Waco - The Rules of Engagement (1997)
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Director William Gazecki's documentary on 1994's 51-day siege at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, TX, which ended with the destruction of the compound by fire and the death of 70 members inside, is a strong and compelling piece of journalism that raises reasonable and troubling questions about how the FBI and the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) handled the matter. The film gives a brief history of the Branch Davidian sect and biographical data on David Koresh, their leader at
Jun 13, 1997 Wide
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I was pretty sure that I had heard everything that I wanted to hear about this 'unfortunate incident', but after watching this documentary, I realized that I was wrong - I want the truth.
If you believe the US government is only looking out for your interests, I defy you to watch this film and not find your viewpoint altered.
it is likely that this documentary will surprise, disturb, and even anger you with the evidence presented ... deserves praise for opening eyes
A superb and very disturbing documentary
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