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Whistleblower Protection Act Does Not Apply To Edward Snowden

Canadian interview of Ron Deibert, author of Black Code.

"Those people take great risks... because when they sign on as sub-contractors, they have to sign their lives away essentially.

The Whistle Blower Protection Act in the United States that was just passed doesn't extend to people working in intelligence agencies or sub-contractors.

So that's a pretty heavy penalty to pay and it goes to show why there aren't as many [whistleblowers] as we would expect.. however, I think it's growing now in significance.

People leaking information now... not because they're a traitor to some other country, but because their conscience is upsetting them."

6:07 Mark

http://youtu.be/fAJeWf8bykI



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"The Whistle Blower Protection Act in the United States that was just passed doesn't extend to people working in intelligence agencies or sub-contractors."

Dont "recognise" it.

NEVER will

Cant sign away natural rights, the freedom to speak, especially so, when its detrimental to a government, but beneficial to a people

It is an illegal contract that requires a cover-up of crime.

Failure to report treason in a timely fashion is misprision of treason.

A contract that requires act of treason or misprision of treason is an illegal contract.

That is small refuge since Lincoln killed the Republic and created a national union.

Free includes debt-free!