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This is a film to supplement one's research into the events that occurred in Waco, TX between Feburary 28th, 1993 and April 19th, 1993. In and of itself, it is a poor effort. It deals with too many unprovable conspiracy theories and makes too many hasty accusations. If one wants to get an understanding of the truth behind Waco, the best sources are the documentary "Waco: The Rules of Engagement" and the books "The Ashes of Waco: An Investigation" by Dick J. Reavis and "A Place Called Waco" by David Thibodeau. I do not recommend seeing this film until the other sources have been first referenced.
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