May 11, 6pm CDT, Colleen Rowley & Ray McGovern Interview on 'Tell Somebody', KKFI Community Radio

May 10, 2010

On Tuesday, May 11 at 6:00pm CDT on 90.1 FM KKFI Community Radio (Kansas City), 'Tell Somebody' host Tom Klammer will feature former FBI Special Agent and Minneapolis Chief Division Counsel Coleen Rowley and 27- year CIA analyst and Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity cofounder Ray McGovern. The program will stream live at www.kkfi.org.

Rowley's team had arrested Zacarias Moussaoui just three weeks before 9/11, and was denied a warrant to search his computer by FBI headquarters. Rowley was on the cover of Time magazine's 2002 Person of the Year issue with two other whistleblowers after she went public with a blistering letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller.

Rowley just wrote a piece on the Huffington Post, headlined "Quarles Public Safety Exception--Constitutional and Proven Effective!" . We'll hear about that from Coleen Rowley as she returns to Tell Somebody this week.

After that, former CIA analyst Ray McGovern returns to the show. Ray's latest post on Consortium News is entitled, "Loose Lips on Iran Can Sink America".

Tune in to KKFI at 6pm Tuesday.

Last week's show, Puppy mills, oil spills, & the Prince who crawled from the sewer is now online. In that show I played just a couple of minutes from an October, 2008 interview with Antonia Juhasz. I posted that entire interview online. Yahoo posted an Associated Press story online dated May 8, 2010, headlined "Bubble of Methane Triggered Rig Blast".

In her book Juhasz writes: Drilling in water depths greater than 500 feet releases methane, a greenhouse gas at least twenty times more potent than carbon dioxide in its contribution to global warming.

Check out the links at www.tellsomebody.us.

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