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A portrait of a radical left-wing activists turned FBI informant, Brandon Darby. In 2005, Darby was an anti-government activist from Austin who became an overnight hero through his relief efforts in post-Katrina New Orleans. In 2008, Darby was shockingly implicated in the arrests of two protesters, Bradly Crowder and David McKay, over a plot to attack police with Molotov cocktails at the Republican National Convention. This documentary delves into the complicated and mysterious life of Brandon Darby through carefully constructed reenactments and incisive interviews with those involved firsthand- who often directly challenge and contradict one another's version of events- to create a penetrating look at the "paranoia-filled American political divide."
Branch Call Number: DVD 363.325 Info
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 81 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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Feb 15, 2019

Wow, what an immature, confused, insecure and deluded dude. Desperate for approval, he switches to whatever "cause" provides him the most "atta boy". And then invents a story to justify the move and a myth to support it. Where will he go next, one wonders, if/when his current supporters should ever slacken their praise? A sad, sad story.


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