Library Bookwatch: September 2016
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
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The Library DVD Shelf
Hard to Believe
Swoop Films, LLC
Hard to Believe is a documentary on DVD questioning the world's lack of response to an atrocity perpetrated by the Chinese government - the imprisonment and execution of its own citizens for their beliefs (especially those who engaged in the spiritual practice of Falun Gong), followed by the deliberate harvest of their organs.
Two-time Emmy award-winner Ken Stone investigates evidence of the nightmare, and questions why a 2014 U.S. House Resolution condemning the crime of forced organ harvesting from tens of thousands of Chinese prisoners of conscience was proposed, but never voted on.
A horrifying expose of monumental mass-murder, Hard to Believe is highly recommended especially for public and college library DVD collections. 56 min.