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CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling's case puts state secrecy and retaliation on trial.


It's increasingly true that the government uses secrecy to hide its screw-ups, to make sure it presents the best (and often misleading) side of stories, and to discipline people that they don't like.

The prosecution of CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling is more about retaliation and ass covering than security or justice. Marcy Wheeler has been covering the political fallout of the Sterling case at her blog emptywheel.

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Marcy Wheeler

Marcy Wheeler is the Right to Know journalist for ExposeFacts and blogs about surveillance, government and everything else at emptywheel.


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