Turkey uncensored, Drone collisions, Education heroes, Jailed CIA officer speaks out

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to Justin Wedes, a citizen journalist on the ground in Turkey, about the continuing protests in the country, the root of public discontent, the tactics used by the government to quell dissent and the evolving demands of demonstrators. Abby then highlights Batavia high school teacher John Dryden for telling his students about their constitutional rights before filling out a potentially self-incriminating survey, and calls out Erick Erikson, a conservative commentator who believes women in the workplace earning more than men has a negative effect on society. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with whistleblower and attorney Jesselyn Radack about ex-CIA officer John Kirakou’s letter written from federal prison describing his experience, the Obama administration’s over-classification of documents, and an update on Bradley Manning’s trial.

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