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Video Interview w/ Tom Devine, '80 on Manning, Snowden

Monday, August 5, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Tom Devine, '80

"...Mr. Manning blew the whistle on murder..."

 Tom Devine, '80, Legal Director of the Government Accountability Project, is interviewed by Abby Martin on "Breaking the Set" with regard to whistleblowing generally and on the Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden cases in particular.  If you've been confused by why some call these two "whistleblowers" - as opposed to traitors - you might want to check out this relatively short interview, the introduction to which begins at minute three.  

 Watch the video at Breaking the Set


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