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Title Cutting Edge : The Secret War On Terror - Ep 2 of 2 / Director: Brunert, Jonathan.

Published Australia : SBS ONE [broadcaster], 2011 April 17 at 21:30:00.


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Physical description 1 streaming video file (51 min. 59 sec.) ; 312109525 bytes
Summary This two-part documentary reveals the astonishing inside story of the intelligence war which has been fought against Al Qaeda over the last decade since 9/11. With unparalleled access to Western intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and exclusive interviews with those at the forefront of fighting terrorism - from the CIA and the FBI to MI5 - Peter Taylor asks whether there is any end in sight and whether we are any safer from attack. The second part looks at how, with harsh interrogation techniques increasingly off-limits, spy agencies have developed a controversial high-tech method of targeting and killing suspected terrorists with pilotless drone aircraft. Peter Taylor also reports from Guantanamo Bay on how governments have been forced to face up to the end game - what to do with the hard core Al Qaeda suspects and whether it is necessary to talk to Al Qaeda. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Final) CC.
Audience Classification PG ACMA.
Other author Brunert, Jonathan, director.
Taylor, Peter, reporter.
Ahmed, Nimco, contributor.
Ahmed, Zuhur, contributor.
Clarke, Peter, contributor.
Cummings, Art, contributor.
Hayden, Michael, contributor.
Joyce, Sean, contributor.
Manningham-Buller, Baroness, contributor.
Mudd, Phil, contributor.
Musharraf, Pervez, contributor.
Obama, Barack, contributor.
Riedel, Bruce, contributor.
Schuringa, Jasper, contributor.
Smith, Clive Stafford, contributor.
Thomas, Donnie, contributor.
Subject Airplanes.
Airports -- Security measures.
Protest movements.