Tue, 26 July 2016
Since 9/11 the US has spent over $120 Billion on training for foreign police, security and military officers. But critics say the effort has often failed, because it has no coherent goal, no co-ordination and no oversight , and all too frequently ignores the law that bars known violators of basic human rights from training. Investigative reporter Douglas Gillison of The Intercept and 100 Reporters helped assemble the database that at least partially details the global training network,” and reporting in Cambodia, found out how easily bad guys get into the program and damage America’s reputation.. He joins us on HERE AND THERE.