Friday, April 19, 2013

Interview on Ahmed Abu Ali Case on Scott Horton Show

Scott Horton always is an informed and impassioned interviewer. Wednesday I was on his show talking about the Ahmed Abu Ali case, following the article on it I posted at The Dissenter/FDL last week. On the show I talk about aspects of the case that complement the article, in that I mention outrageous aspects of the government's treatment of Ali that were not taken up in The Dissenter article.
Psychologist and blogger Jeff Kaye discusses his article on Ahmed Abu Ali, who was tortured by the Saudis and the FBI into confessing a plot to assassinate George W. Bush and carry out a 9/11-type terrorist attack.
Thanks, Scott, for the opportunity to bring this important issue to your listeners, and for your passion for justice in general!

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