A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since the September 11 and the Patriot Act.

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Aquil Abdullah ...
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John Ashcroft ...
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Bob Barr ...
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Azmat Begg ...
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A.J. Brown ...
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Vincent Cannistraro ...
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Dick Cheney ...
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Darren Christensen ...
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David Cole ...
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Ryan Coonerty ...
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Kathy Culliton ...
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Peter A. DeFazio ...
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Hanan Hamoui ...
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A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since the September 11 and the Patriot Act.

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5 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties  »

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A disturbing, yet important, film about the Bush administration's attack on Americans' civil liberties after 9/11
20 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is disturbing because it is purely factual and it documents insidious activities (carried out by the Bush administration) that are taking place this very second in a country that claims to support "freedom." People are being detained without any access to family or legal representation and they haven't even been charged with any crime. People's privacy is being trampled all over as the government secretly searches library records, e-mail conversations, phone records, etc. without notifying people. The government is infiltrating peace groups...the list goes on. See this movie and find out how your civil liberties are in serious danger.


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