Glenn Greenwald ain’t finished.
The Guardian journalist—who, in the past four days, has broken the story of NSA surveillance (Wednesday), PRISM (Thursday), and a government list of cyber targets (Friday)—told George Stephanopoulos on This Week that he had not exhausted his scoops.
“Should we be expecting more revelations from you?” Stephanopoulos asked.
“You should,” Greenwald said. He also indicated that he may have more than one source supplying him information from inside intelligence agencies.
Greenwald’s exposés have gotten the attention not only of the public and civil liberties groups, but also from authorities. Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Mike Rogers, high ranking members of congressional intelligence committees, spoke of a potential investigation into Greenwald’s access, and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper denounced Greenwald’s “rush to publish” yesterday. In multiple interviews over the past few days, Greenwald has been stalwart in his opposition to prosecution of either himself or his sources.
Watch the clip here, via ABC:
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