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Aftermath-Unanswered Questions from 9-11
Date Wednesday July 02
Time 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location Details
UC Berkeley, 155 Dwinelle Hall For directions call 510-595-4641
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorCarol Brouillet
Sundance Award winning Guerrilla News Network presents- Aftermath -Unanswered Questions from 9-11 will be screened followed by a panel discussion with Michael Ruppert, Peter Dale Scott, Riva Enteen, moderated by director Stephen Marshall, and dialogue with the public at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 2nd, 2003, UC Berkeley, 155 Dwinelle Hall. On April 21st, 2003, Aftermath was shown at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco to a full house (about 300 people were turned away) and received a standing ovation. The film raises the elementary questions, that the mainstream media, and the official “Independent Commission” have failed to ask, about the “defining event” which the Bush Administration has used as a launching pad for a war on the world, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. The Questions- To what extent should airlines have been prepared for 9/11? What did the Bush administration know and when? Why wasn’t the US military able to intercept the hijacked planes? How did the administration respond to the failures of the military and Intelligence agencies on 9/11? What ties, if any, did the US government and Intelligence agencies have with the terrorists or their supporters? Were there plans for a war in central Asia prior to September 11? Is there an underlying motive, besides the War on Terror, for the US military presence in Central Asia? Is there any historical evidence to suggest that the government may have used the 9/11 attacks to justify its war in Central Asia? How has the government\'s reaction to the terrorist attacks affected the rule of law in the United States? How has recent legislation like the PATRIOT ACT and the Homeland Security bill affected the lives of American people? What can we do? Narrated by Hip Hop legend, Paris, Aftermath features: George Soros, (billionaire philanthropist), Mary Schiavo (Aviation Disaster Attorney), Mike Ruppert (Publisher: From the Wilderness), Nafeez Ahmed (Author: The War on Freedom), David McMichael (former CIA analyst), Michel Chossudovsky (Author: War and Globalization), Peter Dale Scott (Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley, author of Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina), Alex Jones (Editor:, John Judge (Founder, C.O.P.A.), Riva Enteen (Program Director, SF National Lawyer\'s Guild) The panel discussion will especially focus on the attacks upon civil liberties. The public will be invited to speak and raise their own questions. Suggested donation: $5 Advanced tickets through- or call 1-415-389-TIXX, 1-866-384-3060 Doors open at 6:30pm Tickets will be available at the door starting 5:30pm.
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