The Panama Deception is a 1992 American narrative film that won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film is condemning of the activities of the US military amid the 1989 intrusion of Panama by the United States, covering the clashing purposes behind the attack and portraying the US media as one-sided.
It additionally highlighted media inclination, demonstrating occasions that were unreported or distorted in the news. It was coordinated by Barbara Trent of the Empowerment Project and was described by on-screen character Elizabeth Montgomery.
The film declares that the U.S. government attacked Panama essentially to renegotiate the terms of the Torrijos–Carter Treaties. An alternate claim made by the film is that the United States tried some manifestation of laser or vitality weapon amid the attack.
This documentary incorporates footage of mass graves revealed after the US troops had withdrawn, torched neighborhoods, and additionally delineations of a portion of the 20,000 displaced people who fled the battleground.
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