and thank you Mr. Tice.
Cheney to NSA: Spy on Supreme Court Judges
Published on Apr 5, 2014
Before Edward Snowden there was Russell Tice, a former NSA employee. During the Bush Administration, Tice turned whistle blower after he discovered that the NSA was directly spying on members of congress, the Supreme Court, and journalists under direct orders of Vice President Dick Cheney himself.
Luke does a good interview with Mr. Tice, which partially focused on Tice's vindication by the Snowden docs. His claim that 75% of what he’d talked about had been backed up by the Snowden docs, so far, was complimented with the claim that the rest would come out, with time. They do not, unfortunately, approach the question of How much time?
Still, this was a good chance for Mr. Tice to present his story as one that has been vindicated and to clear his name. And he’s earned that for sure.
Some questions for Mr. Tice:
Russell Tice - The Forgotten NSA Whistleblower who O'reilly Smeared and Ridiculed in 2006
This video is about Russell Tice, and like Edward Snowden; Russell was a former NSA Analyst. In this video Russell is being smeared by Bill O'Reilly and confronted at his home by a Fox news reporter for saying exactly to the T, everything Edward Snowden has came out with regarding the NSA and it's spying and collection programs. One thing is different however, and that's the fact that Tice first spoke out almost 10 years ago back in 2005.
Full Kieth Olbermann Interview with Russell Tice about the NSA programs he was involved in and how he was instructed to spy on Americans.
In this video Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange speaks with NSA Whistleblower Russ Tice about NSA oversight , access journalism, government leaks, life as a NSA whistleblower and the national whistleblower coalition.
For Part One of WRC's conversation with Russ Tice please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQwUUCSFj_0
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