Since when is it a crime to report a crime? Before there was Edward Snowden there was Thomas Drake. You never heard of him, but he is a former high-up NSA official who saw abuses against the fourth amendment and reported them. Government officials dis their best to crush him, they destroyed evidence, and he now works at a retail Apple store. On this abbreviated show (44 minutes) Mark Hertsgaard, author of the new book “Bravehearts: Whistel Blowing in the Age of Snowden,” we look at how we got here, and what can be done. Oddly enough, it’s about the Espionage Act of 1917. The future of our constitutional rights hangs in the balance.

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