Dec. 16, 2008
The whistleblower behind the exposure of the Bush administration’s domestic spy program has revealed his identity. In an interview with Newsweek, former Justice Department official Thomas Tamm says he personally called the New York Times from a Washington, D.C. subway pay phone in 2004 to tell them about the program. Tamm was working as an attorney in the Justice Department’s Office of Intelligence Policy and Review. The secretive unit oversees surveillance of terrorist and espionage targets. [includes rush transcript]
Michael Isikoff, investigative correspondent for Newsweek. He has the cover story in the latest issue of the magazine. It’s called ‘The Fed Who Blew the Whistle’
DN!!! LEGENDARY WHISTLE BLOWER!!!
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