How Feds ensnare people with charges of lying

Premiere DateNov 12, 2014
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 Welcome to Radio Dispatch
00:28 Puppies and children
20:24 FBI's lying charges
46:00 Morgan and Sullivan weigh in on things
58:27 “Lie to me” Johnny Lang / Credits
59:18 Finish


How the FBI ensnares people in terrorism cases with charges of lying, and Piers Morgan and Andrew Sullivan are feeling delightfully entitled.

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