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Jesselyn Radack is the director of National Security & Human Rights at the Government Accountability Project. www.pinterest.com/jesselynradack All opinions expressed in Daily Kos diaries are my own.

Home Page: http://www.traitorbook.com/

Twitter: @JesselynRadack

Diaries published: 732 (112 days since last diary on Mon Jan 12, 2015 at 08:41 AM PST)

Comments posted: 7626 (112 days since last comment on Mon Jan 12, 2015 at 08:41 AM PST)

Diary frequency: frequent

Comment frequency: frequent

Total Recommends: 80401

Total Comment Ratings: 64045

Most Recommended Diary: OPR: Torture Lawyers Get a Pass; I Get Referred for Criminal Prosecution and Bar Discipline, 564 comments, 837 recommends

People Following Jesselyn Radack: 583

Jesselyn Radack's Most Recent Diaries:

American Anwar al-Awlaki has been dead for over four years now, but The New York Times is still giving substantial ink to the U.S. government's self-serving meme that Awlaki was an "operational" ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 48 comments on Mon Jan 12, 2015 at 08:41 AM PST with 62 Recommends
Tech companies have taken a lot of heat for their cooperation with the National Security Agency's (NSA) broad mass surveillance programs, particularly PRISM . Recently released Foreign ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 56 comments on Fri Sep 12, 2014 at 06:26 AM PDT with 112 Recommends
More journalists have been attacked, threatened and detained in Ferguson, MO. Scott Olsen, the Getty photographer who brought us some of the most stirring images from the Ferguson protests, and The ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 12 comments on Tue Aug 19, 2014 at 07:02 AM PDT with 31 Recommends
Last week The Intercept reported that the government's bloated "terrorist" watchlists would be more aptly named "innocents" watchlists: Nearly half of the people on the U.S. government’s widely ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 11 comments on Fri Aug 15, 2014 at 07:04 AM PDT with 36 Recommends
The fallout over U.S. government espionage in Germany just got more serious. In a move uncommon among close allies the German government asked the CIA station chief to leave the country today. As ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 246 comments on Thu Jul 10, 2014 at 09:09 AM PDT with 135 Recommends
Over the past year, the world learned that the National Security Agency (NSA) engages in costly, ineffective, mass surveillance collecting both metadata and content of communications of ...
by Jesselyn Radack
Comment Count 349 comments on Wed Jul 09, 2014 at 06:11 AM PDT with 111 Recommends

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