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Shows featuring Stephen Grey

  • The New Pentagon Papers: WikiLeaks Releases 90,000+ Secret Military Documents Painting Devastating Picture of Afghanistan War Assange-dn20100726
    It’s one of the biggest leaks in US military history. More than 90,000 internal records of US military actions in Afghanistan over the past six years have been published by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. The documents provide a devastating portrait of the war in Afghanistan, revealing how coalition forces have...
    July 26, 2010 | Story
  • New PBS Documentary Gives Voice to Victims of U.S. "Extraordinary Rendition" Greyweb
    As the Senate Judiciary Committee prepares to vote today on the nomination of retired judge Michael Mukasey to be attorney general, a new PBS documentary features interviews with victims of extraordinary rendition speaking for the first time on U.S. television. We speak to investigative journalist Stephen Grey. [includes rush transcript]
    November 06, 2007 | Story
  • Running across the United States for Abu Mumia Jamal
    Zachary Runningwolf Brown, a Blackfeet Native American man runs across the United States, from the bay area to Philadelphia (about 30 miles a day) to raise awareness about Abu Mumia Jamal’s death row case, and to get Mumia a new trial. A documentary on his journey will be made by an independent filmmaker. Zachary visited Leavenworth, but he and his filmmaker were not granted an interview...
    August 29, 2001 | Story