NSA recruiting fail, Gabon ritual killings, Egypt in turmoil, Mos Def gets tortured
Abby Martin goes over the countries that have offered asylum to the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and explains why. She then highlights Madiha Tahrir for completely eviscerating NSA recruiters at her college campus by asking more hard-hitting questions than all of the MSM. Then the US relationship with the West African country of Gabon is called into question and we talk to Gabonese activist Franck Jocktane about the rampant corruption within the government and a rise in ritualistic killings that have drawn thousands to the streets in protest. Next, the latest news coming out of Egypt and RT correspondent Reema Abu Hamdieh talks about what the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi could mean for the future of a democratic Egypt. Finally, an update on the force-feeding of hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay, many of whom have been cleared for release for several years yet remain indefinitely detained.