How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers | Mark Hertsgaard | US news | The Guardian

According to Crane, his superiors inside the Pentagon’s Inspector General’s office were eager to help. Henry Shelley, the general counsel – the office’s top lawyer – urged that the IG office should tell the FBI agents investigating the Times leak about Drake and the other NSA whistleblowers. After all, the NSA whistleblowers’ recent complaint had objected to the same surveillance practices described in the Times article – which made them logical suspects in the leak. Crane objected strenuously. Informing a

Source: How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers | Mark Hertsgaard | US news | The Guardian


Proof the despicable cock-suckers at the FBI trumped up charges on Drake and then proceeded to destroy his life – why? Oh, just because the needle-dick assholes could, that’s why! Mother of God the US Government sucks dicks!

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So here’s a retrospective of sorts for moviegoers and others interested in the journalism Edward Snowden made possible through his decision to become a whistleblower: In all, over 150 articles from 23 news organizations worldwide have incorporated documents provided by Snowden, and The Intercept and other outlets continue to mine the archive for stories of social and political significance. In the hope that Stone’s movie will spark more widespread interest in the NSA programs Snowden helped bring to light,

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