by Tito Howard, Howard Films, 2002 For two hours on 8 June 1967, Israeli forces attacked theUSS Liberty "in international waters thirteen miles off of El Arish, inSinai," killing thirty-four Americans and wounding more than 170. Twelve U.S.aircraft dispatched from the USS Saratoga to defend the Libertywere recalled by Washington whilethe attack was still underway. Evidence of a subsequent cover-up on the part ofU.S. governmentofficials is damning. Testimonials by her crew, four-star American generals,and other high-ranking military officials documented in this film agree thatthe extraordinary attack deserves at the very least a congressionalinvestigation. The end of the film shows the bullet-riddled American flag thathad flown above the ship during its bombardment. Today it flies in the face ofthe official story that Liberty'sdestruction was merely "a case of mistaken identity."