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Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War (2004)

Interviews with varied U.S officials and experts offer a deconstruction on the Bush administration's case for war in Iraq in the wake of 9/11.


Robert Greenwald




Credited cast:
David Albright David Albright ... Self - Physicist and former weapons inspector with the IAEA Action team
Robert Baer ... Self - Former CIA operative who served in Iraq and Lebanon
Milton Bearden ... Self - Former Head of the CIA's Societ / Eastern European Division and Station Chief in Pakistan
Rand Beers Rand Beers ... Self - Former Special Assistant to the President and National Security Council Senior Director for Combating Terrorism
Bill Christison Bill Christison ... Self - Former CIA Director of the Office of Regional and Political Analysis
David Corn David Corn ... Self - Washington Editor of the Nation Magazine
Philip Coyle Philip Coyle ... Self - Former Assistant Security of Defense and Director of Operational Test and Evaluation at the Pentagon
John Dean ... Self - Former White House Counsel to President Nixon
Patrick Eddington Patrick Eddington ... Self - Former CIA Analyst during the 1991 Iraq War
Chas Freeman Chas Freeman ... Self - Former Assistant Secretary of Defense and Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
Graham Fuller Graham Fuller ... Self - Former Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA
Melvin Goodman ... Self - 20 year Senior CIA Analyst (as Mel Goodman)
John Brady Kiesling John Brady Kiesling ... Self - Former Political Counselor to the US Embassy Athens, Greece
Karen Kwiatkowski Karen Kwiatkowski ... Self - Former Air Force Lt. Colonel
Patrick Lang Patrick Lang ... Self - Former Chief of Middle East Intelligence at the Defense Intelligence Agency


Interviews with varied U.S officials and experts offer a deconstruction on the Bush administration's case for war in Iraq in the wake of 9/11.

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The story of how truth became the first American casualty in Iraq.


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former White House council to Richard Nixon: Senior administration officials is a key to very specifically the president, vice president, cabinet officers and the top of the White house.
former White House council to Richard Nixon: had gone out of their way to get that information out, not only told Novak, told Time magazine. They wanted that information out. Now, that's against a statutory law that prohibits the identification of CIA operatives. It also has the potential of placing that person in jeopardy because of their operations, and their own operation and people they ...
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Deception by whom and for what purpose?
21 November 2005 | by headhunter46See all my reviews

This DVD went to great lengths to convince viewers there was deception from many sources to convince the American congress and public of the need to invade Iraq.

Numerous, believable persons who held office in places to give them credibility gave testimony that indicated a deception or distortion on the truth had occurred.

And yet, no motive for the deception was ever hinted at. I find it notable that VP Cheney is depicted as the person who insisted it was important to send Joseph Wilson to Nigeria. There, he was to investigate the possibility of Iraq attempting to purchase yellow cake uranium. When Joseph Wilson came back and reported he did not find any credible evidence regarding the suspected sale he was verbally attacked and his wife was exposed as a CIA operative. This suggests that Mr. Cheney or someone he answers to wanted the report to verify the attempted purchase. It has been suggested by sources other than this movie that VP Cheney exerted much pressure on President Bush to invade Iraq. These two bits of info reflect suspiciously on him.

Again, the DVD offered speculation the deception was deliberate, but never served up a motive nor a hint at who would benefit from all this wizardry. It comes across as more a bit of anti-Bush rhetoric than as a fact finding mission, and on that point it falls short of my expectations based on the title.

I was totally opposed to the US going into Iraq without UN backing but now that our men and women are there, it is important we give THEM our support and find a sensible way to get them home without leaving a situation worse than what existed before we invaded.

This DVD could be very demoralizing to the troops presently serving in the military. I hope none of them see it.

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