October 20th, 2013
12:23 PM ET

Risky business for whistleblowers

Former NSA official Thomas Drake tells guest host David Folkenflik about his recent Moscow meeting with Edward Snowden and his own experience being prosecuted as a whistleblower.

Filed under: Edward Snowden • Thomas Drake
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