Dissenter Weekly: Whistleblowers In Arizona Expose 'Software Bug' Keeping Prisoners Past Release Dates
Plus, an update to a previous story involving an ICE union deal from the last days of Trump, which a whistleblower revealed
In this edition of “Dissenter Weekly,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola covers a "software bug" exposed by whistleblowers, which resulted in hundreds of people staying incarcerated past their release dates.
Kevin also highlights an update on a previous whistleblower story involving an ICE union deal the Trump administration inked during their last days in office.
The show concludes with coverage of a contractor who blew the whistle against Perdue, an agribusiness that produces poultry, as well as a story from the Grayzone involving leaked files that reveal how the BBC and Reuters were involved in a British covert program to "weaken Russia."
This week’s stories:
Whistleblowers In Arizona Allege 'Software Bug' Kept Hundreds Incarcerated Past Release Dates
DHS Secretary Rejects ICE Union Agreement From Last Days Of Trump, Which Whistleblower Exposed
Whistleblowing Farmer Alleges Perdue Terminated Contract After He Exposed 'Sickly Chicks'
'Systemic Issue': US Justice Department Fails To Notify Contractors Of Whistleblower Rights
Leaked Documents: BBC, Reuters Involved In British Covert Program To 'Weaken Russia'
Assange Legal Team Finalizing Response To US Government's Appeal