Faith Film gets blowback from YouTube, Atheists

By Faith News Note,

The faith film “I Am Not Ashamed” is about the life of Columbine shooting victim Rachel Scott and is being released across America this weekend. Stories on her death report that she was asked if she believed in God before she was executed by the shooters. The film’s trailer was blocked for several months by YouTube and later reinstated (see article here). Supporters of the film told FoxNews that they were not provided an accurate explanation stating that “[YouTube] would not give any explanation, no explanation whatsoever, why they… [took it down]…we’ve lost 11 months of being able to use social media freely. We feel it’s an interference with our freedom of expression.” In another controversy, The Atheist Show, is attacking the film saying that the story never happened as detailed in the film (article here).

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