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Director Alex Jones ought to be commended for bringing forth different opinions of the state of the American nation. Unfortunately "Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police State" is a lousy attempt at a documentary. Very few of Alex Jones's claims are ever proved or supported by more than glimpses of different web sites. Alex Jones spends most of the movie shouting allegations and pointing his finger at bystanders. That shouldn't convince or persuade anybody.
The attack on Michael Moore for not including all available information in his movie Fahrenheit 9/11" seems ridiculous. Michael Moore succeeded in raising awareness of the lies that surround the terrorist attack. Moore's success appears to be envied by Alex Jones and also the sole reason for the criticism.
If all the unproven claims had been left out of Rise of the Police State", and if the movie's director had concentrated more on supplying documentation instead of allegations, this might have become an okay documentary. The topic is definitively of current interest.
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