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|Tony Hardmon||Director, Cinematographer, Producer|
|Rachel Libert||Director, Producer|
|Julia Parker Benello||Executive Producer|
|Wendy Ettinger||Executive Producer|
|Ivor Guest||Score Composer|
|Judith Helfand||Executive Producer|
Posted July 24, 2013
What a fiasco. The coverup of the Camp Lejeune incident is reprehensible - how did the Marine Corps think they could get away with exposing hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women, and children to cancerous toxins?
Thanks to the efforts of filmmakers Libert and Hardmon, and former drill-sergeant Jerry Ensminger, the truth has come to light and the government is finally attempting to make reparations for its gross negligence. The film itself is a powerful document, both in its exposure of the Corps' wrongdoing and in its portrayal of Ensminger as a passionate crusader for what is right. Though the Corp itself failed to live up to its motto, one cannot deny that these values are kept alive in Ensminger.