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Afghanistan Chronicles, Part 2: A Search for Bin Laden in the Tora Bora Mountains

Friday, November 25, 2011 By Jim Burroughs, Truthout | Video
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Today's installment is the second in a seven-part series.

A Taliban soldier talks of disturbing events and still unanswered questions; a discussion of an unreported escape of a Taliban and/or al-Qaeda SUV caravan across the border into Pakistan on the night of November 28, 2001.

Click here for full story.

Jim Burroughs

Jim Burroughs, director, producer and cinematographer, has filmed on six continents, documenting wars, expeditions and historical events. Burroughs has just completed his first nonfiction book, "Blood on the Lens," (Potomac Books), a memoir of the shooting of the film, "Shadow of Afghanistan."


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Afghanistan Chronicles, Part 2: A Search for Bin Laden in the Tora Bora Mountains

Friday, November 25, 2011 By Jim Burroughs, Truthout | Video
  • font size decrease font size decrease font size increase font size increase font size
  • Print

 

Today's installment is the second in a seven-part series.

A Taliban soldier talks of disturbing events and still unanswered questions; a discussion of an unreported escape of a Taliban and/or al-Qaeda SUV caravan across the border into Pakistan on the night of November 28, 2001.

Click here for full story.

Jim Burroughs

Jim Burroughs, director, producer and cinematographer, has filmed on six continents, documenting wars, expeditions and historical events. Burroughs has just completed his first nonfiction book, "Blood on the Lens," (Potomac Books), a memoir of the shooting of the film, "Shadow of Afghanistan."