This week’s guest is Chris Emery, independent journalist, media producer, and production associate at Free Mind Films. Chris and James discuss Free Mind Films’ epic documentary A Noble Lie (2011) from the perspective of the creators and Oklahoma City residents. They also cover Free Mind Films’ more recent projects, including State of Mind: The Psychology of Control (2013), the future release of A Noble Lie Directors’ Cut, and a forthcoming collaboration with author James Perloff examining the Council on Foreign Relations.
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The bombing of the Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995 was one of the most horrific events in US history, resulting in the deaths of 168 individuals, 19 of whom were children. Despite the magnitude of the event the ensuing federal investigation raised many more questions than explanations of what took place on that fateful day. Close to ten years in the making, A Noble Lie tells a story that has been censored from official and popular recollections of Oklahoma City bombing.
Chris Emery is a film writer, director, and producer living in Oklahoma City. He is currently working on his seventh documentary film. Emery’s interest in the truth movement was spawned several years ago as he discovered a consistent pattern of lies and deception contained in the US government’s “official accounts” of the shootout at Ruby Ridge, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the Waco massacre, the Oklahoma City bombing, the downing of TWA Flight 800, and the 9/11 fiasco.
Chris has given numerous presentations around the US regarding the documented links between the OKC bombing, 9/11, and other domestic and foreign false flag terrorist attacks.