“The United States worked with Hollywood to make the war on terror look better”

Afshin Rattansi goes underground with James G. Connell III- attorney at the U.S Defence Department, who represents Aamar al-Baluchi.

Aamar stands accused of financing 9/11, and the CIA-backed Hollywood film Zero Dark Thirty even based a character on him.

James explains how Hollywood producers and directors works with the CIA, and why the U.S considers itself to be exempt from many human rights treaties.

See also: Top Bush Era CIA Official Just Confirmed the Iraq War Was Based On Lies

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