American Drug War: The Last White Hope

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This documentary follows director Kevin Booth as he investigates the world of illegal drugs, from street-corner dealers to high level kingpins, from narcotics officers to powerful judges. Appraoching his subject matter with a skeptical eye, Booth questions the effectiveness of the drug war, and the motives of those who continue to fuel it from all ends. Through research and investigation, Booth asserts that there might well be just as much greed, crime, and corruption on either side of the narcotics battle, as ...
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This documentary follows director Kevin Booth as he investigates the world of illegal drugs, from street-corner dealers to high level kingpins, from narcotics officers to powerful judges. Appraoching his subject matter with a skeptical eye, Booth questions the effectiveness of the drug war, and the motives of those who continue to fuel it from all ends. Through research and investigation, Booth asserts that there might well be just as much greed, crime, and corruption on either side of the narcotics battle, as the drug war is steeped in issues of race and class. ~ Cammila Collar
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Special Features

Free Tommy Chong - An exclusive 60 minute film starring Tommy Chong with his wife & sons chronicling Tommy's arrest and prison sentence; Freeway Rick Ross - "Drug War Economics"; Mike Ruppert - Amadeus, Pegasus and Watchtower; Robert Steele - CIA Officer; Sheriff Joe Arpaio - 12 Cent Meals; Alex Jones in "Fun With Barry the Czar"; High Times in NYC - Danny Danko; Medical Marijuana - Dr. Robert Melamede & Dr. Claudia Jensen (RIP)
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2008
  • UPC: 825480232327
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Sacred Cow Prod.
  • Region Code: 0
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:59:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tommy Chong Participant
Freeway Rick Ross Participant
Sheriff Joe Arpaio Participant
Mike Ruppert Participant
General Barry McCaffrey Participant
Celerino Castillo III Participant
Judge James Gray Participant
T. Rodgers Participant
Joe Rogan Participant
Ron Paul Participant
Ralph Nader Participant
Jello Biafra Participant
Robert Steele Participant
Gov. Gary Johnson Participant
Sergeant Lou Daigle Participant
Tom Rhodes Participant
Joe Pietri Participant
Jeff Blackburn Participant
Mark Lindsay Participant
Todd McCormick Participant
Dr. Claudia Jensen Participant
Dr. Robert Melamede Participant
Dr. Charles Grob Participant
Sherm Participant
Cynthia McKinney Participant
Technical Credits
Kevin Booth Director
Trae Painter Booth Co-producer
George Russell Co-producer
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Disc #1 -- American Drug War: The Last White Hope
   Feature
   Extras
      Sheriff Joe Arpaio's 12 Cent Meals
      CIA Operation Pegasus - Mike Ruppert
      Free Tommy Chong
      Medical Marijuana - Dr. Claudia Jensen - Dr. Bob
      Fun With Barry the Czar - Alex Jones
      CIA Officer - Robert Steele
      High Time in NYC - Danny Danko
      Drug War Economics - Freeway Ricky Ross
      Cast
      Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Job well done, Mr. Booth!

    One of the best documentaries I have ever seen and since the filmmaker was a close friend to the late, great comedian Bill Hicks, you can see the inspiration and slight mention in the film. FDA and &amp quot legal&amp quot more harmful substances like tobacco and alcohol have damaged our society long enough. Giving a moron like Sheriff Joe Arpaio mic time, probably not a good idea, but if that was the only person they could get from the evil right-wing then they succeeded. A good interview would have been with Gov. Schwarzenegger, but maybe there is a sequel and please put in more Dr. Ron Paul. I saw this when it premiered on Showtime about a dozen times afterwards too and have waited a very long time for this. This is probably the only movie besides Michael Moore movies that upset me after watching it and continues to point out where the U.S. Government has failed us all.

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