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Kevin Connolly goes to meet a Muslim Brotherhood member in his Cairo apartment and considers the future of the movement, which was in government for just over a year and now being 'legally dissolved' by the Egyptian pro-military government.
And Rajini Vaidyanathan is witness to the trial and sentencing of Private Bradley Manning, the whistleblower who leaked reams of documents to the website Wikileaks and is now beginning a 35 year jail sentence. In a Washington coffee shop, Vaidyanathan meets another whistleblower, former US Air Force pilot Thomas Drake, who got off far more lightly than Pte Manning and maintains that whistleblowers should not be treated as spies.
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