by Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times
The fascinating, three-part Netflix documentary gathers a treasure trove of info about Utah bombings linked to fake documents that shook up the Mormon church.
Dressed in a three-piece suit with natty bow tie and a thin gold chain around his ample mid-section, the distinguished older gentleman with the high-pitched voice fidgets in his chair, his fingers flying this way and that, like a trial witness undergoing cross-examination.
“Can I ask a favor?” he says. “Don’t make me answer that. Don’t make me answer that. Let someone else do it. I don’t want to make a hero out of him. Because he WAS fantastic.”