Hacktivist faces 100 years, You are what you eat, Surveillance: Modern internment

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to Jaydee Hanson, Policy Analyst for the Center for Food Safety, about horsemeat in the UK, and what this says about the potential for food fraud in the US. Abby then talks to Christian Stork of WhoWhatWhy.org about the case of online activist Barrett Brown and the US government’s fixation on preemptive prosecution of anyone exposing government wrongdoing. BTS wraps up the show with a look the 71st anniversary of the internment of Japanese people in the US following the attack on Pearl Harbor, and how the growing surveillance state is the modern day internment camp. 

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