A Noble Lie Movie Review
A Noble Lie (2012) – Oklahoma City Bombing, 9/11 & More – Movie Review
by Geno McGahee
February 7th, 2012
In 1995, the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building in Oklahoma City was destroyed. The story was that a lone nut, Timothy McVeigh, brought a truck with explosives to the building and set it off, destroying much of it and killing 168 people, which included many children that were at the daycare.
Much like other patsies, McVeigh was rounded up quickly and the book was thrown at him. To most, the story of a anti-government nut, upset about the way that Waco was handled bombing a building was plausible and nobody gave it a second thought, but the more investigation that is done, the more that you realize that something is not right.
A NOBLE LIE is a documentary by Free Mind Films, and chips away at the official story until it becomes a pile of dust, exposing the truth behind the matter. Through eye witness testimony, news footage from a local channel at the time that decided to report the news as they get it, and various other sources, A NOBLE LIE paints a picture that may be hard to swallow, but it’s the most likely scenario.
I have seen other documentaries about this event. An Alex Jones piece was the best one I’ve seen until I had the chance to view A NOBLE LIE. Alex Jones, one of the best journalists in the game, is actually interviewed for this piece and endorses it.
With the deaths of 168 innocent people, the truth should be exposed. When you factor in that the government refuses to release the footage of McVeigh, the fact that the bomb squad was pulled out of the building that morning, and the list goes on and on, you have to conclude that there is something wrong with the official account. Bomb experts ring in, and the fact that there were multiple bombs planted inside of the building is exposed.
This is one of the most important DVDs to own if you have any interest in the bombing in Oklahoma City. I cannot recommend this enough. It will make you rethink the government, media, and own beliefs when it comes to the events of that day.
This review originally appeared at Newz Breaker.