The Murder Of Fred Hampton. Howard Alk. 1971. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Can't really evaluate this as a piece of cinema, even though it's successful on those terms. All the recordings of Chicago BPP happenings are crazy compelling. It's weird how videos people take because they feel their seeing something important have this electricity to them. The stuff about cops doing murder and doing an arrogant slipshod coverup job is grim but speaks to what someone might come up against if they truly commit to fighting systemically fucked up wretched power structures.