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AT&T’s spies for hire & Bought by billionaires with Greg Palast (E349)

Tyrel Ventura, Tabetha Wallace & Sean Stone discover that AT&T developed a “product” for spying on its customers and made millions selling it to warrantless cops. Brigida Santos joins us for an update on the Pentagon’s demand that over 10,000 veterans return their bonuses for extra service in Iraq and Afghanistan. Greg Palast sits down with Sean Stone for part two our interview. Sean and Greg discuss the new film “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” and the influence of billionaires on politicians. Tabetha brings us her one-minute campaign roundup including The Yale Record not endorsing a candidate, and Joe Walsh grabbing his musket if Trump loses.

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