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When Master Sgt. Jerry Ensminger lost his 9 year old daughter to a rare type of leukemia, he wondered why. When the first hint of evidence about polluted wells at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune surfaced, he feared he had his answer. But he needed proof. Using unclassified documents, military contacts, and other victims, he began his search for truth, justice, and healing. His intelligence, intuition and “Marine spirit” brings this eco-detective story to light as he discovers the true horror that the Pentagon is the nation’s single biggest polluter and the top-down cover-up is only the beginning. This dramatic, heart-breaking documentary is both a searing look at the military’s betrayal of its own and an emotional story of one man’s transformation into the activist he never imagined he’d become.
2011 Woodstock Film Festival Audience Award Winner
2011 Woodstock Film Festival Jury Prize Winner
2011 Woodstock Film Festival Second Place Best Editing
2011 Tied to the Tracks Films, Inc.