CIA analyst gets 4 year sentence for telling truth (full show)

Daniel Hale blew the whistle on the US military’s drone program. Thanks to his efforts, the public learned that 90% of those killed by drone strikes were innocent civilians–including children. But Hale didn’t get a medal. He got almost four years in prison. RT Correspondent John Huddy reports on today’s sentence and Rick is joined by Chris Hedges, the host of RT’s On Contact, to discuss Hale’s case and the insults hurled his way by the judge who sent him away. … Read More >CIA analyst gets 4 year sentence for telling truth (full show)

Oliver Stone exposes JFK assassination cover-up

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to legendary film director Oliver Stone about his new film ‘JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass’. He discusses JFK’s often overlooked campaigns for peace with the Soviet Union and Cuba prior to his assassination, as well as work furthering civil rights, the details exposing an alleged cover-up of the assassination of JFK … Read More >Oliver Stone exposes JFK assassination cover-up

The War On Afghanistan Is Lost But The U.S. Still Tries To Keep A Foot In Its Door

The Afghan government forces the U.S. had trained are quickly losing the fight against the Taliban. The U.S. has promised a complete retreat from Afghanistan. But it has now a plan to keep a foot in the door by staying in control of Kabul’s international airport. That plan is likely to fail. … Read More >The War On Afghanistan Is Lost But The U.S. Still Tries To Keep A Foot In Its Door

Boris Yeltsin had entourage of ‘hundreds’ of CIA agents who instructed him how to run Russia, claims former parliamentary speaker

The first Russian president, Boris Yeltsin, was surrounded by “hundreds” of CIA agents who told him what to do throughout his tenure as leader. That’s according to Ruslan Khasbulatov, the former chairman of Russia’s parliament. … Read More >Boris Yeltsin had entourage of ‘hundreds’ of CIA agents who instructed him how to run Russia, claims former parliamentary speaker

How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation

With tens of millions of dollars over years of work, CIA front USAID helped create and train Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista opposition. At the center of its operations is the elite Chamorro Foundation, which stands accused of money laundering. … Read More >How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation

Cybersecurity tycoon Natalya Kaspersky claims CIA hackers could be behind US Colonial Pipeline attack blamed on Russian group

A cyberattack that crippled fuel supplies on the East Coast of the US and sent gas prices soaring could have been an inside job conducted by American spooks, rather than foreign hackers, a prominent Russian IT expert has claimed. … Read More >Cybersecurity tycoon Natalya Kaspersky claims CIA hackers could be behind US Colonial Pipeline attack blamed on Russian group

How the US gov’t cultivated environmental and Indigenous groups to defeat Ecuador’s leftist Correísta movement

When socialist Rafael Correa became Ecuador’s president, CIA cutouts poured money into environmental and Indigenous groups, while the US embassy cultivated opportunistic leaders to undermine his constituency. … Read More >How the US gov’t cultivated environmental and Indigenous groups to defeat Ecuador’s leftist Correísta movement