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SAN FRANCISCO — In Alex Gibney’s career as a documentarian, he’s spent a lot of time peering into ingenious fraudsters, liars, and questionable charismatic figures. Among them: the Enron executives, the cyclist Lance Armstrong, and Scientology leader David Miscavige.

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  • It is telling that Errol Morris has seemingly lost stature as a reveal the truth documentarian despite his contributing–unknowingly, but gullibly–in the selling of this fraud. all he had to do was take an Edison blood test and a genuine blood test to see it was a scam.

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