Terror's Advocate  

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Terror's Advocate (French:L'Avocat de la terreur) is a documentary interview film of 2007 by Barbet Schroeder on the lawyer Jacques Vergès first presented at the 2007 Cannes film festival. It has been compared to A Mighty Heart which premiered at the same festival, Terror's Advocate receiving the best reviews. Jacques Vergès defended some of the most infamous activists/terrorists of the 20th century, from the terrorist Carlos the Jackal to the Nazi executioner Klaus Barbie.

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