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Celebrity Obama Allowed Hollywood Special Access for bin Laden Film

Anominus Wrote: May 24, 2012 11:22 AM
So Obama has time to ensure that Hollyweird has access to whatever information it needs to make a glowing portrayal of "how he took down bin Laden," yet he didn't think to offer some sort of protection to the Pakistani informant who made it all possible? I guess once the deed was done and the traitor in chief got his approval spike, the USA will have no more need for credible informants? This sends out the warning to the rest of the world that if you help the USA, don't expect the USA to have your back.
rick1907 Wrote: May 24, 2012 11:24 AM
Yeah, we drop leaflets offering millions for these guy's capture and then let them get nabbed by Paki scum in league with al-queda. Obama stiffed the guy.
ComingDownAgain Wrote: May 24, 2012 11:24 AM

Or access to docs for Fast and Furious.

Judicial Watch, an organization dedicated to fighting government corruption, has uncovered more than 200 documents that show the Obama administration gave Hollywood filmmakers major access to people and departments vital to national security and close to the Osama bin Laden raid. Director Kathryn Bigelow met with the Department of Defense and the CIA to discuss a new film about the Osama bin Laden raid, which is scheduled to be released sometime this election year. The documents also show Bigelow was given access to a top secret SEAL Team 6 commander. Here are some of the highlights from the...