Glenn Greenwald, Julian Sanchez, Other Surveillance Critics to Testify in Congress
Greenwald to join via video link
Critics of the National Security Agency's domestic spying program will appear before Congress on Wednesday in a hearing that should offer a sharp contrast with testimonies from the heads of the U.S. Intelligence community.
In a bipartisan hearing called by Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson, journalist Glenn Greenwald will testify about his reporting on the NSA's domestic spying — disclosed to him by former defense contractor Edward Snowden. Greenwald will appear via video remote from his home in Brazil.