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Florida Center for Investigative Reporting

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The Expert Witness Radio Show » Podcast Feed

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That's the subhead of Trevor Aaronson's latest piece at Mother Jones, entitled How the FBI in Boston May Have Pursued the Wrong "Terrorist".

You might remember Trevor from our episode "The Terror Factory", based on Trevor's book of the same name.
In this episode, we cover a whole new story of informant mishandling, plus other examples of "Incompitude", and cover a story on how Daimler A.G., the parent company of Mercedes Benz, will have to defend itself in front of the U.S. Supreme Court from allegations that its Argentina division collaborated with state security forces during the Dirty War of the 1970s.
About the guest:
Trevor Aaronson is author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism (Ig Publishing, January 2013). He is also co-director of
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That's the subhead of Trevor Aaronson's latest piece at Mother Jones, entitled How the FBI in Bos[...] "Two years ago the FBI focused on a suspect with a far-fetched schemeâ€"right as it stopped tracking the Boston Marathon bomber. That's the subhead of Trevor Aaronson's latest piece at Mother Jones, entitled How the FBI in Boston May Have Pursued the Wrong "Terrorist". You might remember Trevor from our episode "The Terror Factory", based on Trevor's book of the same name. In this episode, we cover a whole new story of informant mishandling, plus other examples of "Incompitude", and cover a story on how Daimler A.G., the parent company of Mercedes Benz, will have to defend itself in front of the U.S. Supreme Court from allegations that its Argentina division collaborated with state security forces during the Dirty War of the 1970s. About the guest: Trevor Aaronson is author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism (Ig Publishing, January 2013). He is also co-director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University. Aaronson was a 2010-11 fellow at the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California, Berkeley, where he produced an award-winning project about FBI counterterrorism operations for Mother Jones. Previously, Aaronson was an investigative reporter and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, where his stories ranged from local government investigations to reporting in Asia, Africa and South America. He was also formerly a staff writer for Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach. A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards for journalists under the age of 35, Aaronson has won more than two dozen national and regional awards, including the Molly Prize, the international Data Journalism Award and the John Jay College/Harry Frank Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Award.
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The main Mother Jones article they cited was the work of Trevor Aaronson - whose subsequent book "The Terror Factory" nails the whole story.
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The main Mother Jones article they cited was the work of Trevor Aaronson - whose subsequent book "The Terror Factory" nails the whole story.
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So we were only too pleased when Trevor agreed to have a talk with us about the subject. About the guest: Trevor Aaronson is author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism (Ig Publishing, January 2013). He is also co-director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University. Aaronson was a 2010-11 fellow at the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California, Berkeley, where he produced an award-winning project about FBI counterterrorism operations for Mother Jones. Previously, Aaronson was an investigative reporter and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, where his stories ranged from local government investigations to reporting in Asia, Africa and South America. He was also formerly a staff writer for Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach. A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards for journalists under the age of 35, Aaronson has won more than two dozen national and regional awards, including the Molly Prize, the international Data Journalism Award and the John Jay College/Harry Frank Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Award. Closing music: "Man Walking" from Mark's New Eye album. Below: A superinformant at work. archives, shows


The Terror Factory | The Expert Witness Radio Show

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The main Mother Jones article they cited was the work of Trevor Aaronson - whose subsequent book "The Terror Factory" nails the whole story.

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So we were only too pleased when Trevor agreed to have a talk with us about the subject.
About the guest:
Trevor_Aaronson Trevor Aaronson is author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's Manufactured War on Terrorism (Ig Publishing, January 2013). He is also co-director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University.
Aaronson was a 2010-11 fellow at the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California, Berkeley, where he produced an award-winning project about FBI counterterrorism operations for Mother Jones.
Previously, Aaronson was an investigative reporter and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, where his stories ranged from local government investigations to reporting in Asia, Africa and South America. He was also formerly a staff writer for Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach.
A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards for journalists under the age of 35, Aaronson has won more than two dozen national and regional awards, including the Molly Prize, the international Data Journalism Award and the John Jay College/Harry Frank Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Award.


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Trevor Aaronson is the executive director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and an ex officio member of the Board of Directors. Aaronson co-founded FCIR in 2010. He is a contributing writer at The Intercept and a TED Fellow. Previously, Aaronson produced a one-hour documentary for Al Jazeera Media Network and was a 2010-2011 fellow at the University of California-Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program. Aaronson also was an investigative reporter and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn., and a staff writer for Village Voice Media's newspapers in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards, Aaronson has won more than two dozen national and regional awards for his work, including the Molly National Journalism Prize, the international Data Journalism Award and the John Jay College/Harry Frank Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Award. He is the author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's Manufactured War on Terrorism.


Trevor Aaronson, ...

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Trevor Aaronson, Boardmember

Trevor Aaronson, 36, is the executive director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, which he co-founded in 2010. He is a 2015 TED Fellow, and also contributes national security reporting to First Look Media's The Intercept. Under Aaronson's leadership, FCIR has won dozens of national and regional journalism awards, and has established partnerships with Florida's largest newspapers and NPR member stations, as well as with Florida's ethnic and Spanish-language news media. He has been active in INN since 2010. A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards, Aaronson has won national and regional honors, including the Molly National Journalism Prize and the international Data Journalism Award. Aaronson helped to launch the U.S. investigative unit for Al Jazeera Media Network, before returning to FCIR as executive director in 2014. He has been an investigative reporting fellow at UC Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program, a reporter and editor at The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, and a staff writer at the New Times news weeklies in South Florida. Aaronson's book about the FBI's counterterrorism program, The Terror Factory, was published in 2013, and he has been featured on CBS This Morning, NPR's All Things Considered, MSNBC, This American Life, C-SPAN's Washington Journal, WNYC's On the Media and The Leonard Lopate Show.


Trevor Aaronson, Executive ...

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Trevor Aaronson, Executive Director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting.

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Trevor Aaronson
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Trevor Aaronson
Trevor Aaronson, 36, is the executive director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, which he co-founded in 2010. He is a 2015 TED Fellow, and also contributes national security reporting to First Look Media's The Intercept.
Under Aaronson's leadership, FCIR has won dozens of national and regional journalism awards, and has established partnerships with Florida's largest newspapers and NPR member stations, as well as with Florida's ethnic and Spanish-language news media. He has been active in INN since 2010.
A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards, Aaronson has won national and regional honors, including the Molly National Journalism Prize and the international Data Journalism Award.
Aaronson helped to launch the U.S. investigative unit for Al Jazeera Media Network, before returning to FCIR as executive director in 2014. He has been an investigative reporting fellow at UC Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program, a reporter and editor at The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, and a staff writer at the New Times news weeklies in South Florida.
Aaronson's book about the FBI's counterterrorism program, The Terror Factory, was published in 2013, and he has been featured on CBS This Morning, NPR's All Things Considered, MSNBC, This American Life, C-SPAN's Washington Journal, WNYC's On the Media and The Leonard Lopate Show.

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