It was the opening sequences of this film, "The War You Don't See" that got Private Bradley Manning a death sentence when he returned home to the U.S. He had a very difficult choice to make. Either way, both would earn him a lifetime sentence of torment. The first was witnessing Iraqi civilians being brutally gunned down on the streets of Baghdad and forced helplessly to look on and suffer a lifetime of tortured conscience. The second was to speak out as a desperate cry for help on behalf of the victims to tell the world what he had seen.
At this point, I should mention that YouTube/Google and now Vimeo has been trying to prevent this film from being seen. YouTube has been issuing false copyright claims without the owners permission. I know this because I spoken to Matt Hird of Dartmouth Films, whose name YouTube had illegally used as the claimant without his authorization:
"In a world of Universal Deceit-telling the Truth is a Revolutionary Act" - George Orwell