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US Cinemas Refuse to Show Bush Assassination Film Until He is Assassinated - October 8th 2006

Two major US cinema chains have stated they are not prepared to show a British film, depicting a fictional assassination of the current US President George W. Bush. The chains have both stated they feel it is inappropriate to screen the potential assassination of a President who has not yet been assassinated:

"It's a fairly straight forward decision," spokesperson Chuck Hankman explained, "Our chain refuses to make money from a tragic event that has not yet happened, it would not be appropriate. We have a duty to the American people.

"Take 9/11 for example - we would never have shown a film where Arab Terrorists attempted to use public aircraft to launch a large scale terrorist attack against the East Coast of the United States before 9/11... it was only once thousands of people died we felt it was appropriate to start milking that cow with United 93 and World Trade Center. That's appropriate behaviour."

Hankman went on to explain that many people would be offended at seeing images depicting the death of their President. He conceded many were also upset at the images seen in World Trade Center and United 93 - but their shock was soon alleviated by some 'kick-ass explosions'

"That's possibly one area where the film makers might want to look to improve their film - to increase it's chances of being screened," Hankman continued, "They killed Bush with gunshot, which is a fairly stark image that sticks in your mind for all the bad reasons. Maybe if they had killed him with an exploding barrel, had him run around on fire for a bit before crawling on the floor Anakin Skywalker style they might have stood some chance of getting it past our board of directors. As it is though, they stand no chance.

"That is," Hankman added, "Unless Bush does get assassinated... in which case I'll gladly sit down and start discussing the profit share."

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