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Paul Manafort received less than sentencing guidelines call for, while Reality Winner received the harshest sentence ever for leaking.
The more playwright Tina Satter read of the FBI's interview of Reality Winner, the more it started to seem like a thriller.
Those implicated in the Trump-Russia probe do not appear to be paying nearly the price that Russia hacking whistleblower Reality Winner is.
The NSA whistleblower is one of a countless number of incarcerated people living with mental illness.
During her transfer to a federal prison, NSA whistleblower Reality Winner was held in isolation in a Florida jail for a week.
The Justice Department now acknowledges that Russian hackers knew the U.S. was onto them months before the Winner leak.
Reality Winner’s courage and sacrifice for the good of her country should be honored, not punished.
Winner has seen “dark times” during pretrial detention in the small county jail, where she struggles with depression and an eating disorder.
Reality Winner agreed to a sentence of 63 months in prison and three years of supervised release as part of her plea deal.
An Intercepted special on the case of alleged whistleblower Reality Winner.