Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Narco News TV: Gary Webb Tells His Own Story

Posted By on Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Please grab this week's Tucson Weekly when it lands in our stands Thursday. The cover, a story that recently ran in our sister alt-weekly, the Sacramento News and Review, is on the late journalist Gary Webb. Narcos News has been steadfast in writing about Webb, his work, his association with Narco News' School of Authentic Journalism and helping to promote the movie Kill the Messenger, a film starring Jeremy Renner as Webb.

The movie opens Oct. 10 across the county, and to further help promote Webb's work, Narco News is running a series of videos, interviews of Webb back in 2003's School of Authentic Journalism. Webb's story in his own words seems worth your time and more.

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