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Center for the Rule of Law : Blog Announcements: "Forty Years of Silence," a film by Dr. Randy Olson

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"Forty Years of Silence," a film by Dr. Randy Olson

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Members of the West Point Film Club, as well as Cadets taking Jurisprudence (LW 495), Criminal Law (LW 472), and those who participated in 2013 West Point Civil Rights Staff Ride met with filmmaker Randy Olson to watch and discuss his film ― "Forty Years of Silence." The film is about Mr. Olson‘s father, the late COL John Olson, USMA Class of 1939, who was a POW in the Philippines following the Bataan Death March. COL Olson was imprisoned at Camp O'Donnell and later the ranking officer at Cabanatuan prison. The film documented COL Olson's experience both during and after the war. Read post

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2/28/2015

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Film & Law Program Presents "Forty Years of Silence," a film by Dr. Randy Olson

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Posted on March 30, 2014

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Created at 4/8/2014 1:40 PM by Amy McCarthy
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