The review of "Cover-up" was a real disappointment. As a student of U.S. foreign policy, I found the documentary to be very insightful. Contrary to Brass' indication that there was "little evidence," the film summarizes issues that have long ago been documented.
The questioning of proof discounts live interviews, which is one of the most common methods for people who are involved on a firsthand level to communicate. What's wrong with Congress, convicted dope smugglers and professors making statements that they personally were involved in or have studied at length?
M. AUCLAIR VALDEZ