Weinstein Company, The | Release Date: August 20, 2010
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choomtabi31May 18, 2016
This is one of the best documentaries i have ever seen. Every american should watch this at least once in their life.

Watch it online for free: https://www.primewire.ag/watch-2584007-The-Tillman-Story
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rmyers1000Mar 22, 2012
Truth, justice and the American way. 21st century style. What's sad is how we have all become so accepting of this crappy world we have created. Pat wasn't - but he's dead.
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willlybrandFeb 8, 2011
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TonyOct 15, 2010
A powerful, disturbing look into the corruption behind the military cover-up of Pat Tillman's death, but it also presents a look at Tillman's life--one that does not fit the mold of your typical American military hero. The Bush AdministrationA powerful, disturbing look into the corruption behind the military cover-up of Pat Tillman's death, but it also presents a look at Tillman's life--one that does not fit the mold of your typical American military hero. The Bush Administration can not be very happy about any of this resurfacing because it is clearly damning. The people responsible for this should be brought to justice, but that seems pretty unlikely. Expand
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josephfAug 24, 2010
i was surprised because it was more than a pat tillman story. it was more about a family who did not want their son to be used falsely by the government as a heroic poster boy for the war in afganistan and about a family's pursuiti was surprised because it was more than a pat tillman story. it was more about a family who did not want their son to be used falsely by the government as a heroic poster boy for the war in afganistan and about a family's pursuit (particularly his mom) for the truth about their sons (friendly fire) death. very well done. i came out very glad i saw the film. Expand
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