Project Censored: Abby Martin, Mike Prysner, and Kevin Gosztola

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From Project Censored:

“On this Project Censored Show, Mickey Huff and Chase Palmieri continue their discussion regarding efforts to censor voices critical of the US empire from journalists to veterans and whistleblowers. They’re rejoined by Abby Martin of The Empire Files about online censorship and recent attacks of her work on TeleSUR; followed by Mike Prysner, a noted activist and veteran against the ongoing wars, who discusses his latest work on the Eyes Left podcast that encourages resistance within the military and offers counsel to people inside the military as well as support to veterans who want to speak out against imperial wars. The program continues with independent journalist Kevin Gosztola from Shadowproof.com about NSA whistleblower Reality Winner’s case and recent sentencing, the longest for unauthorized disclosure in US history.”

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