Having gone to see this movie and deciding to write about it here led me to do some engine searches to help me develop my post with accurate information.
To my dismay, having done so has led me down a rabbit hole.
Anyone who has read my previous post on the subject of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy assassination will return to a dark place.
I normally recommend a book and suggest to the reader that they go to amazon.com or Wikipedia to get more insightful information and comprehensive reviews.
Well, in the course of going to amazon.com to read the reviews for “Dark Alliance” by Gary Webb, which the movie “Kill the Messenger” is based upon, I came across the name of Robert David Steele.
At amazon.com, the very first review of “Dark Alliance” by Gary Webb is written by Robert David Steele.
It is suffice to say that if the reader pursues this, he or she will find themselves in a world of intrigue, to put it mildly.
“Kill the Messenger” is not Pablum for the masses. It is not being widely distributed throughout the major movie houses and one will have to go to theaters that showcase independent movie productions as well.
Fortunately, with the advent of Netflix and Cable TV, this movie will eventually appear on television and the Internet for access to the public.
As I mentioned, the movie, “Kill the Messenger” is based on the book, “Dark Alliance” by Gary Webb.
I went to amazon.com to see if I could purchase a new or used copy of the book.
As of October 13, 2014, amazon.com is selling “Dark Alliance” by Gary Webb for the following prices:
Have a great day!
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