10/6/17 Greg Lovett on his documentary “Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers”

Gregory Lovett joins Scott to discuss his new documentary, “Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers” which opens Monday in Los Angeles and across the country over the next month. Buy tickets for an upcoming screening in your area here and watch the extended trailer.

Lovett shares the backstory of the documentary, which he was inspired to make after reading Joseph Hickman’s book “The Burn Pits.” He explains why the United States military decided to burn the massive amounts of garbage produced by its soldiers in massive burn pits with carcinogenic jet fuel, details the subsequent denial and cover up, and exposes the crony businesses that profited off it all. Lovett then describes the problems that veterans have seeking care from the VA and the heartbreaking stories of suffering of soldiers who return home.

“Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers” received Honorable Mention at the FilmOneFest and an Award of Merit from the Impact Doc Awards.

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2 thoughts on “10/6/17 Greg Lovett on his documentary “Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers””

  1. Thom Burns

    Scott,

    Your interviews continue to inspire truth-seeking Americans everywhere who are interested in US foreign policy and its consequences for everyone. Thanks for your relentless efforts over 15 years now. I shall buy your book in the form of a pledge soon with a bit extra to cover postage to Tokyo!

    Cheers,
    Thom

  2. John Ellis

    Served three years in the Vietnam War, enough said,
    ]for such a nightmare one cares not to remember.

    The invasions, occupations and plunder of war has made our Empire builders most powerful, glorified and wealthy beyond their wildest dreams. Surely, to organize
    against such a satanic concept has to the most noble endeavor of man.

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