Able Danger is the very real but little known private intelligence program
that destroyed 2.5 terabytes of data detailing the financial support network
of Al Qaeda six months before the tragic events of 9/11.

Able Danger the film is not factual. It is not a documentary.

Able Danger the film, does, however, get its title from the real
secret government program of the same name that destroyed
2.5 terabytes of data in March 2001.
The facts are, Able Danger team members have come forward
and testified and have been persecuted for doing so.
Books written on Able Danger (a run of 10,000) were bought
and burned by the Pentagon in September, 2010.
See below for a few factual bits from the news to allow you to decide
for yourself if Able Danger is something the American people should
be paying tax dollars to cover up. We believe you will continue to hear
more about Able Danger long into the future, if you happen to be someone
who notices things like book burnings.

But we the filmmakers do not pretend to know exactly what the
intellgence agency, Able Danger, did. Able Danger the film simply plays with the idea --
what if there was a digital copy of the 2.5 terrabytes of data that the
Able Danger intelligence agency destroyed in 2001, and what if that,
-- the Able Danger hard-drive -- served as irrefutable proof of
American secret intelligence involvement in the planning and execution of 9/11.

Able Danger the film is a very fictional story of a 9/11 truther & coffee shop owner
(played by Adam Nee), who is approached by a mysterious Eastern European
agent (played by Elina Lowensohn) arrives at his bookstore café
with the smoking gun -- the Able Danger hard drive.