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CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling: Assange Case Shows USA Will Use Any Method to Quiet Dissent (E849)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling, who was convicted for revealing details about Operation Merlin. He discusses the extradition trial and persecution Julian Assange is facing, his own experience of being prosecuted –on circumstantial evidence– for whistleblowing, whether the WikiLeaks founder would face a fair trial in Virginia, his experiences of racism with the CIA, his advice for other potential whistleblowers, and more! Next, we speak to Lord Clarke of Windermere, ahead of the Labour Party’s 120th Anniversary. He discusses Labour’s loss in the 2019 election and why there are some positives for Labour, the importance of Brexit in Labour’s loss, Jeremy Corbyn’s perceived unpopularity, the pro-war history of Labour Prime Ministers, and more!

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