness. To most people, it looked like an act of revenge. But was it? John Vaillant explored the incident in his award winning novel The Tiger, and he'll give us his take.