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The new movie Able Danger has caused quite a stir at the Rotterdam International Film Festival and is scheduled to be released soon in the U.S. This dark tale of intrigue deals with the crime of the century and what happens when a young independent publisher and coffee house proprietor is introduced to information that implicates some of the most powerful people on earth. The real-life inspiration for this film is publisher, writer and activist Sander Hicks and his book “The Big Wedding: 9/11, The Whistleblowers, and The Cover-Up.” Hear an interview with Hicks.
Join Host Robert Larson this Friday for his interview with 911 researcher and activist Sander Hicks.
They’ll be discussing the new film, ABLE DANGER, based on Sander Hicks investigation into September 11th, 2001.
He’s the author of The Big Wedding: 9/11, The Whistle-Blowers & The Cover-Up.
Hear a discussion with commentator Thomas Cigango about The Wrecked Economy, Torture, and the Silencing of Watchdog/Whistleblower Spitzer.