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Antiwar Radio: Glenn Greenwald

Glenn Greenwald, Salon.com blogger and former constitutional lawyer, discusses the SCOTUS decision not to hear the case of Canadian rendition/torture victim Maher Arar, the triumph of John Yoo’s theory of nearly unlimited executive power and the defeat of constitutional judicial oversight, how the Obama administration continues the Bush legacy of avoiding governmental accountability, how Wikileaks fills the government watchdog role abdicated by the overly deferential press corps and the resemblance of character attacks on Daniel Ellsberg and SPC Bradley Manning.

Antiwar Radio: Glenn Greenwald

Glenn Greenwald, author of A Tragic Legacy and blogger at Salon.com, discusses the “two” parties’ collaboration to gut the fourth amendment with the “Protect America Act” and hopes for a last ditch political realignment to save the Bill of Rights.