New Film, A NOBLE LIE: Oklahoma City 1995, asks questions about the Oklahoma City Bombing

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December 2011

New Film, A NOBLE LIE: Oklahoma City 1995, asks questions about the Oklahoma City Bombing

Produced in Oklahoma, this newly-released documentary by FREE MIND FILMS and Director James Lane takes a fresh and in-depth look at the circumstances surrounding the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

But instead of accepting at face value the Federal Government’s deeply-flawed investigation, A NOBLE LIE features ground breaking information and eyewitness testimonies that refute the official story.

The April 19, 1995 bombing that destroyed much of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building involved far more revealing evidence than the FBI maintains.  A NOBLE LIE presents interviews with police officers, first responders, victims, journalists and investigators whose evidence demonstrates that not all the perpetrators were brought to justice.

Among the interview subjects are General Benton Partin, former head of weapons development for the Air Force, State Representative Charles Key, members of the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee and Jesse Trentadue, whose brother Kenneth was tortured and murdered in Federal custody in the days following the bombing.

A NOBLE LIE is the only full-length documentary that addresses and answers many of the questions people have asked about the bombing.  Details as to what really happened regarding this horrific event, taking the lives of 168 people, have been summarily covered up by the Federal Government.  A Noble Lie re-examines the tragedy in a measured, informative and scholarly way, and in the process exposes the treachery that has gone unpunished.

For more information please visit www.ANobleLie.com

Free Mind Films, LLC
2119 Riverwalk Dr. Suite 213
Oklahoma City, OK 73160
405-921-6140
contact@freemindfilms.com

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