9500 Liberty Trailer

9500 Liberty Trailer (2009)

15 November 2009 Factual 81 mins

"When Prince William experienced a major building boom in the 1990s, a shortage of labor created a demand for workers, which led to an increase in the Latino population. Some of the newcomers were legal immigrants. Some were not. A blogger named Greg Letiecq began to write about his unhappiness with hearing Spanish spoken in public places. Finding an audience, he fomented about rising crime rates, rising taxes to pay for services for the newcomers, overcrowded dwellings, music played too loud, fast driving, and so on. He included Latino crime reports from the local police blotter. He even claimed armed members of the Mexican revolutionary group Zapatistas were moving to Prince William County." - Roger Ebert

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Cast

Alanna Almeda

as Herself

Greg Letiecq

as Himself

Martin E. Nohe

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 15 November 2009

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