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Iraq torture payoff, indigenous fight back, truth-seekers prosecuted, free Cuban 5

Abby Martin talks to racial justice and native rights blogger at the Nation Aura Bogado about the threat against indigenous sovereignty, and the growth of the Idle No More movement beyond Canada. Abby then calls out the corporate media for their obsession with supermodel Katherine Webb, and instead highlights a successful lawsuit against defense contractor L-3 Services for torture at Iraq’s infamous Abu Ghraib Prison. Abby then talks to whistleblower and lawyer Jesselyn Radack about recent developments in the cases of ex CIA official John Kiriakou, and PFC Bradley Manning. Finally, a look at the Cuban Five, a group of Cuban intelligence agents who have been incarcerated in the US since 1998, as the forgotten political prisoners of the Cold War.

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