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Phoenix, Ariz June 4th 2014. Nation19 Magazine has decided to publish an unreleased interview with the recently deceased CIA whistleblower and investigative reporter, Michael C. Ruppert. “The Man Who Knew Too Much” will be available in the summer issue of Nation19 Magazine.
While researching the effects of Fukushima radiation in the Pacific Ocean, Nation19 reached out to Mr. Ruppert. This led to a discussion in unrelated topics and, ultimately, a feature on Mr. Ruppert. In the piece, he shares details ranging from the CIA’s alleged intelligence activities in regards to drug smuggling to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. This interview was recorded by phone on September 25th, 2013 while Mr. Ruppert resided in Moffat, Colo.
Excited to send the final version of the magazine to the author prior to its release, Nation19 was shocked to hear that Mr. Ruppert died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on April 13th, 2014 according to Napa County Sheriffs.
“Because of the sensitive information he knew, we were very hesitant to release the interview because of all the controversy,” said Hakeem Khaaliq, Nation19 co-founder.
In light of recent media coverage surrounding Edward Snowden’s release of classified material and temporary asylum in Russia, Nation19 decided to run Michael Ruppert’s interview in their new issue for public scrutiny. The magazine will be available for purchase at Nation19.com on Wednesday, June 4th in standard-size print and digital formats. The audio will be available at a later date.
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Coalescing a colorful mix of style, hip hop, UFO research, photojournalism and anthropology, Nation19 magazine caters to an audience of global tastemakers with a limited standard size, seasonally-produced and printed publication covering a wide variety of topics and interviews.
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