I was to review a video called “12th and Clairmount”, a documentary depicting the events of 1967 Detroit that ended in armed conflict between the United States National Guard and the Citizens of Detroit Michigan.
I would like to point out that the actual documentary is nowhere to be found online and that is something that is alarming to freedom.
This Documentary Six Days in July – Coverage of the 1976 Detroit riots. Is one of a few videos I could find on the actual incident, minus what you read from history books.
You can watch the trailer for the Documentary “12th and Clairmount” here, it also gives an over view of the documentary in the article. The video itself has been completely removed from the internet, and from all streaming services.
There is this piece of information that is on the Detroit Free Press website, you could possible email them or call them for a copy of the video.
“A DIA staff person will then contact you to discuss the submission and make arrangements for its loan to the project. Film submissions can also be arranged by e-mailing Detroit67Film@dia.org or calling 313-833-8687”
I do not have time to call them, and if they email me back I might not even read it. If people are really interested in finding out why this documentary has been pulled from every online streaming service. There is a huge ethical dilemma in restricting the flow of information in a free and open society.