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|731: How America Exploited Japan's Bio Weapons Crimes|
|Date||Thursday December 06|
|Time||6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
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Pacific Atrocities Education
730 Commercial St.
|Organizer/Author||Pacific Atrocities Education/Paul Johnson Fil|
|jenny [at] pacificatrocities.org|
The controversial documentary film "731 - How America Exploited Japan's Biological Weapons Crimes" will have it's U.S. debut screening on December 6th at Pacific Atrocities Education in San Francisco.
The horrific War Crimes of Unit 731 and America's decision to not prosecute its leaders in exchange for the data from human experimentation are among the Cold War's darkest moments and are an ongoing source of instability in East Asia today.
In partnership with Pacific Atrocities Education, "731" director Paul Johnson will screen the film in San Francisco and hold a Q and A session and talk about the many lingering issues from this episode and how they relate to the present situation in Washington DC and Asia.
WHAT: Screening of "731 - How America Exploited Japan's Biological Weapons Crimes"
WHERE: Pacific Atrocities Education, 730 Commercial Street, San Francisco, 94108
WHEN: Thursday, December 6th, 2018 6:30pm
TICKETS: $15 for early bird, $20 at door RSVP to jenny [at] pacificatrocities.org
For advance media interviews with director Paul Johnson: paul [at] pauljohnsonfilms.com
Here is the link to the trailer and film: