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Germany Sending Leopard Tanks to Ukraine, US Abrams Next

Germany sending Leopard tanks to Ukraine, U.S. Abrams Next
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Melik Abdul discussed a number of domestic and international topics, including Germany caving into NATO pressure to send their Leopard tanks to Ukraine.
Mark Sleboda - International Affairs & Security Analyst
Coleen Rowley - Lawyer and Retired FBI Agent
Nebojsa Malic - Serbian-American Journalist, Blogger and Translator
In the first hour, the hosts spoke to Mark Sleboda about the German government sending Leopard tanks to Ukraine.
In the second hour, Fault Lines was joined by Coleen Rowley to discuss the recent arrest of the ex-FBI agent who was working to remove a Russian business tycoon from the US sanctions list and how the story has become polarized, despite this being a common practice.
In the third hour, Nebojsa Malic spoke with Fault Lines about the DOJ suing Google over antitrust laws and its dominance in online advertising. They would also discuss the looming layoffs in the media realm and the recent classified documents found at ex-Vice President Michael Pence’s home.
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