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29 Apr, 2023 06:19

The pitfalls of classified documents


It seems that all the talk in Washington is about classified documents. Who has them? Why were they retained? And what should be done about it? But those are the easy questions. The more difficult ones concern why the American government produces more than 100 million classified documents every year. How many of those documents are properly and legitimately classified? John Kiriakou talks with whistleblower Jesselyn Radack about the mishandling of classified documents.