Friday, August 28, 2015

Trailer for Tigre Hill's aborted union documentary

The trailer for Tigre Hill’s aborted union documentary has quietly hit the Internet. The 6:12 video feature many recognizable faces in the recent Goldtex labor dispute. I was able to track down Hill, who had this to say: “I am no longer involved with this project. I am focusing on "The Corrupt And The Dead" Mafia documentary with George Anastasia and Dave Schratweiser.”

Trailer for Tigre Hill's aborted union documentary

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Video: YouTube: Investors Trailer For Aborted Tigre Hill Union Documentary

The trailer for Tigre Hill’s aborted union documentary has quietly hit the Internet. The 6:12 video feature many recognizable faces in the recent Goldtex labor dispute. I was able to track down Hill, who had this to say: “I am no longer involved with this project. I am focusing on "The Corrupt And The Dead" Mafia documentary with George Anastasia and Dave Schratweiser.”

See the YouTube video below.

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