Saturday, May 30, 2015

The Invisible Man - CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling

 Judith Ehrlich and RootsAction  - Amplify a whistleblower's voice

I’ve directed several documentaries -- including the Oscar-nominated film about Daniel Ellsberg, “The Most Dangerous Man in America” -- but I’ve never seen one take off faster online than “The Invisible Man: CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling.”

Several hundred thousand people saw our film within days of the courtroom sentencing, when the judge announced a prison term of three and a half years.

The good news is that Jeffrey’s voice is being heard -- and you can amplify it.

Please click here to help make “The Invisible Man” visible to many more people.
Predictably, the big networks haven’t aired any of our film. Some TV viewers did see it, thanks to Democracy Now!

Today, we’re launching a campaign to share the film far and wide --showing that the CIA cannot silence the voice of Jeffrey Sterling.

For the first time since his indictment more than four years ago, “The Invisible Man” makes Jeffrey visible and audible.  We want millions more people to see and hear him.

Click here to provide support with a donation (tax-deductible for taxpayers in the U.S.) so that the nonprofit ExposeFacts and RootsAction Education Fund can make this film go viral across the USA and around the world.

Please let others know about this film via the Twitter and Facebook buttons on the right.

Below you will find links to articles about the CIA’s vendetta against Jeffrey Sterling for being a brave whistleblower.
To help amplify Jeffrey’s voice -- to show that the government can lock up his body but not his voice -- click here.

After taking action, please share this email with friends who care about whistleblowers, independent journalism and democracy.

And if you haven’t already watched “The Invisible Man: CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling,” click here.

Thank you!

Judith Ehrlich

>>  Marcy Wheeler, ExposeFacts: “Sterling Verdict Another Measure of Declining Government Credibility on Secrets”
>>  Norman Solomon, The Nation: “CIA Officer Jeffrey Sterling Sentenced to Prison: The Latest Blow in the Government’s War on Journalism”
>>  John Hanrahan, ExposeFacts: Whistleblowers vs. “Fear-Mongering”
>>  ExposeFacts: Special Coverage of the Jeffrey Sterling Trial