For more than four years -- ever since his indictment on Espionage Act charges -- the public could not hear the voice of CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling. Until now.
Today brings the release of a short documentary with exclusive interviews of Jeffrey Sterling and his wife Holly. The film comes one day after a judge sentenced the former CIA case officer to three and a half years in prison.
Prosecutors and Justice Department officials have denounced Sterling for several years. Now you can hear Sterling speak for himself in this film:
"The Invisible Man: CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling" was directed by Oscar nominee Judith Ehrlich. I produced the film on behalf of ExposeFacts.org.
Norman Solomon is executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy and coordinates its ExposeFacts project. Solomon is a co-founder of RootsAction.org, which has encouraged donations to the Sterling Family Fund. Disclosure: Shortly after the guilty verdict against Sterling in a northern Virginia courtroom four months ago, Solomon used his frequent-flyer miles for plane tickets so Holly and Jeffrey Sterling could get home to St. Louis.