Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

National and World

January 21, 2013

New documentary targets critics of fracking

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McAleer, a journalist and filmmaker who previously covered the IRA for England's Sunday Times and other papers, said the Kickstarter campaign didn't accept money from oil and gas companies or their top executives. But critics have noted that one of his previous films attacked Al Gore and global warming, while another touted the benefits of a mine in a poor region of Romania.

"FrackNation" is scheduled to air Jan. 22 on cable channel AXS.

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