Between 1997 and 2001, Diane Roark worked on a legislative staff responsible for oversight of the NSA, and in 2002 turned whistleblower through accepted channels. Roark and her sources (William Binney, Ed Loomis, Kirk Wiebe and Tom Drake) suffer unending retaliation as the result of their efforts. “They want to keep making my life as miserable as they can,” she says. “I think it’s a form of punishment. They wanted to get me. They wanted to get me really badly.” http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-19632-who%E2%80%99s_listening_to_diane_roark.html
This is what we have of a one hour presentation by Diane Roark for the Portland Executive Club meeting June 4, 2014. attached in 2 parts, along with the decision from her court battle for property taken by the FBI when she was raided in 2007.
Near the end of her presentation, Roark says she was hoping that Snowden has seen "Exceptional Classified Information" about the surveillance program which was designed to keep tabs on all government officials, especially those who could decide on policy that affects the NSA. The latest releases at The Intercept have just begun to describe this material.
mp3 files will be available at IndyRadio, the video can be played or downloaded here, and also can be found at You Tube
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