Obama's monstrous Press gag

Before Obama's inauguration, there were a grand total of three prosecutions of leakers under the Espionage Act. That's because the statute is so broad that even the US government has largely refrained from using it. But during the Obama presidency, there are now seven such prosecutions: more than double the number under all prior US presidents combined. "How can anyone justify that?" asks Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald. Read it all     [Thanks: BJS]