Roger Waters narrates anti-fence film

During the film, Waters spray-paints "We don't need no thought control" on the wall.

By JTA
August 24, 2009 12:10
Roger Waters narrates anti-fence film

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Former Pink Floyd lead singer Roger Waters is the narrator for a United Nations film about Palestinian difficulties caused by the security fence. The 15-minute film opened Wednesday to mark the fifth anniversary of the International Court of Justice's opinion that the fence's route is illegal, the French news agency AFP reported. During the film, Waters spray-paints "We don't need no thought control" on the wall.

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