Anyone seen it yet? Worth the $14 ticket + $3 parking + $7 popcorn? Or, wait til Netflix/Redbox?
The people who were there disagree with you. And with Bay.Just saw it as well. Very well done. A few of the security contractors who were there were also involved with production, trying to make it as accurate as possible.
Also very damning to the outside entities that were prevented by higher authority from coming to their aid. Still unbelievable they made it through the mess.
I need more info on the whole "stand down order" debate. I thought the "stand down" referred to a USG order for aviation at NAS Sigonella/Aviano AB to stand down. Not a "stand down" to forces already in-country at the Annex. Any UNCLASS info out there where I can learn more?Of course the guy accused of trying to block the rescue would deny doing so.
Oh jeez... The Washington Post? People still read that liberal rag?
No... Bro.Oh jeez... The Washington Post? People still read that liberal rag?
Bro, that paper has been declining in readership for the last two years...
Nothing to really address. Former CIA chief worried that this movie makes him look bad? Of course he'll deny it (despite contradictory accounts of other operators on the ground). No surprise there...
One guy that was there denies the stand down order occurred. Not multiple "people". Multiple people (more than one) said the order was given. Oh, and they were there too. True, a Congressional Committee says they found no evidence of an order being given. Haven't read the Committee's report. What were they looking for as evidence, an unclass email or recorded radio transmission? We are talking a verbal order. One guy says he never spoke the words. Fine. Two guys in separate incidents say he did. Fine. That is evidence in any court. Not conclusive and up to a court of public opinion jury to consider the totality of circumstances and motivations of the witness.