Declassified

Intel Whistle-Blowers Fear Government Won't Protect Them

Unless truth-tellers get protections, there will be lots more Edward Snowdens.
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Omerta.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Nearly three years after Edward Snowden bypassed the intelligence community's own process for reporting wrongdoing and leaked troves of classified documents to Glenn Greenwald, the system for protecting whistle-blowers inside the national security state remains broken.  

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