Assessing the Obama administration’s treatment of whistleblowers

Assessing the Obama administration’s treatment of whistleblowers
Assessing the Obama administration’s treatment of whistleblowers

Assessing the Obama administration’s treatment of whistleblowers

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning may have been acquitted of aiding the enemy Tuesday, but a military judge found him guilty of numerous other charges—including espionage—that could land him in prison for up to 128 years. Tom Devine from the whistleblowing support organization the Government Accountability Project joins Worldview to assess the Obama administration’s treatment of whistleblowers. (Photo: AP Images).