john kiriakou leaks

In an interview with ABC News in 2007, former CIA agent John Kiriakou was one of the first to acknowledge the existence of
Prior to his sentencing, Kiriakou spoke to The Huffington Post's Ryan J. Reilly about his views on President Barack Obama's
"In truth, this is my punishment for blowing the whistle on the CIA’s illegal torture program and for telling the public
The 30-month sentence was part of a plea deal Kiriakou had worked out with federal prosecutors in October. But U.S. District
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The first Central Intelligence Agency officer to face prison for disclosing classified information, was
Kiriakou told ABC in 2007 that he thought waterboarding was something the U.S. "needed to do," but said he has since changed
He defended the agency's conduct in the ABC News interview, though he said he later came to the conclusion that torture violated
Had John Kiriakou actually engaged in torture, he wouldn't be in any trouble at all -- he never even would have been investigated. But because he talked about torture with reporters, he's going to prison.
John Kiriakou is the first C.I.A. officer to be convicted of disclosing classified information to a reporter. He nows faces prison time for the leak.
John Kiriakou's attorney Jesselyn Radack joins Marc to discuss her dissatisfaction with the way President Obama is handling whistleblowers.
Looking back, John C. Kiriakou admits he should have known better. But when the F.B.I. called him a year ago and invited
WASHINGTON -- Looking back, John C. Kiriakou admits he should have known better. But when the F.B.I. called him a year ago
"The beneficiary of the privilege is the public … the people's right to know," Gregory said. "We need to know what the government
There is a barely visible but still significant war raging between a government obsessed with secrecy and whistleblowers seeking to expose waste, fraud, and wrongdoing.
Human rights and open government advocates on Tuesday harshly criticized the Obama administration over the criminal charges