On September 16, 2007, employees of the military contractor Blackwater,
USA opened fire and killed at least 14 Iraqis in the infamous Nisour
Square massacre. The youngest victim was nine-year-old Ali Kinani, who
died from a gunshot wound to the head. In this exclusive interview,
produced for Democracy Now by The Nation‘s Jeremy Scahill and
Richard Rowley of Big Noise Films, Ali’s father Mohammed talks about his
son, the shootings, and his struggle to win some justice for his son.
Two and a half years after the shootings, Mohammed may be the one man
standing between Blackwater and total impunity.