Oklahoma City Bombing Documentary ‘A Noble Lie’ Screening at York Theatre, Elmhurst

‘A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995’ Screening at York Theatre- Classic Cinemas
150 North York Street, Elmhurst. According to the official website for ‘A Noble Lie’ the April 19, 1995 bombing that destroyed much of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building involved far more revealing evidence than the FBI maintains. A NOBLE LIE presents interviews with police officers, first responders, victims, journalists and investigators whose evidence demonstrates that not all the perpetrators were brought to justice.


Among the interview subjects are General Benton Partin, former head of weapons development for the Air Force, State Representative Charles Key, members of the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee and Jesse Trentadue, whose brother Kenneth was tortured and murdered in Federal custody in the days following the bombing.

Interview footage: “Remember the Whitewater investigation in Arkansas? All the paperwork was stored in the Murrah building.

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Several conspiracy theories have been proposed regarding the Oklahoma City bombing. Some false flag theories propose the possibility of additional explosives inside the Murrah Federal building in addition to the generally accepted explanation that a Ryder rental truck exploded outside the front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Another proposal by Jayna Davis, a broadcast journalist for KFOR-TV at the time of the Oklahoma City bombing, proposes a third “Middle Eastern-looking” terrorist and questions why a suspect alert for “Middle-Eastern-looking” suspects was canceled. The evidence of a conspiracy proposed by Jayna Davis suggests a foreign influence, in contrast to false flag conspiracy theories.

Those interested in ‘A Noble Lie’ can view it in a screening at the York Theatre next Tuesday …

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012
3-5pm screening
Tickets: $6 at the door

Door prizes include 2 DVDs of the movie. Free Refills on any sized popcorn and fountain drinks.

The documentary is produced by Free Mind Films, LLC with the work of Austin Green, James Lane, Holland Vandennieuwenhof and Chris Emery.

Official Movie website
anoblelie.com

Producer’s website
freemindfilms.com

For more information about the theater …
classiccinemas.com

Reviews …
Examiner Film, “A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995” extremely startling

Red Dirt Report (Oklahoma) RDR reviews documentary film “A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995”