The exciting multimedia edition features over thirty images, including film stills from the documentary Dirty Wars, as well as exclusive photographs of Scahill’s reporting in Yemen and Somalia. It also features interactive color maps, as well as seven short videos that include the film trailer, clips from the film, and interviews with Scahill. In the video interviews, Scahill shares his insights on the history of drones, President Obama’s hawkish foreign policies, and the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki.
Below are two videos available in the enhanced edition:
And be sure to check out the Sundance Award-winning documentary Dirty Wars, which was released in theaters last week to rave reviews, and is showing at cities across the country. The New York Times describe the film as, "grimly outraged and utterly riveting…Like Inside Job Charles Ferguson’s incendiary expose of Wall Street malpractice, Dirty Wars cuts to the chase." Washington Post says, "Scahill certainly knows how to spin a yarn. Not that Dirty Wars feels fabricated in any way. It is meticulously researched and documented…Shocking stuff." And Andrew O'Hehir at Salon says, "Scahill's riveting film helps explain how the 'transformational presidency' turned to nightmare... [The film is] haunting and upsetting."