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John Kiriakou Honored Yet Again: Wins 'Peacemaker of the Year' Award

November, 2013

It's now been more than eight months since CIA/torture whistleblower John Kiriakou was imprisoned for telling the truth. Kiriakou, a GAP client, is the sole CIA agent to go to jail in connection with the U.S. torture program, despite the fact that he never tortured anyone. Rather, he blew the whistle on this horrific wrongdoing.
Kiriakou is no stranger to being honored for his heroic actions. In late 2012, he was selected to receive the Joe A. Callaway Award for Civil Courage, an award given to individuals who advance truth and justice despite the personal risk it creates. In early 2013, Kiriakou was honored by inclusion of his portrait in artist Robert Shetterly's series "Americans Who Tell the Truth," which features notable truth-tellers from American history. You can watch a short video of the Washington, DC event unveiling his portrait here.
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Snowden, Kokesh...

John is behind bars because he spoke out, too. Please give him some support.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Johnny Deserves Recognition

So here is a bump.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul