If Michael Moore?s Oscar-winning documentary Bowling for
Columbine left you hungry for more, you won?t have to wait
long for seconds. The controversial filmmaker is hard at work on
Fahrenheit 911, a documentary on the ?murky relationship?
between former president George Bush and the family of al-Qaida
leader Osama bin Laden. The film, set to be released in time for
the 2004 presidential election, will suggest that Osama?s father,
Mohammed bin Laden, and George senior had a business relationship
from which bin Laden profited greatly. Osama reportedly used the
$300 million inherited from his father to finance global terrorism.
Very murky indeed. Although Moore has received mixed reviews in the
wake of his anti-Bush Oscar acceptance speech, he does not seem
discouraged: ?The majority of Americans agree with me, see the
economy in the toilet, and didn?t vote for George W,? he says.
?People are now realizing you can question your government while
still caring about the soldiers.?
Michael Moore Plans Bush-bin Laden Film