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09-23-08

Katherine Gun: a British former government employee, faced two years imprisonment in England for the "crime" of telling the truth. She was charged with leaking an embarrassing U.S. intelligence memo indicating that the U.S. had mounted a spying "surge" against U.N. delegations in early 2003 in an effort to win approval of the Iraq war resolution

Michael Schwartz: professor of sociology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook has written extensively on popular protest and insurgency, and on US business and government dynamics. His latest book is called War Without End; the Iraq War in Context.

Glenn Greenwald: previously a constitutional law and civil rights litigator and now a Contributing Writer at Salon.com

Jason Leopold: investigative journalist. He writes for the online publication The Public Record.

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