This documentary investigates the case of Bijan Ebrahimi, an Iranian man who was murdered in cold blood in Capgrave Crescent, Bristol.Bijan Ebrahimi, 44, had been suffering racial and physical abuse on the estate he lived on in the Brislington area of the city. And even though he had complained to police after suffering antisocial behavior but he was killed two days after he himself was arrested after completely unfounded complaints that he had interest in children. He was beaten to death and his body set on fire after it was doused in white spirit. Two of his neighbors were arrested for the murder; Lee James, 24, of Capgrave Crescent, Bristol, admitted his murder, at Bristol Crown Court. And Stephen Norley, 24, also of Capgrave Crescent, admitted assisting an offender. Sadly the events that led to Bijan Ebrahimi’s murder were not the first time he had been the subject of apparent hate crime as he was forced to move out of a previous home after it was set on fire. This documentary will shed much - needed light on how Mr. Ebrahimi’s disability and ethnic origin as an Iranian Muslim came to be a reason why he was targeted by the offenders. This is a case where the victim repeatedly told the police that he was at risk yet he was simply ignored until police negligence led to his death. The film will also provide a detailed analysis of how Ebrahimi was treated by Avon and Somerset police over a number of years. And police incompetence and neglect.