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New Documentary ‘A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995’ My Review

Kaye Beach

Dec. 4, 2011

A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995

I just sat down last night with my husband to watch the new documentary,   A NOBLE LIE: Oklahoma City 1995.  I mention my husband because I purposely waited to watch the film with him, because I wanted the grounding of a relatively disinterested third party alongside me when watching the film for the first time.   My rational husband is not taken to to ascribing more sinister motivations to the unfortunate events of the day without warrant.  I, on the other hand, am close enough to this subject and the film as a project, as to perhaps,  not be so unbiased.

A Noble Lie is the debut documentary Free Mind Films and these guys exceeded even my high expectations.  My husband and I both agreed that the content of the film stuck admirably to the most damning and documentable facts bringing them them together in a fair and compelling manner that does justice to memory of the victims, survivors and independent  investigators of the OKC bombing.   I asked my husband if he would recommend this movie to his father who worked as a first responder at the scene of the tragedy, and he unhesitatingly replied “yes”.

We both appreciated the respect that the filmmakers afford to the intelligence of the viewer.  The narrative carries you through the story in a way that progresses naturally avoiding the common and off putting mistake often made by artists of this genre, of forcing the viewer further out in their conclusions than simple logic compels.  At the same time A Noble Lie also manages to touch upon some the more intriguing, less well known and more difficult to fit pieces of the puzzle without distracting from the solidity of the movie.  The film comes complete with an extensive bibliography so that you can fact check the sources and hopefully, even do some further research on your own.

Rather than compelling by sensationalizing, this film is compelling because of its clarity.   A Noble Lie never stoops-it simply presents.  Step by step, clearly and factually,  this documentary demonstrates that the story we have been asked to accept, is simply untrue adding newly uncovered information that builds upon what is already known.  If before you merely suspected that we have all been shortchanged and the deaths of those murdered that day on April 19th 1995 have not been served the  justice, after watching A Noble Lie you will be certain of it.

A Noble Lie lets us catch up with some of  those that for so many years have refused to turn away from the uncomfortable facts surrounding the Oklahoma City bombing, those who have not been deterred from seeking the truth and continue to hold our government officials to account.  It provides the basis for keeping those noble efforts alive and provides the impetuous for a new generation to keep pushing for justice.

Through interviews with those who still carry the pain and questions of the Oklahoma City bombing with them every day, we realize that what bombing survivor V.Z.  Lawton repeatedly reminds us of is absolutely true-that without truth, there is no justice.

I don’t know if justice will ever be served to all of those responsible for Oklahoma City bombing but A Noble Lie certainly does justice to those whose lives are forever changed by the tragedy.

Watch the trailer


Pre-order the film A NOBLE LIE: Oklahoma City 1995

Jim Redden Author of “Snitch Culture” Crime Reporter on A4L Friday Sept. 17th at 6pm CST

Listen live online at Rule of Law Radio

Jim Redden is a professional journalist living in Portland, Oregon and is currently the crime reporter for The Portland Tribune. He is the author of Snitch Culture: How Citizens are Turned into the Eyes and Ears of the State Feral House. October 30, 2000, 320 pages.) To order try http://www.wingtv.net/snitch.html Or Amazon.com to order)

“Jim has a way of breaking facts loose that is un-rivaled in this town. Its a shame that there seems to be no place for serious journalists in the mainstream media, but perhaps that will change. I have always counted on Redden to report the facts, with accuracy and objectivity.” . . .writes one fan about Jim Reddens work.

Chris Emery(on left) and Andrew Griffin

Joining me in studio will be Andrew Griffin, our own ‘Red Dirt Reporter’ from Oklahoma Watchdog and the Red Dirt Report and Chris Emery, Documentarian, Founder and Host of Radio Free Oklahoma.

We will be asking Mr. Redden for his thoughts on why the media seems more and more to be falling down on their job.

Snitch Culture, Redden’s first book released in December 2000 is a must read for privacy buffs or anyone who wonders how we arrived in the surveillance society we find ourselves in today. The book is packed with facts about our “Snitch Culture” and traces the history of surveillance back to the very beginning

A great Interview with Jim Redden about his book here

Redden covers how the government recruits informants, private intelligence networks, surveillance technology (including facial recognition cameras), and some of the worst spy scandals in our history. This book is an invaluable reference manual for me!

It covers history, all about informants, political spying (both left and right), private intelligence networks, surveillance tech including facial recognition, school snitching and workplace spying and a whole lot more.

In his work as a journalist over the years, Jim has covered some intriguing murder mysteries and has much insight into the criminal justice system. He also has an interest in political movements

Read an excerpt from Snitch Culture;

The Oklahoma City Bombing ‘What Did They Know and When Did They Know It

Here are some recent articles by Jim Redden;

We Could all Be Tracked

“It can reach back in time and track your movements across the city– and even produce photos of your previous locations.”

Feds closer to reviewing Portland police

Listen Live Friday Sept. 17 on www.RuleOfLawRadio.com from 6-8pm CST

AxXiom For Liberty

Coming up;

Beverly Eakman, Sept 24

Jordan Page, Oct 1

Next Friday, September 24th, Beverly Eakman will be my guest. Jordan Page joins us on Oct 1st and look for Ruell Chappell and Galen Chadwick, the founders of The Well Fed Neighbor on the 8th of October.

Oct. 8th

Declare Your Independence! (from Government Surveillance…)

I was a guest on Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock today. Topic; Government surveillance, Biometrics and the new documentary on the OKC bombing by Free Mind Films “A Noble Lie” (See links below for items discussed)

I’m on Hour 2 and into hour 3 (but the whole show is great!) http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Article/075291-2010-09-13-declare-your-independence-with-ernest-hancock-afternoon-september-13th-2010.htm

Envisioning the Future of the CODIS DNA Database

California Vision 2015

Jesse Trentadue, Salt Lake City Utah Attorney with a portrait of his slain brother, Kenneth Trentadue.

2009 Court Brief

“I didn’t start out to solve the bombing, I started out to find the men who killed my brother,” –Jesse Trentadue

This brief lays out what Jesse Trentadue has found to date as a result of his ongoing battle with the federal government to find out what happened to his brother Kenneth and why.

Fascination read!


From OKC to Abu Ghraib: The Kenneth Trentadue Case

CIA Vaughan Index 2009

FBI surrenders documents that judge ordered

J.D. Cash

More on Jesse Trentadue’s battle to find justice for his brother, Kenneth.

Terry Yeakey-Always a Hero

Radio Free Oklahoma hosts Lt. Col Robert M. Bowman

The show airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Central Standard Time each Wednesday.



Radio Free Oklahoma welcomes Bob Bowman to the show


By Andrew W. Griffin

Red Dirt Report, editor

Posted: July 14, 2009


OKLAHOMA CITY – Radio Free Oklahoma is pleased to welcome Lt. Col. Robert M. Bowman, USAF ret., to the show scheduled for Wednesday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Rule of Law Radio.

A strict adherent to the US Constitution and one-time Reform Party presidential candidate, Bowman is President of the Institute for Space and Security Studies, Executive Vice President of Millennium III Corporation, and Presiding Archbishop of the United Catholic Church. Bowman is also the recipient of the Eisenhower Medal, the George F. Kennan Peace Prize, the President’s Medal of Veterans for Peace, the Republic Aviation Airpower Award, The Society of American Military Engineers’ Gold Medal (twice), the Air Medal with five oak leaf clusters, and numerous other awards, he is one of the country’s foremost authorities on national security.

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The show airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Central Standard Time each Wednesday.

Call in and Listen Live! www.RuleofLawRadio.com




Radio Free Oklahoma Needs Help


Chris Emery and Holland O. Van den Nieuwenhof

Chris Emery and Holland O. Van den Nieuwenhof

Hello fellow freedom-lovers, greetings from the support staff of Radio Free Oklahoma. RFOK is a non-profit low-power FM radio station broadcasting from Oklahoma City on 107.1 FM. We are friends with similar stations broadcasting all or some of our content in Tulsa on 91.1 FM, in Durant on 92.3 FM and in Guthrie on 95.3 FM. RFOK is proud to feature the work of Alex Jones, Michael Badnarik, Dr. Katherine Albrecht and many other radio hosts who voice the freedom message to America.RFOK is also proud to host a locally produced radio show featuring Holland O. Van den Nieuwenhof and Chris Emery, which focuses on local activism and national events. This show is also called Radio Free Oklahoma and has been privileged to showcase the views of outstanding figures in the liberty movement like Charles Key, Mark Lehrner, Porter Davis, Don Harkin and Ingri Casell of the Idaho Observer, Dr. Stan Monteith, Norma Sapp, Jack Blood of Deadline Live and many others. You can peruse further information about our show plus showtimes and our archives on http://ruleoflawradio.com

RFOK the radio station was started in May of 2006 by a very small group of individuals in the OKC area who wanted to find a way to get the message of liberty out in the most effective way possible. Almost entirely self-funded, we faced a nine-month cessation of broadcasting when our hard-working equipment finally gave out. After scavenging for more, RFOK was on the air again in March of 2008.

Now RFOK is facing possibly another obstacle in our near future, as our equipment probably only has two to three months left in its useful service life. Simultaneously, we have engaged the services of a sympathetic computer programmer to revamp our programming capabilities, as we have relied upon other radio networks for our programming schedule. In fact, it was this programmer who discovered the corrosion eating away at our transmitter and CPU that will ultimately prove fatal.

So now the support staff of Radio Free Oklahoma has decided to publicly solicit donations for the first time to ensure that we do not face another interruption in our programming, as we feel that current events dictate that we maintain a continuous presence on the airwaves in Oklahoma. This is the first time that we have had to do this, and we would appreciate your support and input as we face this challenge. Our paypal account is here: http://tinyurl.com/988c83

The programmer we have retained normally works at a rate of $275 per hour, but has agreed to put in the work for us for a flat rate of $1000. Furthermore we are seeking additional funds to upgrade our broadcasting capabilities. Our fundraising goal is $3000. Achieving this goal will ensure that we can continue broadcasting into the forseeable future, control our programming to ensure that we meet the market demand of our freedom-loving listeners and upgrade our broadcasting capabilities to reach out to as many listeners as possible.

I know we all face harsh economic realities. The support staff of RFOK is also dealing with these realities and have stretched themselves to the limit for the continuance of our goal of bringing suppressed information to the airwaves over Oklahoma City and beyond. Please help us in this trying time and contribute to the freedom message being broadcast daily, 24 hours a day to the good people of Oklahoma. Any amount of donation will help. Given the relatively low fund-raising goal we have set, even the smallest donation from the majority of the people we are reaching out to will ensure we reach our goal. Reach out and donate at http://tinyurl.com/988c83. Note: although we are non-profit, donations are NOT deductible and therefore appreciated that much more.

Also any input you may have on our programming choices is appreciated, so let us know what you want to hear.

Thank you,

Radio Free Oklahoma

***If anyone would like to cotribute but does not want to use pay pal you can mail to;

Christopher Emery
PO Box 893 

Make checks payable to “OKC Truth”