Bob Coen is a filmmaker, journalist and war correspondent whose work has always focused on uncovering hidden truths. He was based in Africa for 15 years and as correspondent for CNN International received the Bayeux Prize for best Television War Correspondent for his reporting from Liberia. His award winning films, which include, Mozambique – The Stuggle for Survival, Angola – Triumph or Tragedy? and Blood and Memory have been broadcast on CNN International, National Geographic, PBS and Channel Four UK among others. He is also a consultant to the United Nations in conflict zones and humanitarian emergencies.
Journalists and filmmakers Bob Coen and Eric Nadler discussed their work on the untold story of the 2001 anthrax attacks, the dark secrets of germ warfare research, and how it ties in with the untimely deaths of microbiologists around the world.