Jesselyn Radack

Government Accountability Project

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National Security and Human Rights Director at the Government Accountability Project, a whistle-blower protection and advocacy organization; author of Traitor: The Whistleblower and the "American Taliban"

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Bradley Manning Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy

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Last Friday, the  Associated Press learned  that the Justice Department had obtained records for more than 20 separate telephone lines" for reporters' office phones, home phones and…

National Security, Government 'Spin' and the First Amendment

Last Friday, the Associated Press learned that the Justice Department had obtained records for more than 20 separate telephone lines" for reporters' office phones, home phones and…

from To the Point

The pre-trial hearing is almost over in the biggest leak of classified documents in American history. Pfc.

Bradley Manning: Hero or Criminal?

The pre-trial hearing is almost over in the biggest leak of classified documents in American history. Pfc.

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