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Monday, March 25, 2013

Democracy Now: James Steele: America's Mystery Man in Iraq

WikiLeaks Iraq War Logs "Gave Journalists Like Me" Critical Material For U.S

Watch the full interview with Maggie O'Kane on Democracy Now! at http://bit.ly/ZZEYyd. Maggie O'Kane, executive producer of "James Steele: America's Mystery Man in Iraq," describes the significance of classified Iraq War-related documents released by WikiLeaks in 2010 and explains that they provided the foundation for the new exposé by The Guardian-BBC Arabic.

"It wouldn't have happened without the WikiLeaks documents," O'Kane says. It "gave journalists like me and other investigative journalists the basis of something to work on." To see extensive clips from her documentary, visit http://bit.ly/ZZEYyd.

BBC-Guardian Exposé Uses WikiLeaks to Link Iraq Torture Centers to U.S. Col. Steele & Gen. Petraeus



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