BEFORE THE INTERNET. BEFORE SOCIAL MEDIA. BEFORE BREAKING NEWS. THE VICTIMS OF THALIDOMIDE HAD TO RELY ON SOMETHING EVEN MORE EXTRAORDINARY TO FIGHT THEIR CORNER: INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM. ...
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BEFORE THE INTERNET. BEFORE SOCIAL MEDIA. BEFORE BREAKING NEWS. THE VICTIMS OF THALIDOMIDE HAD TO RELY ON SOMETHING EVEN MORE EXTRAORDINARY TO FIGHT THEIR CORNER: INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM. THIS IS THE STORY OF HOW HAROLD EVANS FOUGHT AND WON THE BATTLE OF HIS AND MANY OTHER LIVES...
It would be a mistake for anyone to miss this incredible and revealing documentary about a horrible pharmaceutical tragedy that could have been easily avoided.
It helps us to see just how far corrupt corporations were and may still go to protect themselves from paying for their own mistakes. But it also shows how one great man....dedicated himself to righting this horrible injustice.
There is one shocking surprise after another....but also a positive ending. I am surprised this man was not given a Nobel Peace Prize for his unselfish efforts on behalf of innocent victims.
But what is the connection to Concentration camps?
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