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Images: Scoop Fahrenheit 9/11 Preview

Scoop's Fahrenheit 9/11 preview screening went ahead virtually without a hitch on Friday night, raising a couple of hundred dollars for Indymedia Aotearoa and

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A section of the 190 strong audience prepare to view Aftermath – Unanswered Questions.

As things turned out the Scoop Co-Editor's fears of overbooking were greatly exagerated and everybody managed to squeeze into the house. Guerilla News Network's Aftermath started at 5.50pm and kicked off proceedings.

9/11 Family's lawyer Mary Schiavo speaking at the UnansweredQuestions.Org press conference in June 2002, as edited for Aftermath.

After Aftermath the main event – Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 followed and was met with applause. A fair number of the party retired to Kitty O'Shea's afterwards for some post viewing libation.

The one small hitch on the evening came in the form of a failed plan to sell 3000 Deception Dollars to the audience after the event. As a result Scoop now has a very serious roll of deception cash to dispose of and hopefully raise some more money for Indymedia and UnansweredQuestions.Org. Watch this space!

- Alastair Thompson, Scoop Co-Editor

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