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I have not seen either of those. Nor do I intend to just to find arguments against your obviously ignorant opinions.
But I have read several reviews of each. Regardless of whether the content of these is true or false they obviously present their subjects in a rather bad light. Regardless of whether these use the subject's own words or not they still present the subject in a bad light. So to claim they are right wing biassed is ludicrous.
Are you actually trying to claim these are right-wing biased? Why not tell us what you think makes these right-wing biased.
Just the assumption that waterboarding is never justified, or the claim that the Iraq war was not justified is making assumptions based upon left-wing dogma.
How many positive impressions of each subject did these documentaries present? A left-wing fool might say these two are evil men so there is nothing positive about them. Therefore the documentary is "balanced".