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Rated NR · 90 min. · 2013


In this a fever swamp of paranoia, reporter Jeremy Scahill lays out a chilling picture of America as a global power that conducts an unchecked war against people in remote countries who may or may not be guilty of terrorist activity, in a series of "targeted assassinations" that may or may not hit the intended malefactor.In Scahill's telling, the secret war is being conducted under the direction of a Democratic president and an indifferent public.

See our full review: On the trail of America's covert operations in <i>Dirty Wars</i>

On the trail of America's covert operations in Dirty Wars

Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill's documentary makes us realize the U.S. government is capable of doing just about anything we can imagine, regardless of who is in the White House. »

Official Site: dirtywars.org
Director: Rick Rowley
Writer: David Riker and Jeremy Scahill
Cast: Jeremy Scahill


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