Convicted Twitter Spy Cites Whistleblower In New Trial Bid

By Bonnie Eslinger (September 23, 2022, 9:28 PM EDT) -- A former Twitter employee found guilty of secretly acting as an agent of the Saudi government should receive a new trial because the government did not disclose a whistleblower complaint by Twitter's former head of security that "undercuts" the prosecution's core theory, his attorneys argued in a California federal court filing Friday....

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