With DC Action for Assange, CN Live! screened Juan Passarelli’s film The War on Journalism in Washington Sunday, followed by discussion with Passarelli, Daniel Ellsberg, James Goodale, John Kiriakou, Stefania Maurizi, Cathy Vogan and Chip Gibbons. Watch the replay.
Tag: John Kiriakou
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Don’t Charge Trump With Espionage
Nobody should face the charge unless they are working for a foreign power and mean harm to the United States.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: J Edgar Hoover’s Evil Brainchild
All of COINTELPRO should be declassified. Bobby Rush’s legislation — now at high risk of getting lost in Congress — would do that.
Exposing the CIA & Raising the Bar for Investigative Reporting
The new book featuring the reporting of the late Robert Parry, the founder of this site, should be assigned in college classrooms, writes John Kiriakou in a review of American Dispatches.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Hold the Fireworks
From the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade to the persecution of whistleblowers, this July 4th exploded with reasons not to celebrate.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: A Whistleblower’s Agony
Denying Joshua Schulte bail because of a fear that he might reveal classified information is one thing. Subjecting him to torture is another.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Penetrating the Blue Wall
The fallout for police whistleblowers is at least as bad as for those elsewhere in government.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Info-Warrior Malcolm Nance
Has the former MSNBC analyst dropped his media gig and really gone off to battle the Russians in Ukraine?
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Prison Food
“Not for Human Consumption.” The author, who saw that label himself when he was incarcerated, calls out a widespread human rights violation being committed in U.S. prisons.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: New York’s Prison Crisis
Rikers Island has been in the news lately, but Great Meadow Correctional Facility is even worse.