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William Binney, Diane Roark & Ray McGovern Set for Talkback After A GOOD AMERICAN Screening at Symphony Space

William Binney, Diane Roark & Ray McGovern Set for Talkback After A GOOD AMERICAN Screening at Symphony Space

Friedrich Moser directed the film A GOOD AMERICAN, which will be shown on Sunday, November 12th at 4 pm at Symphony Space in New York City.

The Moser film will be followed by a discussion with the main protagonists in the film, William Binney, Diane Roark, and Ray McGovern.

Friedrich Moser has done two follow-up films, including "The Maze," which shows a very explicit pattern regarding international terrorist attacks. See more at vimeo.com/221599056.

The film concludes that despite the differences in country, weapons and other background, the terrorist killers, have very consistent similarities. They have all been "known" by intelligence or FBI or police services, and they have been active on digital media and therefore traceable by the global surveillance system now, unconstitutionally, in place. Why are these terrorist acts not caught in time?

Bill Binney and his associates are in the position to ask and answer these questions.

Several days ago there was another terrorist attack in New York City, as pedestrians and those riding bicycles on a bicycle path were mowed down by a killer driving a rented truck. Once again, the killer was "known" - having gone through two years of vetting for immigration from Uzbekistan, and having shown up at weddings of others being tracked for potential terrorist connections in the United States. He was extremely active on digital media, with very explicit traceable acts including watching ISIS films on his cell phone that detail how to commit terrorist acts.

IF YOU GO:

A GOOD AMERICAN
Screening Sunday, November 12th, 4 pm
At Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, NYC (at 95th St.)
Call 212-864-5400 or go to www.symphonyspace.org.

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