What is most interesting is the new definition of TREASON. That is committed by anyone who exposes that the government is acting illegally.
When telling the TRUTH becomes a crime:
“[Jeffrey] Sterling is the latest casualty in the administration’s war on national security whistleblowers,” said attorney Jesselyn Radack, who serves as the national security and human rights director for the Government Accountability Project. “Like the other whistleblowers prosecuted under the Espionage Act, Sterling is guilty of embarrassing the government.
Stripping themselves from basic FOIA requests without allowing the public to comment.
The White House is using the argument that because the Executive Office isn’t technically an agency, it isn’t subject to FOIA.
CIA whistleblower, Jeffrey Sterling, now faces up to 100 years in prison and a fine of $2.25 million for blowing the whistle on the CIA planting false evidence of nuclear weapons in Iran.