Lue Elizondo as lead whistleblower

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I am wondering if Lue will need to be a bigger factor in the current disclosure process. I doubt the PTSD/alcoholism will stop the movement in its tracks, but if it does, I think Lue would be the best bet at jumping it. The dirt they have on him is dirt on our country, they can’t discredit him without admitting to war crimes (torturing the Afghani Five at Gitmo under Obama’s administration). I also like to note that Lue was moved to AATIPS right after the WikiLeaks whistleblowing. Assange did as much for disclosure as anyone else.

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