Seymour Hersh

Staff Writer, New Yorker

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Staff writer for the New Yorker

Seymour Hersh on KCRW

He's one of the most prominent investigative reporters in the United States and this week he again outrages the White House and the Pentagon.

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He's one of the most prominent investigative reporters in the United States and this week he again outrages the White House and the Pentagon.

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