John Kiriakou is a former CIA operative and senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. A target of the Obama administration's war on whistleblowers, he remains the only US official to serve time behind bars after revelations of CIA "enhanced interrogation" practices, despite openly opposing the torture program. He maintains that his case was about exposing torture, not leaking information, adding, he "would do it all over again."
Joseph Hickman and former CIA operative John Kiriakou detailed the shadowy post 9-11 world. Followed by Mark Thurston on dreams and Edgar Cayce. More »
George Knapp was joined, in the first hour, by Academy Award nominated director James Spione, who discussed his film Silenced, which deals with Washington's increasingly draconian response to whistleblowers, and the devastating personal toll on those who've questioned... More »