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AG Eric Holder has appointed a special prosecutor to investigation allegations of CIA abuse and possible criminal conduct. I only hope that it goes far beyond the CIA personnel themselves and includes the architects who "okayed" the actions. Follow the investigation where it leads! This is far more than a couple of bad apples.
Jack appears on MSNBC on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 9 and 10 a.m. e.t. Hope you can watch.
With the CIA IG report and the Justice Department Office of Professional Responsibility looking at events, Jack appears on MSNBC with Ed Schultz at 6 p.m.
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The Central Intelligence Agency is finally releasing a report regarding interrogations committed during the Bush Administration. And revelations including guns and power drills certainly stick out. Jack will appear on MSNBC to discuss all of it.
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With so many questions involving the CIA and Blackwater as well as an internal report being released on CIA abuses, Jack appears on MSNBC with Dylan Ratigan on Monday at 9 a.m. e.t. Hope you can watch.
Jack is scheduled to appear on Countdown with Keith Olbermann Monday on MSNBC. The CIA is supposed to release a report. To be more accurate, they were supposed to have released it long ago but it keeps getting delayed. I wonder why . . .
Always a lot of fun. Hope you can watch.
The CIA hired Blackwater to kill bad guys. But what happens when you let mercenaries do your dirty work? Simply put, this is a disaster.
I'm on MSNBC with David Shuster during the 4 o'clock hour to talk about it. Hope you can watch.
In light of the Afghanistan elections today, Rep. Adam Schiff joins me at 2:30 p.m. e.t. to talk about the significance and the latest Americans polls showing less support for the war.
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New revelations are coming out about the CIA hiring Blackwater to run assassination teams into Iraq and Afghanistan back in 2004. This is an absolute disaster. In an effort to avoid responsibility and culpability, the CIA and the U.S. retain but but end up losing absolute control. Idiots!
Jeremy Scahill, contributing writer to The Nation, a correspondent for "Democracy Now!" and author of "Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army", joins me today at 1:05 p.m. e.t. to talk about it.