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“Let The Fire Burn” new documentary film about bombing of MOVE


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“This MASTERPIECE about an astounding and forgotten moment in recent American history SHOULD BE SEEN FAR AND WIDE.” – Filmmaker Magazine

“Has THE FORCE AND INTRIGUE of a courtroom thriller…Ripples with URGENCY and MORAL COMPLEXITY.”

In the astonishingly gripping Let the Fire Burn, director Jason Osder has crafted that rarest of cinematic objects: a found-footage film that unfurls with the tension of a great thriller. On May 13, 1985, by order of local Philadelphia authorities, police dropped military-grade explosives onto a MOVE-occupied rowhouse. TV cameras captured the conflagration that quickly escalated–and resulted in the tragic deaths of eleven people (including five children) and the destruction of 61 homes. It was only later discovered that authorities decided to “…let the fire burn.” Using only archival news coverage and interviews, first-time filmmaker Osder has brought to life one of the most tumultuous and largely forgotten clashes between government and citizens in modern American history. See trailer and read more at http://letthefireburn.com.

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Playing now in many states, check out show dates near you!

MOVE 9


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Almost 35 years after the Aug. 8, 1978 confrontation in Philadelphia, the eight remaining “MOVE 9” prisoners are still being denied parole, after becoming eligible in 2008. MOVE is asking for support in building public pressure for the MOVE 9’s release. The MOVE 9 are:

Name Photo Location Years Imprisoned
Michael Davis Africa Michael Davis Africa Graterford, PA 35
William Phillips Africa William Phillips Africa Dallas, PA 35
Delbert Orr Africa Delbert Orr Africa Dallas, PA 35
Edward Goodman Africa eddie-65x100px Frackville, PA 35
Charles Sims Africa Charles Sims Africa Hunlock Creek, PA 35
Debbie Sims Africa Debbie Sims Africa Cambridge Springs, PA 35
Janet Hollaway Africa Janet Hollaway Africa Cambridge Springs, PA 35
Janine Phillips Africa Janine Phillips Africa Cambridge Springs, PA 35
Merle Africa (transitioned) Merle Africa South Carolina 35

Write to the MOVE 9 and let them know they are remembered.

Michael Davis Africa #AM4973
P.O. Box 244
Graterford, PA 19426-244

William Phillips Africa #AM4984
Delbert Orr Africa #AM4985
1000 Follies Rd.
Dallas, PA 18612

Edward Goodman Africa #AM4974
Mumia Abu Jamal #AM8335
301 Morea Rd.
Frackville, PA 17932

Charles Sims Africa #AM4975
660 State Route 11
Hunlock Creek, PA 18621-3136

Debbie Sims Africa #006307
Janet Hollaway Africa #006308
Janine Phillips Africa #6309
451 Fullerton Ave.
Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238

Check out www.move9parole.blogspot.com for more specific information on how to support parole for the MOVE 9