Former CIA Agent Charged Under Espionage Act For Reporting Tortureby Willio
Feb. 01, 2012
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In a recent ruling by the Justice Department, former CIA agent John Kiriakou was charged with four felony counts of espionage for discussing the torture involved in CIA's interrogation program with reporters. Young Turks host Cenk Uygur explains the case and points out why this sets a terrible double standard on how our government defends citizens who commit war crimes while chastising those who expose them.