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Robert Scheer: Why Does Freedom of the Press Protect Papers and not Whistleblowers? (Video)

Truthdig’s editor in chief talks to NOWMAN Show host Dan Niswander about protecting the rights of whistleblowers Daniel Ellsberg, Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning, as well as recalls his role as a journalist during the Vietnam War and stories about activist Stanley Sheinbaum.
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