Daniel Ellsberg was once named 'the most dangerous man in America' by Henry Kissinger for bravely exposing US government lies about the Vietnam War. Nixon wanted Ellsberg thrown in jail. Charged under the Espionage Act, he faced 115 years in prison. I caught up with him last year where we talked about his experiences, and what must be done to uphold freedom of the press and ensure whistleblowers are able to defend themselves through a fair trial.
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