• Will.G.67210718

    Very Shameful what the District Attorney Ken Hodges, (whom was suppose to be working for the people of Dougherty County ) did to Dr Bagnato and Charles Rehberg (because they were informing the people of Dougherty County of the corruption being perpetrated by the CEO of Phoebe Putney Hospital, Joel Wernick against the people just to advance the career of his Wife with a local television station. The whole county is now suffering due to this corruption. Industries have moved out of the area due to high medical cost, contributing to high unemployment rates . Crime and drugs have taken over. Phoebe Putney once a small hospital with real world class medicine has become a corrupt organization and sixth of the worst hospitals in the nation. Posted by Wendy Laramore September 21,2017

    • Will.G.67210718

      Very Shameful what the District Attorney Ken Hodges, (whom was suppose to be working for the people of Dougherty County ) did to Dr Bagnato and Charles Rehberg (because they were informing the people of Dougherty County of the corruption being perpetrated by the CEO of Phoebe Putney Hospital, Joel Wernick against the people just to advance the career of his Wife with a local television station. The whole county is now suffering due to this corruption. Industries have moved out of the area due to high medical cost, contributing to high unemployment rates . Crime and drugs have taken over. Phoebe Putney once a small hospital with real world class medicine has become a corrupt organization and sixth of the worst hospitals in the nation.

      • DougSpaeth

        I have just watched this thoughtful and very informative documentary and realized that I want everyone to see it, realizing how impactful it is in tellling the truth of the occupation and its devastating effects on Palestinians and even Israelis themselves. Americans especially will see where their tax dollars are going and will find it unsettling to say the least and even heartbreaking. Anna has done an amazing job at conveying this ongoing story of human rights abuse in the land that we call "Holy" where the contradiction is blatant and too long in righting itself.

        • Alfred.K

          Excellent account of the struggles of a small farmer by the son of a small farmer, one of thousands in France, who was destroyed by the so-called free enterprise system. Of course, the stalinists and maoists gave collective farming a bad name, but, ultimately, all farming will be done collectively.

          • iain.m

            This is a fascinating story, well-told. I was struck by the strength of character of the people involved the "simple' men and women who showed such fortitude and courage in the face of such a powerful terrifying state. An inspiration to us all.