by Chris Bodenner

I got my hands on an advance copy of the documentary and watched it last night.  Superb.  I've long been fascinated with Tillman and his family's fight against the generals and Bush officials who exploited his death, but the film brought it home in a deeply visceral way. If you're unfamiliar with the story, Dish coverage can be found here, here, here, here, and here.

(Disclosure: The book ad in the beginning of the trailer was created by Blurb, the Dish's print-on-demand partner.)

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