Former CIA officials involved in the hunt for Osama bin Laden hit back at criticism over Zero Dark Thirty’s portrayal of enhanced interrogation techniques (EITs) and defended those techniques as instrumental in the war on terror during a panel discussion at the American Enterprise Institute Tuesday.
A group of left-wing actors have thrown their weight behind an organized effort to shut Zero Dark Thirty out at the Oscars.
The screen is black. Voices shout at us as we stare into the void. They are radio recordings from 9/11: The sounds of confused air traffic controllers overlap with the words of a frightened woman stranded at the top of one of the towers, choking on smoke while an emergency operator struggles to keep her calm. It is a harrowing throwback to one of America’s worst days.
Rep. Peter King (R., N.Y.) expressed concern Thursday that inappropriate pressure was placed by the Obama administration on CIA and Department of Defense officials to cooperate with the making of ”Zero Dark Thirty,” the new film detailing the 10-year manhunt for Osama bin Laden, and that possibly classified information was released. In an interview on CNN, …
Left-wing commentators are outraged by the accurate portrayal of enhanced interrogation techniques in the upcoming film from the Oscar-winning creators of The Hurt Locker.
Judicial Watch (JW) received Osama bin Laden’s burial records from the U.S. Navy today as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit from July 18.
Obama administration officials revealed in court documents that information released to the filmmakers of Zero Dark Thirty could pose an “unnecessary security and intelligence risk,” according to a Judicial Watch press release.
A movie about SEAL Team Six’s killing of Osama bin Laden that is the focus of a growing controversy over possible national security breaches is being distributed by a production company with very close ties to the Obama administration and the Democratic Party.