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John Kiriakou is the only CIA official who has served prison time in connection with the agency’s controversial interrogation program. Kiriakou, who now lives under under house arrest in Virginia, was charged with leaking information about the program to a reporter. He talks with Kojo about transparency, security and civil liberties.
- John Kiriakou Former analyst, case officer, Central Intelligence Agency
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