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Paul Jacobs and the Nuclear Gang (1979)

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21 March 1980 (Denmark)  »

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This film seeks truth on the atomic tests in Nevada. It's NOT Hollywood and has more consequences than "Erin Brokovich." It is a MUST SEE!
12 January 2007 | by (Baltimore, Maryland) – See all my reviews

This documentary is chilling and an eye-opener, and I believe it should be viewed by every American citizen. Directed and produced by Saul Landau, it is an in-depth interview with journalist, documentary filmmaker and social activist, Paul Jacobs, who covers the infamous misuse of atomic testing in the Nevada desert by the U.S. government and the Atomic Energy Commission upon discovering their web of deceit. It is NOT a "government" nor "military" endorsed public relations film. Among a large and balanced variety, you will see interviews of the military men who were used as guinea pigs, stationed closest to detonation and not told or lied to about the inherent harm. Also interviewed are military brass and AEC honchos who intentionally misled the public. This documentary is such a disclosure for justice, that it is a miracle it exists today. Because atomic radiation and dust travels with the winds, gets in the soil and water, and doesn't go away, it is my belief and reasoning that people downwind across this nation suffer now and will continue to suffer from these plutonium tests. I purchased this film because I had the rare privilege of talking to one of the atomic vets interviewed, who was courageous to endure and to shed light on what he had to experience. I am passionate about sharing this knowledge with everyone I can. EITHER OUR EYES WILL BE OPENED or tragically, we are already dead.


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