Friday, May 4, 2007

Update from Bill Moyers Journal - May 4, 2007

NEWSLETTER - Friday, May 4

"In wartime, your enemy is the lies, is the propaganda. No matter if it's the propaganda of your enemies, or if it's the propaganda of your government." - Carlo Bonini

This week on Bill Moyers Journal:

British renaissance man — physician, author, and director of theater and opera — Jonathan Miller speaks about the hidden story of atheism, the subject of his series A Brief History of Disbelief.

With the help of the Innocence Project, Jerry Miller became the 200th person exonerated by DNA evidence and in his first television interview, talks about his path to freedom after serving 25 years.

As Congress investigates why the Administration made false pre-war claims, Italy’s foremost investigative reporter Carlo Bonini, takes viewers on the trail of the forged intelligence documents purporting that Iraq sought to buy yellowcake uranium from Niger.

Bill Moyers on the cost of war.

On Bill Moyers Journal online

Read more from Innocence Project co-director Barry Scheck on the lessons learned from Jerry Miller's story on The Moyers Blog.

Preview A Brief History of Disbelief, premiering on many PBS stations this weekend on The Moyers Blog. [So far not listed at KCET]

View a slide show on the cost of war from photographer Nina Berman.

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