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FRONTLINE: Firestone and the Warlord DVD
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FRONTLINE and ProPublica reveal how the stories of Charles Taylor (the American-educated war criminal notorious for his use of child soldiers) and the tire company Firestone (Liberia's largest single employer) intersected during the brutal Liberian civil war. This film raises provocative questions about corporate responsibility, accountability, and the ethical ramifications of doing business in conflict zones.
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True Story

By Truth Seeker

from Baltimore MD

Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Firestone and the Warlord DVD:

This is a must see documentary to show Firestone's part in supplying money to Charles Taylor to fund his uprising. To me it was all about the profits and will think twice before I ever buy another Firestone product.

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Firestond & the Worlord Charles Taylor

By Deuronemo

from Bradenton, Florida

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Firestone and the Warlord DVD:

This is an eye opner for all Liberians at home and abroad. This investigative documentary by Frontline and PropPublica concerning Firestone Rubber Plantation and the Warlord, Charles Taylor, is a wake-up call for all Liberian leaders to step back and think about it. I am wondering what will the Liberian people do about this. This is sad, discouraging, disappointing, and disgusting. However, this is a quality, informative, and interesting documentary for the emerging Liberian generation of future leaders to carefully study and lead Liberia to the next level.

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