Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
This was a movie that was given to me at a lecture at the University of Arizona in 2003 by Frank Dorrel. I'm uploading it to YouTube in the hope that it will educate the public about the activities of their government.
Introduction by Kris Kristofferson: "On Sept. 1 1987, S. Brian Willson began a protest at the Concord Naval Weapons Station near Oakland, Calif. That's one of the places that send out the weapons that have killed or injured tens of thousands of people in Central America. Brian delivered a letter to the Base Commander telling him that on that day he'd begin using his body to block the trains carrying its weapons. His hope was that if they stopped the train to save one human life, they were not far from understanding they could also stop it from destroying many human lives, each of equal value in Central America.
"They must have known he meant business. One year earlier, with three other veterans, he'd gone without food for 36 days on the steps of the Capital to persuade Congress to stop the killing in Central America. Brian Willson, former high school jock, former Air Force Security Officer in Vietnam, former dairy farmer who'd received the commendation for his work with the traumatized veterans of Vietnam, was run over that day."
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