John Kiriakou

Institute for Foreign Policy Studies

Guest

Associate fellow with the Institute for Policy Studies; former CIA analyst and case officer

John Kiriakou on KCRW

On his return visit to the podcast, the former CIA counterterrorism official and whistleblower discusses his opposition to the nominee for the head of the agency.

John Kiriakou: The Wrong Direction for the CIA

On his return visit to the podcast, the former CIA counterterrorism official and whistleblower discusses his opposition to the nominee for the head of the agency.

from Scheer Intelligence

Robert Scheer sits down with former CIA agent and torture whistleblower John Kiriakou.

John Kiriakou: A Whistleblower on Torture

Robert Scheer sits down with former CIA agent and torture whistleblower John Kiriakou.

from Scheer Intelligence

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