A RECRUITER for the US Marine Corps who was portrayed by Michael Mooreâs antiwar film Fahrenheit 9/11 as deliberately targeting young men in poor neighbourhoods has been killed in Iraq. Staff Sergeant Raymond Plouhar, 30, died on Monday after his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Anbar province. His family said that the Marine had hated the antiwar rhetoric of the film. In the documentary the Marine explains his strategy for approaching potential recruits. âItâs better to get them when theyâre ones and twos and work on them that way,â he says. âRight now there is somebody out there who wants to be a Marine but has no idea how to do it.â Before the car-park scene Mooreâs voiceover suggests that the Marines cynically target poorer neighbourhoods. âThey decided not to go to the wealthier Genesee Valley mall in the suburbs,â the film-maker says. âThey have a hard time recruiting young people there.â Raymond Plouhar Sr said that his son had only 38 days left in Iraq.