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Ronan Farrow
Investigative reporter | Tips ronan_farrow@newyorker.com | | | Fmr undiplomatic diplomat | Bad lawyer | PhD but took yonks | Get CATCH AND KILL:
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Ronan Farrow 3h
Replying to @MeredthSalenger
Thanks, Meredith!
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Ronan Farrow 3h
Thank you, Nancy. Sending love.
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Ronan Farrow 4h
Replying to @RonanFarrow
(And I was fortunate to be telling the stories of sources who risked a lot to expose abuses of power—thanks to all the Grammy voters for recognizing them through this.)
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Ronan Farrow 4h
I look forward to losing to Meryl Streep.
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Ronan Farrow Nov 19
For anyone who cares about protecting the environment and public health, worth reading this and being aware of who's being placed on Biden's transition teams.
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Sean Lyngaas Nov 15
Riveting and revealing investigation on how the CIA allegedly retaliated against a DOJ prosecutor who blew the whistle on the source of data used in drug busts:
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Ronan Farrow Nov 6
Haspel’s job on the line. My latest in this week’s discloses a new whistleblower complaint implicating her and other CIA officials in a scheme to whitewash information gathered via secret surveillance—and a retaliation campaign to cover it up:
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Ann Johnson Nov 8
If you read War on Peace, you know the decline in US diplomacy has been very much a bipartisan effort.
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Ronan Farrow Nov 8
Rebuilding the State Dept will be one of the great challenges facing the next administration. War on Peace is about the life-saving work of diplomats and the dangers of sidelining them: (And there’ll be a new forward-looking edition out early next year.)
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Ronan Farrow Nov 6
Stay vigilant, fam—lots of ersatz check marks making the rounds.
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Ronan Farrow Nov 6
Haspel’s job on the line. My latest in this week’s discloses a new whistleblower complaint implicating her and other CIA officials in a scheme to whitewash information gathered via secret surveillance—and a retaliation campaign to cover it up:
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Ronan Farrow Nov 3
Everyone’s got their own way of getting through election season.
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Ronan Farrow Nov 3
Replying to @RonanFarrow
All over the country, legislators are on the ballot who have established records of voting for or against whistleblower protections. Worth weighing as you go to the polls (as are the respective records of the presidential candidates on this issue).
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Ronan Farrow Nov 3
On Election Day, worth noting that whistleblowers, a critical source of accountability in our democracy, are facing historic retaliation under Trump—and were already embattled under Obama/Biden. My latest, on a new whistleblower & the retribution he faced:
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Ronan Farrow Oct 30
In the next , I look at a culture of retribution against whistleblowers under Trump—and a new complaint implicating CIA director Gina Haspel and Donald Trump’s nominee for the top legal job in the intelligence community in a retaliation campaign.
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Kyle Griffin Nov 1
. reveals a culture of retribution against whistleblowers in the Trump admin. A previously unreported claim implicates CIA director Gina Haspel and Trump's nominee for the top legal post in the intelligence community in a retaliation campaign.
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Daniel Schuman Nov 1
I know it's election-eve, but this story by in the is insane. My summary is below. It has everything: laundering for intel for domestic prosecutions, whistleblower retaliation, CIA Director Gina Haspel...
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The New Yorker Nov 2
What happened when a whistle-blower uncovered a “criminal conspiracy” perpetrated by the C.I.A. and the F.B.I.? “It was a blatant attempt to silence a career public servant who identified a real issue,” one of his supervisors said.
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Ronan Farrow Oct 30
Replying to @RonanFarrow
McConnell’s allegations have been roiling intelligence and law enforcement circles for months. They are now also drawing congressional scrutiny.
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