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Kill The Messenger
Kill the Messenger, a documentary produced by Zadig Productions, directed by French filmmakers Mathieu Verboud and Jean Robert Viallet, is scheduled to air on Canal + in France on September 19, 2006. The film will also be aired in Belgium, on BeTV, and Australia, on SBS, this fall. The documentary explores the abuses behind the State Secrets Privilege as invoked in FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds' case as well as highlighting the travails and persecution of US national security whistleblowers. The filmmakers, Verboud and Viallet, spent nearly two years interviewing witnesses and researching the invocation and implementation of the state secrets privilege in Edmonds' case. Based on their documented findings and interviews with experts such as David Albright, Philip Giraldi, John Cole, Joseph Trento, Glenn Fine, David Rose, and others familiar with Edmonds' case, the film presents a terrifying picture of Turkish networks' activities in global nuclear black-market, narcotics and illegal arms trafficking activities in the United States, and examines the extraordinary efforts of officials within the US Government to insure that the secrecy surrounding Edmonds' case be maintained at any cost -- from Edmonds' termination from the FBI, to invoking the State Secrets Privilege, to gagging the US Congress. In the last two decades, the U.S. Congress has passed the most protective whistle-blower legislation in the world in order to enhance accountability and responsibility. But if you are a national security whistle-blower, this legislation doesn't apply to you. You have become an enemy of the State.
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Easy Coconut Pie Recipe From Hungry Busters
Easy Coconut Pie Recipe From Hungry Busters Join Hungry Busters again as they show you how to make an easy an affordable coconut pie for the entire team! This pie is perfect for family dinners, work potlucks, and any covered dish event. We hope you enjoy and come check us out on Facebook! "easy coconut pie", "coconut pie", "easy pie", pie, coconut, "easy coconut pie recipe", "easy pie recipe", "pie recipe", "easy recipe", recipe, "pie recipes", recipes, pies, "best coconut pie recipes", "best pie recipes", delicious, Homemade, easy, simple, "easy pies", "simple pies", "Homemade pies", "delicious pies", "authentic Hawaiian pies", Island pies, "best homemade dessert recipes", "homemade dessert recipes", "dessert recipes", dessert, desserts, "best desserts", "best coconut desserts", "coconut desserts", "best homemade coconut dessert recipes", "men can cook", "can I cook", "new desserts", new, cook, cooking, kitchen, foodie, food, fresh, "good food", "grandma's coconut pie", grandma, "in the kitchen", buttery, vlogger, "food vlogger", blogger, "food blogger", "daily vloggers", vloggers, "best daily food vlogger", "best food vlogger", "best food vloggers", "food vloggers", "constant consumer", "hungry busters", "roanoke virginia", roanoke, virginia, "Country kitchen", "country cooking", "country cookin", "how to bake a coconut pie", "how to bake a coconut pie video", "how to bake a coconut pie vid", "how to bake a coconut pie demonstration", "How to bake a coconut pie demo", "how to bake a coconut pie tutorial", demo, demonstration, tutorial, "how to bake a pie", "how to bake", "how to", bake, baking, "bake a pie", "pie baking"
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OPEN FOR ANYONE - a film by Salvation Productions Salvation Productions - Matthew Wright, Sam Keene, Ina Rai, Paige Dexter. DIRECTOR & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Matthew Wright WRITTEN & PRODUCED BY: Chainsaw Productions EDITED BY: Chainsaw Productions DIRECTOR OF CINEMATOGRAPHY: Matthew Wright CAST Matthew Wright as "Matt" Harry Wheelwright as "Harry" Jacob Jerkovich as "The Murderer" Paige Dexter as "Dead Body" CINEMATOGRAPHY/CAMERA CREW: All of Salvation Productions, as well as: Lesley Wright Harry Wheelwright Jacob Jerkovich MUSIC (in order of appearance) "People Say I'm No Good" by Charles Manson Music sampled from Bertie Gilbert's "Tick Where It Hurts", composed by Tom Rosenthal "Ghosts We Once Knew" by Mumford & Sons TRAILER MUSIC: "It's Okay" by Tom Rosenthal SPECIAL THANKS TO Lesley Wright Harry Wheelwright Jacob Jerkovich Infinite thanks to those three people. Without them the film would either have been not possible to make, not like my original idea, or incomplete. Without Mum, Harry wouldn't have been able to come over and film, essentially making the film half done. Without Harry, the film wouldn't have been like my original idea. When I first constructed the idea, I thought of me and Harry, and it makes me so proud that I could bring that to life. Without Jacob, the forest shots wouldn't have been completed and again the film would've been half done. Obviously, massive thanks to Sam, Ina and Paige. You took me and my idea on head first and you helped make it something even better than I could imagine. Thank you for being so patient with me taking essentially all creative control. Couldn't have done it without you. I hope our grade at the end of it all is representative of the effort we put in :D Thanks to everyone who helped. We created something awesome. And when you get right down to it, awesome things make the world go round.
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Behind Green Lights (1946)
Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower. Police Lieutenant Sam Carson spots Walter Bard's bullet-ridden corpse in a car brazenly left in front of the police station. Carson questions Janet Bradley after finding her name in the dead man's appointment book. She admits that the Bard had been blackmailing her friend for $20,000, and that she went to see him, though she had been able to raise only half the money. When he refused to settle for that, she claims she took what she came for at gunpoint. Max Calvert, a newspaper owner, pressures Carson to arrest Bradley to hurt her father's election campaign for mayor. Carson declines. When Dr. Yager, the corrupt medical examiner, informs Calvert that Bard actually died from poison, Calvert orders him to get the body out of the police station and substitute another corpse for it before anyone else finds out. Meanwhile, Carson interviews Bard's estranged wife, Nora, who is accompanied by her lawyer and boyfriend, Arthur Templeton. Complications ensue when a prisoner pulls his own switch, taking the place of Bard's body to escape from the police station in an ambulance. Johnny Williams, the new reporter on the police beat, finds the missing body in a closet. He gets a scoop for his newspaper, and Carson gets his corpse back. The lieutenant notices there is very little blood for a fatal gunshot, so he orders another autopsy, by someone other than Yager. Then Nora Bard and Arthur Templeton voluntarily confess to him that they lied before. Nora was in her husband's apartment when he died. She had gone to plead for a divorce, and hid in another room when Janet Bradley arrived. After Janet left, Nora found Walter dying after drinking some liquor. When she ran out, she was seen by Templeton. He went into the apartment, assumed Nora had committed the crime, and staged the fake suicide to protect her. Noticing a fresh flower among Bard's effects, Carson questions flower seller Flossie. She mentions that when she went to try to collect what Bard owed her, she saw Yager unlock and enter Bard's apartment. Carson confronts Yager. Knowing that Bard had been investigating Yager for a malpractice suit, the policeman guesses that Yager stole the evidence Bard had found and poisoned the liquor. Yager makes a break for it, but is caught. At Detective Oppenheimer's suggestion, Carson then takes Janet Bradley out. Directed by Otto Brower Produced by Robert Bassler Written by Charles G. Booth Scott Darling Cinematography Joseph MacDonald Edited by Stanley Rabjohn Distributed by 20th Century Fox Release dates February 15, 1946 Running time 64 minutes Country United States Language English Source: Wikipedia
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Gillette Files Lawsuit Against Dollar Shave Club
So if you haven’t heard the news, Gillette is suing the Dollar Shave club over Patent infringement. Before going into the story too much let’s take a look at each company. Gillette is based in Massachusetts and is owned by corporate conglomerate Proctor & Gamble. They are known for their line of Mach razors for men and Venus razors for women. The Dollar Shave Club is a California based company that runs a subscription-based razor delivery service. The shaving industry has recently taken off with facial hair grooming becoming more popular each year. The online market for men’s shaving products is worth an estimated $260 million annually according to the Wall Street Journal. That’s 8% of the total 3 billion dollar shaving industry. It’s believed that Gillette owns 60% of the total shaving market, and that the Dollar Shave Club owns about 20% of the online market. The lawsuit filed is a civil suit claiming that the razors sent out by The Dollar Shave Club use a protective blade coating method that Gillette owns the patent to. The strange thing is that the Dollar Shave Club doesn’t manufacture these razors; they are just a reseller. They actually buy the razors from Dorco which is not mentioned in the lawsuit. The lawsuit is requesting that the Dollar Shave Club stop sending out the razors and also seeks monetary compensation. Now, if you’ve never bought a razor then you might not realize that Gillette is one of the most expensive options you can choose long-term. The razors aren’t terribly expensive but blade replacements can be up to $5 per blade. The Dorco blades shipped out by the Dollar Shave Club can be purchased by individuals and are much cheaper than Gillette brand razors. Straight razors have also become a trend among male shaving enthusiasts, however the cheapest option is still a plain safety razor. Gillette Razor - http://amzn.to/1Ys3lbX Gillette Blades - http://amzn.to/1Ys3T1w Dorco Razor - http://amzn.to/1OGQkAL Safety Razor - http://amzn.to/1OGQp7o Thanks for watching, and happy shaving!
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