'Drone' documentary targets deadly US military program
"We were the ultimate voyeurs, the ultimate peeping toms. And we're getting orders to take these people's lives. It was just point and click." - Brandon Bryan, former drone operator in the U.S. Military.
Brandon Bryan spent five years as a drone operator in the U.S. Military.
By his own estimation, he was involved in operations that killed 1,626 people. Though to this day, he says he doesn't know how many of those killings were justified.
Drones have become a staple technology in the U.S. war against terror but they're very seldom seen, and their operators are seldom heard.
But Brandon Bryant has become a vocal critic of the U.S. drone program. And he's one of the main figures in a new documentary film called, "Drone."
The film "Drone" opens in theatres across North America today.
Director Tonje Hessen Schei and Brandon Bryant joined Kelly Crowe from New York.
What do you think of the Drone program?
This segment was produced by The Current's Gord Westmacott.